August 24, 2016
Vol. 12, No. 44
Editor: Tom Willard
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DEAF DRIVER KILLED IN TROOPER-INVOLVED SHOOTING
A state trooper shot and killed a man Thursday night following a chase that began on Interstate 485 and ended in a northeast Charlotte neighborhood, the Highway Patrol confirmed to Channel 9. The man that was shot and killed was hearing impaired, police said. The family confirmed to Channel 9 that he was deaf. Family members told Channel 9 that the man is 29-year-old Daniel Harris. / WSOC-TV
See Also DEAF DRIVER'S SHOOTING DEATH BY TROOPER UNDER INVESTIGATION / The Associated Press
FACULTY, PARENTS SEEK TO OUST SUPERINTENDENT OF CALIF. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF IN FREMONT
The State Schools Superintendent is trying to address a long-simmering dispute over the head of the California School for the Deaf in Fremont. A majority of faculty and staff want a new leader as fall classes start on Monday. Faculty and staff have tried to deal with the issues for a year and they all focus on superintendent Sean Virnig, who has headed the school for five years. He's an alumnus and the school's first deaf superintendent. / abc7news
New Orleans, LA
DEAF MAN SUES LOUISIANA, JEFFERSON PARISH FOR DISCRIMINATION
A deaf Marrero man on probation filed a federal lawsuit against several state and Jefferson Parish entities alleging discrimination under the Americans With Disabilities Act, records show. Attorneys for Nelson Arce, 24, accused officials of failing to provide him with an American Sign Language interpreter or other aides to help him communicate after his sentencing in a Jefferson Parish criminal case. / NOLA.com
PD TRAINS TO BETTER HANDLE INTERACTIONS WITH DEAF, HARD-OF-HEARING RESIDENTS
Seguin police officers are learning how to engage members of the deaf community without having to learn a whole new language. Recently, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement made it mandatory for certified peace officers to take a course in interacting with deaf or hard of hearing residents, Seguin Police Sgt. Marcos Martinez said. / Seguin Gazette
INTRODUCING 2016-18 NAD YOUTH AMBASSADORS
Tanea Brown and Jeffrey Spinale, Jr. were named as the National Association of the Deaf Youth Ambassadors for 2016-2018. The Youth Ambassador Program (YAP) Competition took place in Phoenix during #NAD2016, July 5-9, 2016 with Sandra Mae Frank and Jeremy Lee Sanchez as the emcees of the event. / NAD
NEW SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF CEO ENCOURAGES STUDENTS TO PURSUE DREAMS
Some things are familiar on the first day of school – seeing old friends, rolling backpacks and being dropped off. Often, though, there is someone or something new. At the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, one of the new faces on campus, is the school’s CEO, Dr. Steven Farmer. Dr. Farmer is the first CEO of the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in recent years, to be born deaf. His message for the students is to welcome them to a new year and encourage them to pursue their dreams. / KDKA
HEARING-IMPAIRED ACCOMMODATIONS REQUIRED BY HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) gives rights of equal access to places of public accommodation. For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, Title III requires businesses to remove barriers to communication. Restaurants and other hospitality providers are required to provide "auxiliary aids and services" to assist any class of individuals with disabilities, in order for them to "fully and equally" enjoy any goods, services, or facilities offered by the hospitality provider so that effective communication can be achieved. / Lexology
ENCO ANNOUNCES NEXT-GENERATION AUTOMATED CLOSED--CAPTIONING SYSTEM
With IBC2016 on the horizon, ENCO will launch the latest version of its enCaption automated closed captioning system in time for the show. Leveraging all the power of its previous-generation enCaption3 system for live speech-to-text conversion, the new enCaption3R2 addresses the underserved market for automated captioning of pre-recorded content. / TvTechnology
RIT/NTID TEAM WINS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF COLLEGE BOWL FOR THE SIXTH TIME
A student team from Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf has won the National Association of the Deaf College Bowl academic competition for the third consecutive year, and earned its sixth victory overall. / NTID News
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TRAFFICKING RING OF HEARING-, SPEECH-IMPAIRED BEGGARS BUSTED
Undercover police on Monday launched a sting operation against six Israelis suspected of forcing hearing- and speech-impaired people from Eastern Europe to beg for money on their behalf. The victims apparently solicited money by presenting notes about their predicament and giving out toys. The Israelis were taken in for questioning and 10 people were rescued from an apartment in the coastal town of Netanya and transferred to a safe house for victims of human trafficking. / The Times of Israel
Auckland, New Zealand
DEAF MAN PLANS TO SAIL AROUND THE WORLD WITH HIS CAT
A man who spent years building his own boat, plans to sail the world with his cat named Strauss von Skattebol of Rebelpawz, or Skatty for short. According to Newshub, who spoke with Paul Thompson, it all started with a bet. “My brother-in-law one day said to me, ‘Paul, you’re always talking about building a boat and going sailing,” Thompson told Newshub. “But you never do anything … I bet you a dinner at any restaurant of your choice that you will not have started building the boat by the end of this year.” / People
DEAF FOOTY FAN CLAIMS AFL DISCRIMINATION
The email came from a woman in Adelaide. "You moron, are you stupid? Are you paying for the interpreter or is the taxpayer paying for it? There are bigger issues in the world then a f--king interpreter". Ramas McRae smiles, and shrugs his broad shoulders. The deaf community advocate has become the target of abusive messages after his public push to get the Australian Football League to provide Auslan (Australian sign language) translation at the Grand Final. / The Age
DEAF CAFE RUN BY HEARING-IMPAIRED STAFF BREAKS DOWN BARRIERS
A coffee machine hisses and cutlery clatters against plates, but Tradeblock Cafe is otherwise largely silent. It is not a hushed, stifled type silence; just a gentle afternoon quiet where speech is scarcely heard, if at all. This is not a "deaf cafe", but it is certainly a comfortable and welcoming space for anyone who is deaf or hearing impaired. The baristas, wait staff and kitchen hands all fall within those categories. / ABC News
Prince Edward Island, Canada
FILM WORKER LEADING WAY FOR DEAF PEOPLE IN INDUSTRY
Catherine Joell MacKinnon, originally from western PEI, has been deaf since birth. She's worked both as an actor and behind the scenes in theatre, film and television, including the hit series Fargo, and the comedy Kenny vs. Spenny. She's also a leader in helping others in the deaf and hard of hearing community, and others with disabilities reach their goals. She was recently named the 2016 woman of the year by ACTRA magazine. / CBC News
DEAF SISTERS WHO SEXUALLY ABUSED A YOUNG BOY ESCAPE JAIL
Two deaf sisters from Herefordshire who sexually abused a young boy over a period of 10 years have escaped immediate prison sentences after a judge said their condition would make them “completely isolated” in jail Their suspended sentences were given despite a statement to the court from their victim saying the sexual assaults had a “profound effect” on him, leaving him with flashbacks and nightmares. / Hereford Times
OLD AND DEAF, WHAT TO DO
Filmed in Switzerland and France, this documentary explores elderly Deaf people’s experiences of isolation while living in old people’s homes, comparing homes for Deaf people only with mixed Deaf/hearing residences. It also also looks at the difference it makes when people who work with elderly Deaf people can sign or are Deaf themselves, and acknowledges the importance of spending time with other Deaf people. / BSL Zone
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
DELTA PARTNER LAUNCHES KIOSKS FOR DEAF
GOL, Delta’s partner in Brazil, has launched interactive kiosks for deaf customers at Rio de Janeiro's Santos Dumont and Rio Galeão airports.The device connects customers to sign language interpreters via a real-time video conferencing system. These translators provide information about any aspect of the travel experience, including flight and gate information. “We are very proud to offer this exclusive service to help our deaf and hard-of-hearing customers,” said Camila Bisinoto, GOL's Airport Manager. / Delta News Hub
LENSMAN STARTS FREE PHOTOGRAPHY SESSIONS FOR DEAF, CANCER-STRICKEN KIDS
With an aim of changing life's disadvantages into advantages, freelance photojournalist Rajen Nair, who is partially deaf, started learning the skill as a hobby to distract himself from his handicap. Now, a few years after having made a successful career out of his hobby, Nair has decided to take it a step ahead and use his photography knowledge to teach deaf and cancer-stricken children in the city. / DNA
THOMAS SALOMONE, A DEAF MAN WHO RUNS A SUCCESSFUL UK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
With massive drive, inspiration from his also-deaf father, support from his wife and a good education, Thomas Salomone to embark on the brave mission of setting up his own company. Where others failed, Mr Salomone made a name for himself and his company, proving to the world that obstacles only get in the way if you let them. Not only has Mr Salomone built a successful company, but he also employs around 30 deaf workers and sponsored the Great Britain Deaf Football Club. / The Malta Independent
MAN ARRESTED AFTER DEAF MUTE WOMAN ROBBED AND MOLESTED
Police arrested a man in Mong Kok late on Friday night for allegedly robbing and molesting a deaf and mute woman. After hunting the suspect for nearly two days after the alleged offences happened in Tai Kok Tsui, officers picked up the man, 24 and surnamed Lee, when patrolling Sai Yeung Choi Street South shortly before midnight. “The man admitted he was involved in the case, and therefore we arrested him,” Wong Shek-to, an inspector, said on Saturday evening. / South China Morning Post
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LIFE & LEISURE
DEAF AND BLIND, HER FATHER STILL KNOWS HOW TO SPEAK HIS LOVE
When Melva Washington Toomer joined her father on a visit with StoryCorps recently, their conversation was quite unlike anything that has been featured in the series' 10-year history. That's because she spoke with her dad, John Carter Washington, relying not on her voice but on a TeleBraille machine. Washington is blind and deaf. So was his late wife, in fact — and together, they raised three children, including Melva, the oldest. "You were my first child," he tells her. / NPR Illinois
DEAF MIME CAST INTO REAL SADNESS
Billy Carwile, 62, was born deaf in Philadelphia and found a calling as a mime, training in Paris and performing all over the city and country for decades before he fell on hard times. Carwile and his mother, Anna, 86, had a simple wish when they came home to Philadelphia 20 months ago from Newport News, Va. They were looking to pool the roughly $2,000 a month they bring in from Social Security toward a house. They weren't dreaming of the Motel 6. / The Philadelphia Inquirer
Daytone Beach, FL
CHURCHES ENHANCE WORSHIP FOR DEAF
Anthony Williams doesn’t need to carry a note to sing hymns at Sunday afternoon services at CrossRoads Church in Daytona Beach. Williams, 52, who has been deaf since birth, joins about 30 others in signing the hymn with their hands. The only sound is the voice of interpreter Arla Davis saying the hymn’s words for the hearing guests. CrossRoads is one of several area churches that provide church services using ASL interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing. / The Daytona Beach News-Journal
HELPING DEAF VETERANS
Audiologist Dr. Erica Bush is thoughtful and naturally elegant — and then there’s her blunt language. She makes it clear that she grew up in abject poverty and was likely either born deaf in her left ear or lost her hearing prior to age five due to illness and neglect. Dr. Bush was first diagnosed with hearing loss at age five during a pre-kindergarten hearing screening at her public school. As a little girl in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Dr. Bush grew up with Christian parents who believed in the power of prayer. / VAntage Point
DEAF, NOT DISABLED
One of the valley’s oldest nonprofits is tucked away under Snowmass Mountain. It’s a summer camp - offering attendees a real taste of nature. The campers can see stars and mountains - but they can’t hear the birds or rushing water. It’s the Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. / Aspen Public Radio
ERIC RAFF HIRED AS DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR VIRGINIA'S DEAF RESOURCE CENTER
Eric Raff, '90, newly hired as deputy director of the Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VDDHH) in July 2016, brings twelve years of directing experience from the Washington State Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. As deputy director, Eric helps oversee all VDDHH technology and outreach programs, including Virginia Relay and the Technology Assistance Program (TAP). / Gallaudet University
West Lafayette, IN
FORMER PURDUE STUDENT HELPS TO MAKE HIGHER EDUCATION MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR DEAF STUDENTS
A former Purdue student realized that interpreting ASL for deaf students is her calling and has turned that calling into a business. Jessica Robinson, founder and CEO of TERP2GO, has been practicing ASL since she was in high school. Sign language caught her attention because of the church she attended. The pastor’s wife interpreted the church services for a deaf woman. / Purdue Exponent
High Point, NC
NEW SUPERINTENDENT NOTES NEEDS OF HEARING IMPAIRED ON FIRST DAY
Sign language became the one Sharon Contreras focused on Monday when she joined Johnson Street Global Studies students for lunch on her first day as superintendent of Guilford County Schools. Contreras, 46, greeted a class of fourth graders in the hallway on the way to the cafeteria and spoke with one boy who had a cochlear implant. Contreras asked him, “Can you hear at all?” / The High Point Enterprise
Baton Rouge, LA
INCARCARATED DEAF PEOPLE ARE LOCKED IN A PRISON INSIDE A PRISON
The members of Silent Voices and a dozen or so classmates are all part of the Louisiana Department of Corrections' ASL interpreting program, which Griffin touts as one of a kind, at least in the US. Qualified prisoners can earn a certificate in ASL interpreting, which could potentially lead to job opportunities if they are released. Louisiana also uses these "offender interpreters" to interpret for the deaf population in its vast prison system. / Truth-out.org
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
DEAF ACTOR TAKES ON 'TRIBES' AT BARRINGTON STAGES
Joshua Castille, the star of "Tribes," which opens at Barrington Stages on Sunday, is a 21 year-old actor who's already seen a dream come true, having made his Broadway debut last fall. Maybe that doesn't seem like such a big deal, given that he's handsome and talented, ambitious and lucky. But Castille grew up on a farm in Louisiana and was born deaf. His entrée to Broadway was the landmark revival of "Spring Awakening," which featured deaf actors performing in ASL, alongside a cast of singers. / Times Union
ALABAMA STUDENTS' ART MAKES FIRST STOP IN TUSCALOOSA
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is showcasing more than 60 pieces of art created by its students at different galleries throughout the state. The first stop one-night stop was Friday at Harrison Galleries in Tuscaloosa. Harrison Galleries on University Boulevard hosted the collection to raise awareness of the institute. “Our goal is to make more people aware of what AIDB is about,” said its director of institutional advancement, Lynne Hanner. / Tuscaloosa News
CAMPUS THEATRE INTRODUCES MOVIE SCREENINGS FOR THE DEAF
Cinephiles will be able to listen to and read movies thanks to the Campus Theatre and Geisinger Medical Center’s new open caption movie screening series at the Lewisburg theater. Jessica Paquin, director of outreach and fundraising at Campus, said the theater will play movies with the text on the screen describing dialogue, sound, music and additional content for people with auditory disabilities and issues every Saturday at 5 p.m. / The Daily Item
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Rochester Institute of Technology
Counselor/Academic Advisor II
Requisition Number 2523BR
Position Title Counselor/Academic Advisor II
College/Division National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Organization NTID Counseling & Academic Advising Services
Staff Job Function Advising or Counseling
Wage Band 116A
Employment Category Fulltime
Department/College Description: Provide personal counseling, career counseling, academic advising and consultation to NTID supported students in a college environment following the American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics.
Detailed Job Description: Provide personal and career counseling and academic advising to assigned caseload students. Consult with faculty, staff, parents, vocational rehabilitation advisors and others as appropriate. Complete timely documentation for all students following ACA guidelines and maintain accurate counseling and academic advising records. Participate in counseling/advising department meetings, academic department meetings, and committee meetings. Engage in professional development activities. Initiate regular clinical supervision. Serve as a guest lecturer and conduct presentations as needed. Demonstrate diversity awareness and sensitivity to a variety of communication modalities.
Required Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or a related clinical field is required.
Two or more years of professional counseling, academic advising or career counseling work experience required.
Knowledge of mental health, psychological and developmental issues of a Deaf/HH population required.
Sign language proficiency required.
Basic computer literacy required.
Required Minimum Education Level:
MS/MA/MSW or related clinical field
Required Application Documents:
Curriculum Vitae or Resume
Additional Details: The hiring process for this position may require a criminal background check and/or motor vehicle records check. Any verbal or written offer made is contingent on satisfactory results, as determined by Human Resources. RIT does not discriminate. RIT promotes and values diversity, pluralism and inclusion in the work place. RIT provides equal opportunity to all qualified individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, age, marital status, sex, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, veteran status or disability in its hiring, admissions, educational programs and activities. RIT provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities under the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the New York Human Rights Law, or similar applicable law. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to your application for employment at RIT, please contact the Human Resources office at 585-475-2424 or email your request to Careers@rit.edu.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Instructional/Support Faculty American Sign Language (ASL)
The Department of American Sign Language & Interpreting Education is a leader in the provision of American Sign Language and Interpreting education, preparing students to become professionals in working with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community for careers in sign language interpreting.
The new ASL lecturer(s) will:
•Teach American Sign Language to students mostly in ASL classes through the College of Liberal Arts
•Mentor and advise students who are taking ASL classes
•Develop and revise ongoing curriculum to maintain department standards
•Attend professional development activities
•Participate in communication development activities
•Serve the department, institute and the community as needed
We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to student-centeredness; professional development and scholarship; integrity and ethics; respect, diversity and pluralism; innovation and flexibility; and teamwork and collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s core values, honor code, and statement of diversity.
Required Minimum Qualifications
•MA/MS in an appropriate discipline related to the field of ASL instruction or a relevant field
More information at http://apptrkr.com/851356
Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) in Colorado Springs, CO
Now Hiring, Teacher of the Deaf: Outreach Programs providing standards-based instruction students Pre-K through 12th grade who are Deaf/HH and who may have additional disabilities. Master's in Education with specialization in Deaf Education. Must hold (be eligible) for appropriate educator licensure in the State of Colorado, endorsed as a Special Education Specialist: Deaf/HH. Experience teaching / working with children (in an educational environment) who are Deaf / HH. Experience working in public school settings. Advanced Proficiency in ASL.
Contact Information: www.csdb.org/careers (719) 578-2115 HumanResources@csdb.org
Come Work With The Best!
Northeast Arc has full and part-time positions, working with adult individuals who are deaf, available in Lynn, Salem, Swampscott and Beverly, MA. You'll be working with deaf individuals using various communication skills including gestural, written and Signed English. Do you know ASL? If so, I'd like to speak with you about our direct care positions. We offer an excellent benefits package, paid trainings and the support you will need to become a successful part of our experienced, long-term team of professionals. For additional information or to send your resume, please email Kathy Tracy Ktracy@ne-arc.org.
Compensation: $12 for per diem shifts and $14 for PT/FT shifts.
Advocates in Framingham, MA is Hiring!
Advocates is seeking talented professionals to join our team, providing health services within the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community.
Community Crisis Stabilization Clinician: Provide mental health and substance abuse services.
• Qualifications: MA and 2 years’ experience.
Direct Care Counselor: Supervise daily activities, provide support/guidance/role modeling. All shifts available!
• Qualifications: BA/BS; or HS diploma/GED and 1 year experience.
Mobile Clinician: Provide clinical supervision and rehabilitative direction to individuals who carry a diagnosis of mental illness, assist in the coordination of services, provide clinical leadership.
• Qualifications: MA and 1 year experience; or BA/BS and 3 years’ experience.
Outpatient Clinician: Provide comprehensive outpatient counseling/therapy to children, adults and families in need of services.
• Qualifications: MSW or MA in related field and 1 year experience in outpatient setting.
Minimum Qualifications Include:
• ASL fluency.
• Valid driver's license/reliable transportation.
• Related education (as applicable).
Visit www.advocates.org/careers to apply today!
Advocates is an EOE/D/F/M/V.
NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN PITTSBURGH, PHILADELPHIA, AND GLENSIDE
PAHrtners Deaf Services is a dynamic team of behavioral health professionals serving deaf and hard of hearing children and adults. Located outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PAHrtners provides residential and outpatient services to deaf and hard of hearing children, adolescents, and adults. Over 85% of our staff members are deaf or hard of hearing!
PAHrtners is rapidly growing and expanding. Whether you are a high school graduate, recent college graduate, or a professional with many years of experience in the field of human services, we have a career-building position waiting for you! E.O.E.
PAHrtners is looking for dedicated, motivated, and energetic individuals who are fluent in American Sign Language and knowledgeable about Deaf culture to fill the following positions:
Residential Counselors for Deaf Adults with Intellectual Disabilities – Full time, part time, on call; Glenside and Pittsburgh locations. Minimum HS diploma required.
Case Managers for Residential or Community Program for Deaf Adults with Intellectual Disabilities and Behavioral Health needs - Full time; Glenside location. Minimum HS diploma with 12 credits in social sciences required.
Residential Program Director – Full time; Glenside location. Minimum AA degree OR 60 college credits with 4 years’ work experience with individuals with behavioral health needs and/or ID required.
Residential Counselors for Residential Treatment Facility for Adolescents - Full Time; Glenside location. Minimum of one years’ related experience required.
Therapist/Psychosocial Rehabilitation Counselor - Full Time; Glenside location. Minimum BA/BS in human services required.
experience in mental health.
Educational / Staff Interpreter - Full Time; Philadelphia location. Minimum AA with minimum 3 years’ experience required.
Staff Nurse – Full time; Glenside location. Minimum BSN/RN required.
Visit our Web page at http://www.pahrtners.com/careers/ to learn more about each position.
Send your letter of intent and resume to:
Joel Skelton, Assistant Office Manager
PAHrtners Deaf Services, 614 N. Easton Road, Glenside, PA 19038
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