If you need to find more parking space while attending CBDA March Meeting at ICRE. Joann Rushing and Chicago Lighthouse has graciously offered more space at Chicago Lighthouse if you are unable to find parking anywhere else.
Look forward seeing you all!
March Member Meeting
What: LeCOBDA Meeting / Social
When: March 18, 2017 – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: ICRE-Wood – 1151 S. Wood St, Chicago, IL 60612
NOTE: Sorry, no kids allowed at this event
LeCOBDA will be hosting the meeting at ICRE-Wood. The agenda will be the following:
- 10 a.m to 12 p.m. Become more involved: Join new committees.
- 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch, we are providing Jimmy Johns sandwich and chips. We welcome your drinks, sides, or desserts.
- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Social Time
With special thanks to our host for March, Jeffery Bohrman, for his help with planning this event!
RSVP: Please let us know if you are coming and if you are bringing any dishes. Send an email to email@example.com
Volunteers: We welcome volunteer SSPs and interpreters. Let us know if you can attend our fun event. Vounteers should plan to arrive by 9:30 a.m.
Good morning Members,
Our next event will be held on March 18th. More details to come later this week.
Vice-President of LeCOBDA
Support Service Provider (SSP) Training for working with DeafBlind Consumers
In this workshop, the participant will embark on a 3-hour journey learning the significance of the Support Service Provider (SSP) role and become an effective resource tool in empowering DeafBlind individuals to live successful and independent lives. Come, close your eyes, open your mind, and experience a world of awareness through touch as we go through multiple hands-on activities to make you an effective SSP and a valuable ally to DeafBlind individuals. This course will also include ProTactile strategies for enhancing the SSP experience for both the consumer and the provider.
September 28, 2016
Moraine Valley Community College,
Palos Hills, IL
September 29, 2016
0.3 CMP/ACET CEUs
$15 OR Free with commitment to
volunteer at October 1 Forum and
future LeCOBDA events.
That’s .3 CEUs absolutely FREE!
Email Bryen M Yunashko
firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Bryen M Yunashko, a national DeafBlind advocate from Chicago, was born Deaf. It was when he was 26 that he discovered that he also had Usher Syndrome. Now nearly completely blind, he happily relies on tactile ASL. Bryen has long advocated in many aspects of both the Deaf and DeafBlind communities on everything from captioning to accessibility. With a strong focus today on DeafBlind social issues and advocacy, he travels extensively providing trainings and workshops, particularly on vidism and ProTactile techniques. In addition to serving on numerous national and statewide legislative committees and task forces, Bryen owns Access256 Productions, LLC, providing consulting, presentations and workshops, advocacy and self-advocacy training, mentoring, and Braille printing services. He makes his home in Chicago.
The Printers Row Farmers Market, at 634 South Dearborn, features a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh baked goods and colorful flowers and plants.
Bring cash to buy items and your own bag to use. This market also accepts the LINK card.
Printers Row Farmers Market
Saturday, September 10
10am – 1pm
This Farmers Market is at the Printers Row Park on South Dearborn between Harrison and Polk.
The Harrison Red Line stop is two blocks away at State & Harrison.
Please let us know if you require an SSP to meet you at 10:00 am.
Questions can be directed to Jason at email@example.com.
Volunteers, please let us know if you can join us.