Deaf Community Resources

-- NEWS AND EVENTS --
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Producer and cast of the Deaf Documentary "See What I'm Saying"
The EIS Deaf Drivers Card is now available, for free!
Please contact
info@empireinterpreting.com to order your own!

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EIS Deaf Consumer Card

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If you would like one or a supply of these cards, please email your name and address to info@empireinterpreting.com.
Open Caption Movies Update

Regal Entertainment Group - To check out showtimes with Open Caption and/or Descriptive Audio, visit this page. Click on the abbreviations for your state to find theatres in your area.

InSight Cinema is no longer in operation, but their nonprofit alliances and hearing professional resource links are still up for your continued use. They suggest checking your local theatre website, along with Fandango and MovieTickets.com websites as open captioned prints are still being booked by a private company.
Ithaca Hearing Loss News Group

To receive reminders sent to your e-mail: Open Captioned Movies, Ithaca ASL Chat Club, Interpreted Worship Service, Ithaca Festival, etc. go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/IthacaHearingLoss.
Churches with ASL Interpreter

People's Baptist Church of Newfield
364 Main St.
Newfield, NY 14867
Interpreted services offered on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Beginning in September, they will provide interpreted services on the 1st and 3rd Sunday.

Union Center Christian Church
950 Boswell Hil Rd., Endicott NY
(607) 754-8222
www.unioncenter.net
e-mail info@unioncenter.org
10:45 service interpreted

Bennett's Creek Bible Church
3740 State Route 248, Canisteo, NY
Contact info:  607-225-4688
10:00 Adult Bible Study & 11:00 Worship Service Interpreted each Sunday

St. Mark Lutheran Church of the Deaf
c/o Mount Zion Lutheran Church
421 West 145th Street
New York, NY 10031-5203
516-628-4222 TTY 516-628-4217 V

Celebration Chapel of the Deaf meets: Northport Baptist Church
400 Elwood Rd East Northport Long Island, NY 11731 632-368-5023 TTY/V email: deaf@nbc.org
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Disability Rights Clinic

Syracuse University offers an invaluable resource to the Deaf Community. Headed by Michael Schwartz, the Disability Rights Clinic provides a legal voice to those who feel they are being discriminated against because they are Deaf. For further details, visit http://disabilitystudies.syr.edu/who/maschwartz.aspx.