Local Chapter Virtual Meeting Recordings Site Index
HLAA Kentuckiana Chapter January 2021 Meeting Recording - "An Update From Virginia Moore (Executive Director KCDHH)
Virginia has been with the Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (KCDHH) since 1995, serving first as the Executive Director’s Interpreter, then as State Interpreter Administrator before being appointed as Executive Director in 2009. Born into a socially active deaf family, she has been shaped by the culture and language. Virginia graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and holds several interpreter certifications, including National Association of the Deaf (NAD) Master Certification, Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) CI/CT Certification and a National Interpreter Certification (NIC). In addition to her duties as Executive Director, Virginia also coordinates the biennial DeaFestival-Kentucky event, presented by KCDHH and the Knowledge Center on Deafness. Please CLICK on the following link: HLAA Kentuckiana Chapter Jan.2021 Meeting
HLAA KY Home Chapter November 2020 Meeting Recording - "Have You Ever Thought About Having A Hearing/Mobility Assistance Dog?"
Hearing Assistance Dogs are taught fifty skills and can perform two hundred tasks. Mobility dogs can open and close doors as well as retrieve and carry small items. Hearing dogs are trained to respond to household sounds such as a ringing telephone, appliance buzzers, smoke and security alarms, doorbells, a crying child, sirens or any other sounds that the client needs. Since many people with hearing loss have balance and mobility issues, they can request a dog trained in both areas. Please CLICK on the following link to view a recording of a videomeeting about hearing/mobility assistance dogs hosted by HLAA KY Home Chapter: Hearing/Mobility Assistance Dogs
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