A dark blue flyer with the DEAF, Inc. logo in the top left and the title, “VIRTUAL JOB FAIR” to the right of it.  Below this the flyer continues with the following text, “VIRTUAL JOB FAIR Monday, February 12, 2024 | 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST ZOOM INFORMATION: Meeting ID: 832 5499 5782 | Passcode: jobs Come and learn more about our available positions, both full-time and part-time! WE WANT YOU! ADVOCATE HEALTH ADVOCATE SPANISH ADVOCATE COMMUNITY EDUCATION MANAGER DBCAN PROVIDER LOCAL ASL INSTRUCTOR *Benefits vary by positions. Ask us about job descriptions, expectations, and what it is like working at DEAF, Inc.! To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, and a list of three current professional references to HR/Administrative Coordinator, Ann Thompson at athompson@deafincma.org or apply online www.deafincma.org/jobs”

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DEAF, Inc. Virtual Job Fair

Monday, February 12, 2024 | 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST

We are thrilled to announce that a new full-time position, Community Education Manager, will be added to our upcoming DEAF, Inc. Virtual Job Fair on Monday, February 12th, 2024, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM EST.

At our job fair, you will have the opportunity to explore exciting career possibilities:

- Advocate

- Health Advocate

- Spanish Advocate

- Community Education Manager (NEW)

- DBCAN Provider

- Local ASL Instructor

We would love for you to join our team! Discover more about the available positions, benefits, and what it's like to work at DEAF, Inc.

Meeting ID: 832 5499 5782

Passcode: jobs

To apply for an open position, please email your cover letter, resume, and references to athompson@deafincma.org or apply online at www.deafincma.org/jobs.

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SRS Spring Dates 2024/SRS Fechas Primavera 2024

Dimitri Building, Northern Essex Community College, 45 Franklin Street, Lawrence MA

Please come join us during these dates!

Por favor, únete a nosotros durante estas fechas!

February 10th

10 De Febrero

March 9th

9 De Marzo

April 6th

6 De Abril

An image of the HLAA logo, the letters HLAA is prominently centered in front of the white background next to a green, orange, and purple image of people cheering.
The image is a logo featuring the acronym "ALDA" in bold white letters against a blue background. Below the acronym, there is a white wavy line, and beneath that, the text reads "ASSOCIATION OF LATE DEAFENED ADULTS" in white capital letters.

HLAA/ALDA Boston Zoom Meeting

"You Said What?"

Thursday, February 15, 2024 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST

Virtual Event

Communication is clearly two-ways, even if it doesn’t feel like it sometimes for those of us living with hearing loss, and for those of us living with those with hearing loss.

Invite your families and friends (the hearing others) to come, listen, bring tales, and hear the anecdotes of those of us who don’t always practice what we preach- clear, concise, forward-facing conversation, within a reasonable distance from one another, and with a minimum of background noise.

Please email either Lou Sakin (ALDA) at louissakin@aol.com or Sue Schy (HLAA) at sueschy@gmail.com.

Zoom link will be provided once you RSVP!

Image description: A pink background flyer with a blue/white strip at the top. The strip displays the DEAF, Inc. logo and the “Wellness Workshop” title at the top, beside it is clip art of a multicultural group exercising. Below in the pink section the text reads, “Building Healthy Relationships: Communication and Understanding Join our workshop, where you will learn communication skills, explore healthy vs unhealthy relationships, and be a part of discussions and activities to understand how to manage relationships. Tuesday, February 20, 2024 | 12:30pm - 1:30pm EST Zoom ID: 918 8838 8357 | Password: brainfood www.bit.ly/JoouxWorkshop ASL/English Interpreters are provided About the presenter: • Bee Gehman (they/them) M.Ed., CSE, CDI, is the founder of jooux, the Deaf Sexual Wellness Center • AASECT certified sexuality educator • Inclusive sexual health services, professional training, and comprehensive education for Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities • Their mission: Empower through education, bridge gaps, and dismantle barriers for accessible sexual well-being Funded by Massachusetts COVID-19 Community Grants.” With a photo of Bee Gehman on the left side of the screen and a multicultural group of people admiring lightbulbs at the center of the flyer.

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DEAF, Inc. Presents a Wellness Workshop - Building Healthy Relationships: Communication and Understanding

Tuesday, Febuary 20, 2024 | 12:30 PM- 1:30 PM EST

Join our workshop, where you will learn communication skills, explore healthy vs unhealthy relationships, and be a part of discussions and activities to understand how to manage relationships!

This virtual event will be conducted on Zoom:

Meeting ID: 918 8838 8357

Password: brainfood

The Department of Children & Families is dedicated to supporting the Deaf community. Please join us virtually to learn more about becoming a Foster or Adoptive Parent to a child who is Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or a CODA. Communication Access will be provided RSVP to: Jennifer.Chebator2@mass.gov

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SAVE THE DATE: Massachusetts Foster Event

Thusday, February 22, 2024 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Virtual Event on Zoom

Join us virtually to learn more about becoming a Foster or Adoptive Parent to a child who is Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or a CODA.

Communication Access will be provided
RSVP to: Jennifer.Chebator2@mass.gov

The image is a poster for the "CONFERENCE 2024" titled "Finding Our Center," which is described as a transformative weekend conference for powerful conversations about real-world experiences and challenges, especially regarding intersectional communities and issues of power, privilege, social justice, and coexistence.  The conference is scheduled for March 1-3, 2024, and offers early bird registration by January 15, 2024, with different pricing tiers: DeafBlind/Deaf/Coda registration at $75, Student registration at $100, and Interpreters (CODA/Deaf/Hearing) at $275. The website for registration and further information is www.alliesconference.org.  Facilitators listed are from diverse backgrounds including DeafBlind (Morrison), Deaf (Niesha Washington-Shepard), CODA (MJ Grant), and Hearing (Aaron Brace), each accompanied by a headshot.  The venue for the conference is DoubleTree by Hilton Nashua in Nashua, NH, with the address and telephone number provided, as well as special hotel rates for attendees. A QR code for presumably quick access to more information or registration is also present.  For more information, contact Ivy Vélez, 2024 ALLIES Conference Chair, at the email AlliesPlanningTeam@gmail.com.  The poster also contains logos for interpreting services, a commitment to continued education, and an approval statement for CEUs. The schedule for the conference is listed as Friday 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm, and Sunday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.

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ALLIES Conference 2024 - "Finding Our Center"

March 1 - 3, 2024

DoubleTree by Hilton Nashua

2 Somerset Pkway, Nashua NH 03603

Join us at this transformative weekend conference, where powerful conversations driven by real-world experiences and challenges await. Representing various intersectional communities, participants will come together to explore the pressing issues of power, privilege, social justice, and coexistence.

Find out more:

Registration link: https://alliesconference.org/registration

Image description: A dark green flyer with a yellow trim rectangle containing the text and an image of a leprechaun hat. At the very top we see the DEAF, Inc. logo with the following text underneath it: “DEAF, Inc. Hard of Hearing & Late-Deafened Committee presents Lucky St. Patrick's Day Social Friday, March 8, 2024 10am-12pm Northern Essex Community College Hartleb Technology Center Building Room 103B Light refreshments & drinks will be provided All Hard of Hearing & Late-Deafened community members are welcome to celebrate the luck of the Irish! Northern Essex Community College College Ave, Haverhill, MA 01830 Free Parking For more info, or to request accommodations, contact hello@deafincma.org or 617-505-4823

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DEAF, Inc. & Hard of Hearing & Late-Deafened Committee presents: Lucky You! "St. Patrick's Day Social"

Friday, March 8, 2024 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Northern Essex, Community College
Hartleb Technology Center Building
Room 103B

All Hard of Hearing & Late-Deafened community members are welcome to celebrate the luck of the Irish!

Light refreshments & drinks will be provided.

Upcoming Webinar:

Are Educational Interpreters the Ideal Language Models for Deaf Bilingual Learners?

Wednesday, March 13, 2024 |12:00 PM -1:30 PM EST

In today's education landscape, 80% of deaf/hard of hearing students engage in mainstreaming, with an increasing presence of educational interpreters. About 33% of Gallaudet University students lack proficiency in American Sign Language, posing the question: Are interpreters effective language models? Our upcoming webinar, featuring a diverse panel of deaf and hearing educational interpreters, will explore this question and discuss strategies for fostering language proficiency, extending beyond university settings to methods applicable before students arrive at Gallaudet University.


To attend this webinar, register at

To attend this webinar, you may register and pay $30 in advance at

The image is a logo for the "Discovery Museum". The word "DISCOVERY" is in large, bold purple letters on top, and directly below in the same font but smaller size is the word "MUSEUM". The tagline "science. nature. play." is placed underneath the museum name in smaller green font, indicating the museum's focus areas.  The logo also features decorative elements in the form of stylized asterisks in red, blue, and green, positioned around the text, suggesting a sense of fun, wonder, and exploration that aligns with the museum's themes of science, nature, and play. The color scheme and design convey a friendly and educational environment suitable for all ages.
The image features a logo with the phrase "Especially for Me" in a large, friendly, purple font. Above the text are three symbols: an infinity loop in yellow, a red heart, and a blue hand making the sign for "interpreter" in American Sign Language. Below the phrase, flanking the words "for Me", are two asterisks in blue, possibly suggesting excitement or emphasis.

Especially For Me - Evening Event at Discovery Museum

Saturday, March 23, 2024 | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

177 Main Street (Route 27)
Acton, Massachusetts 01720

Join us for this special free evening for children and adults who are d/Deaf, hard of hearing, Blind, Visually Impaired, or DeafBlind and their caregivers. Enjoy a fun, friendly experience in our accessible and universally designed Discovery Museum and Discovery Woods while exploring interactive exhibits and participating in hands-on activities.

The Museum will be closed to the general public for this event. ASL Interpreters will be available. Dinner, including a gluten-free option, will be provided.

Advance registration is required. Registration link will be released soon:



A black background flyer with information in white text as follows, “BASH HOUR WHERE? DEAF, Inc. Watertown Office 50 Hunt Ave, Unit #200 Watertown, MA WHEN? December 9, 2023 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM We will have Italian food and games! It would be great if you bring desserts! We will play a gift swap game called White Elephant. Please bring a gift that costs 20 dollars or less. Touch you there!” At the first top of the flyer is the DEAF, Inc. logo.

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Goal Getters 5K Walk/Run Fundraiser

Saturday, April 27, 2024 | 8:30 AM - 12 PM

DEAF, Inc. Watertown Office 

50 Hunt Street, Watertown, MA

Lace-up your sneakers for a day filled with community spirit and movement!
Participants can look forward to an enjoyable experience, whether walking or running, alongside fellow community members. Everyone will receive DEAF, Inc. souvenirs as a token of participation, and refreshments will be provided to keep you energized.

The event goes beyond the 5K with face painting, vendors, and activities, promising a day of fun and engagement.

Register today at bit.ly/5KGoalGetters!

Get More Info & Register Now

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HLAA 2024 Convention, Resort-Style! 

Phoenix, Arizona | June 26-29, 2024

Join us in Phoenix for our first resort-style HLAA 2024 Convention at the beautiful Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass. Whether it’s your first convention or the latest of many, you are sure to learn, grow, discover
new technology and connect with hundreds of new and old friends.

Be inspired by General Session keynote speaker Shanna Adamic.

  • Explore The Emotional Side of Hearing Loss at our Research Symposium.

  • Enjoy the Exhibit Hall, educational workshops, product demos and social events:

  • "Welcome Back Bash"

  • "Celebrate! Awards gala honoring hearing heroes"

Discover amenities inspired by the rich culture of the indigenous Gila River Indian Community, which owns this unique resort.

Cape Cod Deaf Expo, MA, from Aug 23-28, 2024. Deaf Awareness Week, details TBD. Gala event info pending. Free craft/vendor fair on Aug 24, 10am-8pm with art, jewelry, and gifts. Booth reservations at newenglanddeaf.com/cc/rsvp.html. DEAF SHOW CAR featured. Open to public, ASL, and COLA communities. At The Emerald Resort, 35 Scudder Ave, Hyannis. Book rooms via Martha at 860-866-1324 or newenglanddeafe@yahoo.com. Further info at newenglanddeaf.com/cc/info.html. Food, drinks, and activities are available. Celebrating New England Deaf's 10th anniversary.

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Cape Cod Deaf Expo
August 23 - 28, 2024 

The Emerald Resort Conference Center

35 Scudder Avenue, Hyannis, MA 02601

Mark your calendars for a fun week of events in Cape Cod this August! The Cape Cod Deaf Expo will be on August 23, and will have a week of events following the expo. 

Get your hotel and travel plans figured out, as August will be an opportunity to socialize, shop, and enjoy each other's company.

Community News

Deaf Performers at Super Bowl LVIII

Three images from left to right: A photo of Daniel Durant, a Deaf actor. He is a white man with short brown hair, wearing a grey sweater, and is looking at the camera while slightly smiling., A photo of model and actor Anjel Piñero, a brown woman with dark wavy hair and brown eyes posing against a way in a unique black dress., A photo of Shaheem Sanchez, an actorperformer, dancer and dance choreographer, a Black Hispanic man stands in a dark suede suit wearing big gold hoop earrings outdoors with his long dark hair in a bun

The National Association of the Deaf (NAD), LOVE SIGN, and the NFL proudly announce that Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 11, 2024 will feature Deaf performers Daniel Durant, Anjel Piñero, and Shaheem Sanchez during pregame festivities.

Actor Daniel Durant, who starred in the Academy Award-winning
movie “CODA,” will perform the National Anthem in ASL; actress and model Anjel Piñero will sign “America the Beautiful;” and Shaheem Sanchez, actor, dancer, and choreographer, will sign “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Sanchez will also perform the ASL Halftime Show.

The ASL pre-game performances and the ASL Halftime show will be produced in partnership with Alexis Kashar of LOVE SIGN and Howard Rosenblum of the NAD.

Watch the ASL Performers at Super Bowl LVIII on February 11, 2024: https://www.cbssports.com/SuperBowlASL.


Flash Before the Bang

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We are now seeking:




-MRS. WARNER (50s)

-MR. WARNER (50s)



For Young Jake, we are seeking an athletic boy who identifies as D/deaf/Hard of Hearing. ASL is not a requirement for this role. The film will shoot in March/April 2024 in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon & Washington State.) SAG/AFTRA Feature film.

Email FlashBang@dpdcasting.com for additional info and questions

MSAD Mardi Gras Carnival 2024

is Canceled 

The poster announces a Mardi Gras Carnival event for 2024, organized by the Massachusetts State Association of the Deaf (MSAD). The event is now canceled with the red text stating it in the image, It was set to take place on Saturday, February 17th, from 7:00 pm to midnight, at the American Legion Dudley-Gendron Post 414 located at 156 Boston Road, Sutton, MA 01590. The admission fee was $30, covering appetizers and a drink.  The poster is themed with Mardi Gras symbols, including a prominent mask, beads, maracas, a drum, and a trumpet, rendered in traditional Mardi Gras colors of purple, green, and gold. The event is part of a fundraising effort for MSAD's 50th-anniversary celebration in 2025.

Massachusetts Association of the Deaf, Inc. will unfortunately no longer be hosting the Mardi Gras Carnival this year.

COVID-19 Emergency Update

Emergency COVID-19 Update

See video for an important COVID-19 update.

To read the article in full, click this link.

Other Resources

IRS Video Tax Tips:

Estimated Tax Payments

ASL Youtube Page
Official Youtube Page
Multilingual Youtube Page

Closed Captioning Bill

Passed in Watertown

Picture of a white woman with blond hair smiling next to a blue banner that reads Nicole Gardner, Watertown District A City Councilor

To read the article in full, click this link.

Weatherization Assistance Program

A light blue background flyer with weather icons of the far left side and a DEAF, Inc. logo at the very top. The flyer begins with, “Weatherization Assistance: Overcome the High Cost of Energy.” Below are two small squares, the left one has a thumb facing down and the right one shows the opposite, the text inside them reads, (left) “Keeping your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer costs you money” (right) “U.S. Department of Energy's Weatherization Assistance Program can help.” Underneath this the next text reads, “Eligibility • Your income at or below 200% of the poverty income guidelines • You are receiving Supplemental Security Income • You are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Priorities • People over 60 years of age • Families with one or more members with a disability • Families with children (in most states) Household Size Maximum Income Level (Per Year): $29,160 $39,440 $49,720 $60,000 $70,280” The text continues, “How to apply? Apply online at www.masscap.org/heatinghelpma Check your local agency covering your town at www.hedfuel.azurewebsites.net For more information on eligibility, visit Weatherization Assistance Program at www.benefits.gov/benefit/580 DEAF, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) agency funded through government contracts, private funding and donations. This flyer developed with support from: MA Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, City of Boston's Office of Jobs and Community Development Block Grant, Executive Office of Elder Affairs, City of Boston's Age Strong Commission, Cummings Foundation Grant and United Way Massachusetts Bay/Merrimack Valley (in the Greater Attleboro/Taunton Region), Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands, Coastline Elder Services, Inc., Federal Administration for Community Living, MA COVID-19 Community Grants.” Images of money and icons that represent people are found around the flyer also.

COVID-19 and Flu Information

Vaccinations: What You Need to Know

A flyer with a split dark blue and light blue background titled, “COVID-19 & Flu Vaccine” in the dark blue section. There is also an image of two medical professionals in scrubs holding needles, behind a DEAF, Inc. logo. The light blue section reads, “What can it do? Significantly reduce the risk of severe COVID-19. Reduce the risk of severe Flu-related illness by 40%-60%. Who is eligible? Most people over 6 months old are eligible for the vaccine series or a booster. When to get immunized? COVID-19: Immediately, if never vaccinated. Othewise, consult with a healthcare provider about a booster dose. Flu: Fall, ideally by the end of October. For more information, consult your healthcare provider.” A yellow strip at the bottom of the flyer shows the source information, “SOURCE: covid19.nih.gov/news-and-stories/bivalent-boosters-offer-better-protection-against-omicron SOURCE: cdc.gov/flu/vaccines-work/vaccineeffect.htm “
An informational flyer about COVID vaccines titled, “COVID Vaccine: Fast Facts The updated COVID vaccine is here. What to know: ” It features a healthcare professional pointing to key points: The updated COVID vaccine provides protection against new variants. You need an updated vaccine if you haven’t had one since September 12, 2023. Everyone aged 5 years and older should get 1 dose of an updated COVID vaccine—even if you’ve never been vaccinated before. Children aged 6 months to 4 years need between 1-3 doses. Ask your health care provider what’s right for your child. You may still get COVID after getting an updated vaccine, but your risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death are greatly reduced. At the very bottom shows the following, “Check with your health care provider or visit mass.gov/CovidVaccine” next to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health logo.

Learn fast facts about the COVID vaccine!

To schedule an appointment, go to mass.gov/CovidVaccine

Ask the Top Doc!

VEI is hosted a series of webinars with Dr. Estevan Garcia, DPH’s Medical Director, on COVID and other respiratory illnesses.

February 21: Vaccine Equity Initiative/Language Connections. 

The final webinar will be held from 1-2pm and will include a Q&A session.

Register now!

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COVID Tests and Treatment Pills

The image is an informational flyer promoting the availability of free at-home COVID-19 tests. The flyer details how to order the tests and includes the following points:  It announces "Order your FREE AT-HOME COVID-19 TESTS TODAY ON COVIDTests.gov!" Every home in the U.S. is eligible to receive free at-home tests. Additional free tests are available starting November 20, and if you haven't ordered tests in the fall, you may place two orders for a total of eight tests. The process of ordering tests is described as easy and quick, involving three steps: visiting COVIDTests.gov, filling out contact and shipping information, and submitting the order. The tests will arrive in a few weeks. If assistance is needed in placing an order, a helpline is provided with the number 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489), offering help in English, Spanish, and more than 150 other languages. The flyer includes the logo of ASPR (Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response) and a picture of a smiling woman holding a COVID-19 test swab.

Click the flyer above to learn more about how to get free COVID-19 tests

The flyer provides information about free telehealth services for COVID-19 treatment pills, specifically within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in partnership with Color. It is targeted at individuals aged 12 and older who have COVID-19 symptoms. Here's a summary of the flyer's content:  Title: "Free, quick, and easy telehealth for COVID-19 Treatment Pills" If you have COVID-19 symptoms, you can get a free telehealth visit to obtain COVID-19 treatment pills. Oral antiviral treatment is suitable for those with symptoms for 5 days or less, which may reduce the risk of severe disease and prevent hospitalization. Pills can be delivered for free or picked up at a local pharmacy if prescribed. For more information or additional assistance, the flyer directs to mass.gov/COVIDtelehealth or treatments@color.com. To start the free visit, you can use a smartphone or computer to visit color.com/covid-19-treatment-ma or scan the QR code provided. A hotline is also available at 833-450-3461. The flyer explains the process in three steps: Step 1: Go to the website or call the hotline and describe your symptoms. Step 2: Join the video or phone call for the consultation. Step 3: If prescribed antiviral treatment, pick it up at a pharmacy or opt for home delivery. Telehealth appointments are available from 8 am to 10 pm Eastern Time, seven days a week. The design includes the logo of Color and the seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Click the flyer above to learn more about how to get a Telehealth appointment and treatment

for COVID-19

AARP Healthy Food

A purpleish red background, with the following text in front of it, “How many healthy foods can you find in the picture?” Below it is an assortment of food and drinks on two shelves.

Take a moment to test your knowledge about healthy eating by answering the question below:

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2 Healthy Items
4 Healthy Items
6 Healthy Items

Did you know that more than 11.7 million older adults in the U.S. are facing hunger?

A nutritious diet is a vital part of staying healthy in the later years, but older adults who are struggling to make ends meet often cannot afford the healthy food they need and sometimes turn to cheaper, less healthy alternatives.


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Medicare Glaucoma Screening

A photo of a older man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera, the background is blurred, and there is text next to him that reads “Keep an eye on your vision health.” with the Medicare.gov logo at the bottom right corner.

Did you know that about half of all people with glaucoma don't even
know they have it? If you get a glaucoma test and start treatment early, you may protect your eyes from serious vision loss.

Medicare covers a glaucoma screening once every 12 months if you're at high risk for developing glaucoma.

You're considered at high risk for developing glaucoma if one or
more of the following is true:

  • You have diabetes

  • You have a family history of glaucoma

  • You're African American and age 50 or older

  • You're Hispanic and age 65 or older

Glaucoma Test Coverage

MassHealth Redetermination

For Members with Disabilities

Flyer: A light blue back ground, at the very top is the DEAF, Inc. logo, and at the center is a hand putting a blue paper into a green mailbox. The text reads, “Do you have... Masshealth Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Then you are all set to go! NO blue envelope needed. If you moved recently, please email frontdesk@deafincma.org”

ADA Update December 2023

EEOC Issues Article on Workplace Accessibility

To read the full article click here

The EEOC issued guidance on creating an accessible workplace for individuals with disabilities, emphasizing federal agencies' legal duty under Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act to provide reasonable accommodations. President Biden's Executive Order also reinforces a governmentwide commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in the federal workforce.

DEAF, Inc. Contributions/Donation Appeal Video

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Take this opportunity to support DEAF, Inc. with a voluntary donation!

Any amount helps us! Proceeds will be used to expand our services and advocacy for our community.

Your donation will be confidential. You will not be denied services if you choose not to donate.



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Please contact the front desk at
617-505-4823 or frontdesk@deafincma.org.

DEAF, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) agency funded through government contracts, private funding and donations. This flyer developed with support from: MA Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, City of Boston’s Office of Jobs and Community Development Block Grant, Executive Office of Elder Affairs, City of Boston’s Age Strong Commission, Cummings Foundation Grant and United Way Massachusetts Bay/Merrimack Valley (in the Greater Attleboro/Taunton Region), Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands, Coastline Elder Services, Inc., Federal Administration for Community Living, HRiA - MA COVID-19 Community Grants, USCIS Innovations in Citizenship Grant, Massachusetts Service Alliance, HealthCare for All, MassHealth, Commonwealth Care Alliance, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission – Title VII Part B, Liberty Mutual, Sanofi Genzyme, Boston Evening Clinic, Bushrod Campbell, Association for the Relief of Aged Women of New Bedford