The TREP Project works to develop the individual and organizational capacity of educators and schools serving children growing up in neighborhoods that have high levels of toxic stress, such as violent crime, concentrated poverty, concentrated foster care involvement, and housing instability. Click here to visit the website.
There are three upcoming Court Tours that will be interpreted by Circuit Court of Cook County staff.
Tour Highlights include: meet with a judge, learn about the trial process, observe a trial in progress, and join in an informative presentation by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Access (DHHA) Team.
Cue College is an outreach program of Alternatives in Education for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals (AEHI), an affiliate of the National Cued Speech Association (NCSA). Cue College’s first online course provides an overview of the Cued Speech system and includes all the hand shapes and hand placements associated with each phoneme, or speech sound, of spoken English. Click here to learn more.
Illinois Deaf Campers will be hosting a Halloween event October 18-20. Click the flyer for more details.
Starbucks will open its first U.S. signing store in October 2018! Read more at BusinessWire.
Organizing Solutions for People with ADHD outlines new organizing strategies that will be of value to anyone who wants to improve their organizational, or lack of, skills in their life.Color photographs that capture the short attention span of the reader are featured throughout, as well as sidebars and testimonials from adults with ADHD, providing numerous organizational tips, such as, the importance of dividing time into minutes or moments, task completion, how to avoid procrastination, asking for help, and how not to be a pack rat. This book is best suited for adults and teens.
The ISRC library has many resources including books, DVDs, games, and toys. To request this book or any other library resources, contact [email protected].
The ISRC library consists of an expanding collection of over 1,200 items, including books, DVDs, CDs, test kits, toys, and games related to deafness, deaf culture, sign language, blindness, mental health, behavior management, parenting, and administration. The catalog can be accessed via the Library Page of the ISRC website.
ISRC library materials may be requested by contacting [email protected] or by calling 847-559-8195. We also accept requests by fax at 847-559-8199. All our resources are free and will be mailed to you with return postage included.
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