ORID is a community of volunteers striving to promote the socialization and professionalism of our interpreting community.
The sole purpose of the Deaf Education Advocates Foundation(D.E.A.F.) has been to generate funds through private philanthropy to encourage and supp
CymaSpace makes arts & cultural events more accessible & inclusive to the Deaf & Hard of Hearing through Technology, Education & Ou
About the Oregon Deafblind Project The Oregon Deafblind Project is a Federally-funded Technical Assistance and Dissemination project.
Guide Dog Training A yellow lab Guide Dog works in his our Swiss harness Once the grown puppies return to our campuses from their puppy raising hom
The Northwest Christian Camp for the Deaf is a week long summer camp for the deaf and their families. It was begun in the summer of 1974. In the
Dogs For Better Lives, formerly known as Dogs for the Deaf, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, "for impact" organization, was founded in 1977 by the lat
Northwest Youth Corps (NYC) encourages youth and young adults to learn, grow, and experience success through education, leadership, community, empo
The Western Region Interpreter Education Center (WRIEC) is dedicated to the provision of quality education and professional development opportuniti
DSSO uses Southern Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Center, 228 N. Holly Street Medford OR 97501 for its meetings and some events.
Hands & Voices is a non profit organization providing support, education and advocacy to parents of deaf or hard of hearing children.
ODEAF is a new organization. Our goal is to provide services for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing women, children and their families who may be experien
Are you looking for a way to have a profound impact on the lives of children who are deaf or hard of hearing in Oregon?
OSD Alumni Association encourages the alumni to keep in touch with each other after leaving school.
FACT is Oregon’s Parent Training and Information Center on issues related to special education.
Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) promotes Opportunity, Access and Choice for individuals with disabilities.
As we push for better TV and online captioning quality, CC Crusaders highlights best practices, shines the spotlight on bloopers, and share other r