Social Media

USE SOCIAL MEDIA AT #NCH2012 by using
your Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter!

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2012 NCHDHH Conference Schedule

We are so ready for the 2012 NCHDHH Conference! Are you?

Check the video for more info re: conference schedule!

Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwwun1B8UX8&feature=plcp

2012 NCHDHH Conference Schedule can be downloaded:
http://tlcdhh.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/conferencesked.pdf

DHHS-BEI CEUs and RID CEUs are provided at 2012 NCHDHH conference. Please contact Roberto Sandoval at workshops@nchdhh.org if you have any questions.

Please check our websites at http://www.nchdhh.org and/orhttp://www.tlcdhh.org for more information about the NCH 2012 conference.

Mil gracias!
The TLCDHH Team

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Mis Manos at TSD

Click here to download the flyer!
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Latino Deaf Youth Leadership

The Latino Deaf Youth Leadership at
Texas School for the Deaf
Pre Conference September 12 & 13, 2012 

Austin, Texas

 
Click here to view the schedule of The Latino Deaf Youth Leadership.

Click here for the application in English
Haga clic aquí para una solicitud en Español

Please contact Lillian Garcia-Perkins at lillian.garcia-peterkin@nchdhh.org if you have questions about the Latino Deaf Youth Leadership program.

Gracias!

The TLCDHH Team

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Workshops

Save the Date: September 13-16, 2012
Click here for the conference schedule
http://tlcdhh.org/2012/07/conferenceschedule/

Click here to register for the conference!
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2171789882?ref=ecount

Mil gracias!
The TLCDHH Team

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Conference Schedule

We are thrilled to announce our 2012 NCHDHH Conference Schedule is now available!

Click this link to view the schedule or click this link: http://tlcdhh.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/conferencesked.pdf

Updated: 7/20/12

Note: This schedule is subject to change

If you have any questions or anything re: schedule, please contact Roberto Sandoval at workshops@nchdhh.org.

Mil gracias!

The TLCDHH Team

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Follow Us

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!

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Individual Tickets and Early Bird Combo

Good news! NCHDHH decided to add Individual Tickets and Early Bird Combo (moved) on NCHDH’s website. More flexible choices for you!

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You can check the Individual Tickets and Early Bird Combo info at this address: http://www.nchdhh.org/general-admission.html

Mil gracias!

The TLCDHH Team

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2012 Conference

The 2012 NCHDHH Conference (National Council of Hispanos Deaf and Hard of Hearing) is quickly approaching!

The host Texas Latino Council of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is eagerly preparing for the about 350 or more attendees to come beautiful Austin in September at Marriott Austin South Hotel. “Knowledge is Power / El Conocimiento es Poder” is the theme for our Youth Retreat and regular conference including Trilingual related workshops.

Be sure to check our beloved website for the list of awesome presenters speaking on dynamic of subjects and genres covering the walk of life we face on daily basis at http://www.tlcdhh.org

We are checking with you to see if you are interested placing your agency/company’s ads in our program book, setting up a booth to showcase your products/services, and/or sponsor our conference to make the conference affordable and possible for everyone to attend. 

Exhibition Booth Info: http://www.nchdhh.org/exhibition-booth.html

Program Book Info: http://www.nchdhh.org/program-book.html

Potential Sponsors: http://www.nchdhh.org/potential-sponsors.html 

Please do let us know if you have questions or anything.

Mil gracias!

Rogelio Fernández, Jr
2012 NCHDHH Conference Chair
rogelio.fernandez@nchdhh.org

Jenny Reins
Program Book Coordinator
ads@nchdhh.org

Raul Lozano, Jr
Exhibition Coordinator
booths@nchdhh.org

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Workshops

We are excited to announce the workshops for the 2012 NCHDHH conference!

Note:  The list and workshop schedule will be finalized in June, 2012. Click here to view the list of workshops in the PDF file.

ABCs of Community Organization and Development Mark Apodaca
ADA: Important Facts to Be an Effective Advocate Alma Bebee & Randi Turner
Advocacy and Persuasion Alma Bebee & Randi Turner
ASL Videos of “Surviving Disaster: How Texans Prepare” Ann Horn & John Villarreal
Basic Linguistics for Daily ASL Larry Gray
Contextual Issues of Deaf Guatemalan Immigrant Adults’ Signed Languages Learning Experience Dr. Lewis S. Lummer
Critical Race Theory in Deaf Education Carla García-Fernández
Deaf & Hispano: Equal Under the Law Howard A. Rosenblum
Deaf Xicanism@: Radical Community Visions Elena M. Ruiz
“Deaf World” Latina/o Kids and Children of Deaf Adults: Alternative Experiences and Perspectives on Identity, Heritage, Language, and Culture Paola Morales, Sherry Hicks, & Gina Gonzales
Education & How to Start Business Iris Nelia Aranda
Ethnic Studies Matter Rogelio Fernández, Jr
Giving Back to Community: The Journey of a Deaf Peace Corps Volunteer Norma Y. Morán
History of Lengua Senas de Mexicana (LSM) Al Jimenez & Leticia Arellano
Intersectional Identities of Mexican Deaf Students in Deaf Education Carla García-Fernández
Introducing si5s: ASL writing as model for other sign languages Robert Arnold & Gabriel Arellano
Language Brokering and Cognitive Processing Skills of Bilingual Students in ASL/Interpreter Education Programs Diana MacDougall, Mary Mooney, Lorena Ramirez & Sandra Bartiromo
Latin America’s Brown Gold: CHOCOLATE Vernon McNece
Latinidad: Intersecting Experiences for Latina Women Elena M. Ruiz
Latino Parents and their cultural transmission “Llenos de Gracia” Luz Adames
Minority Parents as Cultural Mediators for Education: Deaf Parents Mentoring Hearing Parents of Deaf Children Lynda Myers & Pat Hulsebosch
Narratives from Deaf Latinos/as: Educational Linguistic and Cultural Considerations Carla García-Fernández & David Quinto-Pozos
NCIEC Deaf Self-Advocacy Training Alma Beebee & Corina Gutierrez
Que es la Violencia Domestic? Jeannie Rodriguez
Resources and Educational Opportunities: Closer Than You Think! Arlene Garcia-Gunderson
Self-Empowerment on Communication Access Alma Bebee & Brian Determan
Sign Language Literacy: Becoming Global Deaf Citizens Rachel Mazique
Spanish VRS: What Every Deaf Caller Needs To Know Edwin Cancel
The DOOR to Hiring and Advancing People with Disabilities in the Federal Government Crystal Williams
The Growing Deaf Latino since 1970’s Jose Ovidio Velasquez
What You Need to Now about Your Family Roots Mark Apodaca

The TLCDHH TeamMil gracias

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