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Deaf Seniors of America 2021 Pittsburgh

Deaf Seniors of America 2021 Pittsburgh

Date: August 28, 2021 – September 2, 2021

Get the form for your request to set up the workshops at 2021 Deaf Seniors of America in Pittsburgh between three days of August 30, 2021 and September 1, 2021 in each three time slots: 9am, 10:30am and 1:30pm. You also can have no preference on those dates and times to open to what’s available. Link: https://www.dsa2021pittsburgh.org/registration/workshops/

Are you looking to register DSA 2021 Pittsburgh? Click registration page for more information. Link: https://www.dsa2021pittsburgh.org/registration/

Looking to reserve the hotel at a Wyndham Grand Hotel where the DSA conference takes the place? Click hotel page to book the dates in the room.
Link: https://www.dsa2021pittsburgh.org/lodging/

The DSA Pittsburgh committee decided to extend the Early Bird Combo of $290.00 per person until December 31, 2020, due to COVID-19 concerns.

Main Website: https://www.dsa2021pittsburgh.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DSA2021Pittsburgh/

Purpose of DSA

Deaf Seniors of America first started in 1992 as an idea for a statewide conference for Deaf senior citizens to be hosted in Austin, Texas. It attracted considerable interest from Deaf seniors across America, and from there, the idea evolved into a national organization focused on the unique needs of American deaf seniors. From 1992 onwards, DSA has been hosting biennial national conferences, which offer an engaging array of resources and entertainment, from seminars to comedians and talent shows. In 1997, DSA’s members decided on Deaf Seniors of America (DSA) as the official name of the organization. In 2001, DSA established a quarterly publication, New Horizons. In 2017, we celebrated DSA’s 25th anniversary a city away from the site of the first conference, in Houston, Texas. Deaf Seniors of America is a thriving organization committed to ensuring communication access, health, education, and social support for all Deaf and hard-of-hearing senior citizens.

Source: https://deafseniors.us/about/

 

 

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