Jeopardy!! on ADA specializing in D/HH – Waco

Jeopardy!! on ADA specializing in Deaf/Hard of Hearing

If you are not sure that participating in Jeopardy!! on ADA would be fun and
beneficial, answer the questions below:

1) Have you ever been confused about what ADA really says about who provides
an interpreter or other auxiliary aid/service?

2) Does a private doctor’s office have to employ at least 15 employees
before providing an interpreter or other auxiliary aid/service?

3) Does a Social Security office have to follow ADA?

4) Under the ADA, are employers required to pay for interpreters or other
auxiliary aid/service for their Deaf/hard of hearing employees?

5) Does ADA apply to a public college/university only, not a private one?

If you answered “Yes” to at least one of the above questions, come to my
training to find out and to have fun learning through playing the Jeopardy!!
game. The training would empower you to learn how to self-advocate as a
Deafor Hard of Hearing individual. The training is scheduled and located at:

Saturday, July 31, 2010
1:00pm to 3:00pm

Se Cocina (Mexican Food Restaurant)

Appetizers will be provided by Signs of the Times

608 Austin Ave.
Waco, TX 76701

Immediately after our Jeopardy!!!, Darlene Nobles, the owner of Signs of
the Times, will give us a tour of her office across the street from the
restaurant. It’s optional.

The Speaker-

Brian Determan, an ASL-native deaf individual, serves as the Deafness
Resource Specialist 7A, through Communication Axess Ability Group, for a
program funded by Texas DARS (Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative
Services) – Office for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. He works with
various agencies and service providers regarding their access obligations
under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act. His
training will empower deaf or hard of hearing individuals with knowledge
of their civil rights and how to self-advocate.

Accommodations for participants such as real time captioning (C.A.R.T.) or
sign to voice interpreter services must be requested by Monday, July 26,
2010. Email to: [email protected] or [email protected] or
call the office at VP/Direct 512-410-1786.

Brian Determan
Deafness Resource Specialist – Region 7
Communication Axess Ability Group – Austin
7000 N. Mopac Expressway Suite 2106
Austin, TX 78731
V/VP: 512.410.1786 (local)
V/VP 866.813.5516 (toll free)
TTY: 512.514.6385
Fax: 512.514.6001
Email: [email protected]

Project funded by the
Office For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, under the
Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services – DARS,
Division of Rehabilitative Services – DRS

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