Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Update 20.07.15
THANK YOU FOR KILLARNEY STREET COLLECTION
We would like to extend a big thank you to those who donated to our Street
Collection in Killarney last Friday 10th July. Our thanks goes to the
volunteers from the Kerry Volunteer Centre in Tralee: Pat Crowley, Alison
Fitzmartin, Susan McDonough, Hummara Rizvi and Margaret Roche who helped
collect the donations.
Thanks also to Mary Jo Walsh, Aoife O’Donoghue, Rebecca O’Donoghue, Therese
Gallant, Noreen Cronin, Sandra Kearney and Frances Woodley. All money
raised is very much appreciated and goes towards the overhead costs here in
our Centre in Tralee.
THANK YOU TO CODA VISITORS & BEST WISHES FOR CODALAND CONFERENCE
Our service welcomed approximately 30 adult CODAs (Children of Deaf Adults)
from the U.S. including the founder of CODA International Millie Brother.
The group were touring Ireland and stayed in Tralee on the 10th & 11th of
July. Some of the group also got to visit our Centre during their stay.
A sincere word of thanks to Willie, Veronica and Steven White, Steve and
Krista Walker, Mary Jo Walsh and Catherine Tolan for meeting with the group.
Willie, Veronica, Krista and Steve will meet the group again this week in
Reading in the UK for the CODALAND International Conference. The conference
will host approximately 180 CODAs from 16 countries including our own CODAS
JUSTISIGNS WORKSHOP: POLICE INTERPRETING WITHIN THE DEAF COMMUNITY
The Centre for Deaf Studies at Trinity College Dublin and Interesource Group
(Ireland) Limited with Deaf Community Centre in Limerick are delighted to
invite you to the next series of JUSTISIGNS training “Police Interpreting
within the Deaf Community” by Prof. Lorraine Lesson, Prof. Terry Janzen and
Prof. Barbara Shaffer. This event is under the auspices of the JUSTISIGNS
Project, funded by the European Commission.
This workshop focuses a key issue in discourse: contextualisation.
Contextualization is a feature of discourse where the speaker or signer
includes information to assist the addressee in understanding assertions
made in the discourse.
In this seminar, we examine the idea of “double contextualization” in the
interpreting process, and work to better understand how the choices
interpreters make influence the texts they produce and impact the developing
intersubjective relationships among the discourse participants they are
The workshop will be run on two occasions:
Monday 27th July at the Centre for Deaf Studies (CDS) 1st Floor, Phoenix
House, 6-9 South Leinster Street, Trinity College, Dublin 2, from 10am to
Wednesday 29th July at the Deaf Community Centre (DCC) in 96 O’Connell
Street, Limerick, from 10 am to 4.30 pm.
An Irish Sign Language interpreter will be provided for both workshops.
This event is free of charge but registration is required as places are
limited. To register please email: [email protected].
IRISH SIGN LANGUAGE RECOGNITION CAMPAIGN
Tipperary County council has recently passed the motion calling on the
government to recognise Irish Sign Language. It is now the 46th council to
do so. There are now only four more councils to go.
Cllr. Andrew Moloney proposed the motion and he was assisted by a local
supporter, Linda Rankin. Well done to Cllr. Moloney and Linda for all their
NO SUBTITLED FILM THIS WEEK
There will be no subtitled film screened this Wednesday 22nd July. The
cinema is hoping to have a subtitled film for the following Wednesday. You
can check to see which film is subtitled by going to
REMINDER OF OUR CENTRE CLOSING FOR HOLIDAYS
Just a final reminder to everyone that we will close for annual leave at 5pm
on Friday 31st July and reopen on Tuesday 1st September at 10am. Again, we
would like to thank all our supporters and staff for their hard work and
commitment to date and wish them a happy and relaxing holiday time.
OUR CONTACT DETAILS:
Kerry Deaf Resource Centre.
4 Gas Tce, Tralee, Co. Kerry, IRELAND
KDRC provides services to Deaf and hard of hearing people at county level
and contributes to national issues of equality, access and rights.
Charity Number CHY20854
Text (+353) 87 633 4687
Fax (+353) 66 712 0386
Tel (+353) 66 712 0399
E-mail: [email protected]
Can also be contacted via Facetime, Skype & Glide Video Messaging.