One year anniversary of the Irish Sign Language Act- celebrations in Dublin led by IDS
KDRC Kerry Deaf Resource Centre: Exciting news…The Irish Deaf Society (IDS) is holding an event on the 14th December in Deaf Village Ireland (DVI) in Dublin.
To see this information in Irish Sign Language, go to https://vimeo.com/302461016
Why the 14th December? Here is what they have to say about the Big Day !!!
I’m sure you all remember last year, the day Irish Sign Language (ISL) was officially recognised in the Dáil.
Now it’s one year on and we want to celebrate the day! We’d like to invite you to join us in our celebrations here at DVI in the Hub at 11 am.
We will have a brief review on the last year since ISL was recognised. If you can’t come don’t worry about it, that night from 7 pm we will meet in Doyle’s Pub, downstairs.
If you are not able to attend either event, feel free to organise your own events all over Ireland to celebrate National ISL Day on the 14th December!
Looking forward to seeing everyone’s photos from the celebrations.
OUR CONTACT DETAILS:
Kerry Deaf Resource Centre (KDRC).
4 Gas Terrace, Tralee, Co. Kerry,
KDRC provides services to deaf, deafened, hard of hearing & hearing customers on deaf and hard of hearing related issues. Appointments can be arranged via our Drop-In Centre in Tralee.
TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER:
TO STOP OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER:
Tel: 066 712 0399
Text: 087 633 4687
VIS- Video Interpreting/Information Service: (by appointment)
FaceTime: 087 633 4687 or email@example.com
To make a donation:
You can send a cheque or postal order to our postal address above. All donations greatly appreciated.
We also accept online donations at:
Charity No: CHY20854