Deaf Awareness Day 2019

For the 5th Annual Deaf Awareness Day, we celebrated the day with some new and old traditions! Thank you to over 200 community members who braved the rain and cooler temperatures to watch Guilford County Deaf Education students sign the National Anthem, to see the first pitch by Dr. Sharon Contreras, meet the signing Frog Princess, to chat with friends, to spend Babe’s Bucks, and to enjoy live fireworks!

The CSDHH team values the collaboration of our community partners: Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Greensboro Regional Center and Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing of Davidson County for their planning efforts to make this event accessible and community centered. Additionally, we appreciate all of the UNC Greensboro students who volunteered their time to help ensure that all attendees had a safe and fun experience!

CSDHH would also like to recognize Reserving Royalty, located in High Point, and Sorenson Communications for making meaningful donations towards Deaf Awareness Day! Thank you for your support towards this annual community event!

See you next year!

NC Folk Festival

2018 was a fantastic kick of the North Carolina Folk Festival! In partnership with the City of Greensboro, CSDHH provided American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services to 13 total performances over the 3 day festival. We value communication and equal access for all NC Folk Festival attendees! Be seeing you next September!

CSDHH is grateful to Latoya Jordan for dedicating her personal time and energy towards this same goal of equal access! We appreciate you serving as the liaison between event planners and CSDHH to make this event a positive experience for all! Thank you for volunteering your talents and for coordinating this event as an experiential learning opportunity for ten interpreter preparation students! Cheers!

Thank you to all UNC Greensboro interpreter preparation students, CSDHH staff, and professional interpreters for your collaboration as well! We could not have made it possible without you and your dedication to the community!

2018 The Human Race

Thank you for a record breaking year! Together we raised $2,250.00 to fund community access services for individuals who are Deaf, Deaf Blind, Hard of Hearing, and Late Deafened at local, public events. We had over 33 walkers and runners represent team CSDHH on April 14th. Thank you to everyone who volunteered with our team to provide guidance, communication access, take photos, and be the cheerleaders at the finish line! We could not make this fundraising goal possible without the love and dedication from our community!

2018 CSDHH The Human Race Decals were designed and made by Cynthia Poupard!

2018 CSDHH The Human Race Decals were designed and made by Cynthia Poupard!

We passed out 80 decals to all CSDHH Human Race participants! Thank you Cynthia Poupard for your beautiful design!

We passed out 80 decals to all CSDHH Human Race participants! Thank you Cynthia Poupard for your beautiful design!

Thank you Poupard Family for not only making the beautiful CSDHH Human Race Decals but for making them at a discounted price for CSDHH! The entire CSDHH team appreciates your self-owned business, your creativity, and your support for the local community!

Deaf Awareness Day at the Park! 2017

Deaf Awareness Day is quickly becoming one of best traditions of the year filled with great food, great games, and great company! See you at Deaf Awareness Day 2018!

Thank you to all the Guilford County School students who performed the national anthem, you guys rocked it!

Thank you to all the volunteer students from UNC Greensboro and Piedmont International University for your support efforts!

Thank you to all community partners including staff members at DSDHH and SDHHDC for all of your help planning this event. We appreciate Craig Blevins', President of the North Carolina Chapter of the Association of the Deaf, for his collaboration. We would also like to recognize and thank Sorenson Communications for sponsoring $1,000 towards this event!