The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) will be delivering thousands of postcards signed by Deaf, oral deaf, deafened, hard of hearing people and other concerned individuals, to a press conference scheduled at Queens Park on April 26. Deaf consumers will also share their horrifying first-hand experience of escaping fires in their home, highlighting the importance of visual fire alarms.
THE CANADIAN HEARING SOCIETY PLANS TO MAKE SOME NOISE IN PREVENTING YOUNG ADULT HEARING LOSS
They will hand out free earphones on International Noise Awareness Day. Or will they?
Ottawa, March 6, 2012 – The Ottawa Hospital strives to give the highest-quality care to the people who need it. This means providing safe and appropriate care to all patients with improved access to the information they need. To this end, the hospital now offers several key portions of its website in signed languages.
The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) announced today its partnership with Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc. (DCM), making CHS’s expertise and full range of communications devices and products accessible to Deaf, Deaf-blind and hard of hearing Manitobans.
- Press Release: CHS invites you to show your support of accessible TV broadcasting
- CHS supports new bill to allow people with hearing loss fair access to the Disability Tax Credit
- CHS supports Universal Newborn Hearing Screening programs for early detection of hearing loss.
- CHS Chief Audiologist elected President of the Canadian Academy of Audiology
- Three Award Recipients Recognized for Outstanding Achievements
- Press Release: CHS announces appointment of new President and CEO
- Press Release - CHS Cautions Toronto Police Services
- LCBO stores raise funds for The Canadian Hearing Society
- The Canadian Hearing Society: Transition in Leadership
- OTF Funds Sign Language Web Initiative
- CHS calls for Government funding for visual alarms and emergency notification systems
- CHS releases position paper on discrimination and audism
- CHS hosts launch of the Ontario Human Rights Commission new sign language video
- First-ever accessible all candidates meetings to be hosted in 3 Ontario ridings
- CHS announces details of new strategic plan
- "Humble" Howard Glassman named CHS Deaf for a Day 2007 Provincial Chair
- Ontario Government introduces stronger noise regulations in the industrial workplace
- Federal Court of Canada requires better access to government agencies and the democratic process for