Beads Direct USA
7920 Mason-Montgomery Road
Mason, Ohio, 45040, USA
Tel (513) 492 9056
Beads Direct USA is a Wholesale importer and distributor of Czech, Japanese, Austrian, Indian, Chinese and locally manuactured Beads and Beading supplies. Our range includes Crystal Beads, Freshwater & Cultured Pearls, Semi-Precious Gemstones, Findings, Tools, Stringing materials, Sterling silver, Miyuki, Swarovski, Preciosa and more!
Communications Access Real Time (CART) is a system that provides access to spoken information for people with hearing loss. The CART system operator generally began as a court reporter.
CART operators use a court reporting machine to input spoken text. These machines are quite complex, but they are much faster than a typewriter because they allow for inputting words a syllable at a time rather than a word at a time.
Tina Wesley - firstname.lastname@example.org
3520 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45223
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Interpreter Training Program strives to equip students with the knowledge of American Sign Language, cultural diversity within the Deaf community and the ethical framework of the profession.
The ITP also provides opportunities for students to develop skills in several areas of concentration in the field of interpreting. Included are concentrations in education and community interpreting.
7723 Tylers Place Blvd #279
West Chester, OH 45069
Deaf Choice, Inc specializes in communication with Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals and offer two primary services: American Sign Language interpreters and spoken word-to-text captioning (C-Print® and CART). Providing services to the Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities is our specialty, therefore we do not provide interpreters for other foreign languages. Our rates are competitive and almost all our interpreters are nationally certified even though this is not required in the state of Ohio. All have been screened to ensure they are highly experienced and qualified. We are confident that once you have used our services, you will choose to continue using our services over any other in the tri-state area.
The Deaf Institute
3515 Warsaw Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45205-6904
The Mission of the Deaf Institute is to present the Good News of Jesus Christ to deaf and hard of hearing people.
The Deaf need the gospel presented in a way which fits their own unique culture and language. This involves direct contact, training of deaf and hearing leaders, and helping new and established deaf ministries and churches. Hearts and lives can be changed through God’s love.
Dummy Hoy Group
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He was Deaf, graduated from the Ohio School for the Deaf, played an American center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1888 to 1902, most notably the Cincinnati Reds and Washington, D.C.
Duke Energy Generation Services
139 East Fourth Street
Mail Code EA502
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Duke Energy Generation Services, Inc. (DEGS) and its affiliates have a proven track record of creating sustained value for large energy consumers, municipalities, utilities and industrial facilities. We deliver industry-recognized excellence in: energy project development, engineering and design, construction management, operations and maintenance, environmental compliance, and fuel supply logistics.
We are committed to reducing energy supply costs and increasing reliability, while reducing environmental impacts, including carbon footprint.
150 E. Campus View Blvd.
Columbus, Ohio 43235-4604
Toll Free 1-800-282-4536 Ext. 1393
We are the nationwide retailer of assistive products for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people, from vibrating alarm clocks and light signalers to amplified telephones and materials on sign language, Deaf Culture, hearing loss and interpreting.
The Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati strengthens our community by supporting individuals and families to overcome obstacles to communication.
Is the process of transmitting spoken English into American Sign Language (ASL) and/or gestures for communication between Deaf and hearing individuals; Enhances the quality of interaction between the Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities; Serves as a tool in bridging communication gaps; Is a profession that is highly dynamic and sophisticated; Offers a career that allows one to grow with each knowledge building experience. (www.RID.org)
Lighthouse Baptist Church of the Deaf
5529 Mason Rd.
Video Phone: 513.445.3214
Voice Phone: 513.492.9528
Mission Statement: To be a light to the Deaf in Greater Cincinnati and around the world. To see Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing alike, come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. To grow spiritually through the wisdom, knowledge, and understanding of God's word, then to increase a desire and a compassion for others.
College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services
Northern Kentucky Services for the Deaf
Office 859-372-5255Providing Interpreting services in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati and Tri-State Area
324 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
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4192 South Riverboat Road
Salt Lake City, Utah 84123
Sorenson Communications is committed to providing the highest-quality communication products and services to all deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. The company’s offerings include the Sorenson VP-200® videophone, Sorenson Video Relay Service® (SVRS®) and Sorenson IP Relay (SIPRelay®).
St. Rita School for The Deaf is a Catholic day/residential program whose primary mission is to educate infants and students who need special methods of communication and technological support. We are committed to providing a safe, value-oriented environment which facilitates the educational, social and spiritual development of each student.
St. Vincent Family Centers
1490 East Main Street
Columbus, Ohio 43205
Telephone Number: (614) 252-0731
TDD: (614) 252-2069
Intervention is our primary goal in supporting the children who visit us here at St. Vincent's. By working with family members and care providers, we not only help change children's behavior, but also help change surrounding environments, which often contribute to behavioral problems.
It is easier to intervene when troubled children are young than when they are teenagers or adults, when thinking patterns and values are already in place. We work to stabilize our students' behavior so they may obtain the goal of returning to a less restrictive educational setting in the future.
Phone: 513-556-6161UC's specialization serves both the working interpreter and those aspiring to become interpreters. We are a course of study under the Special Education program that offers a Bachelor’s of Science in Special Education with a specialization in Interpreting degree.
Our goal is to support working interpreters to build on existing interpreting skills in an online format and to educate aspiring students through an on-campus, four-year course of study to become sign language interpreters.
Here at the University of Cincinnati, we are not only focused on student success, but providing a vigorous course of study founded in current theories and practice in the field of interpreting and beyond.
Warsaw FederalWarsaw Federal remains a neighborhood financial institution committed to providing quality, personal service.
Yadah Church InterpretersYadah Church Interpreters organization is celebrating its fifth year offering workshops for church interpreters in the tri-state area. We searched for the meaning of the number five that represents Yadah’s Mission and Goal statement.
The number “five” represented virtues that we the members of the Yadah Board would like to see represented by interpreters in the church. The virtues are Wisdom, Goodness, Justice, Love, and Truth. The Symbolism words for the number “five” are: Harmony, Balance, and Grace.
These five virtues guide us in our assignment as the “church interpreter.” Adding harmony, balance and grace to the Interpreter’s Code of Professional Conduct (C.O.P.C.) in our daily lives as interpreter is equal to what centers the call on our lives to be church interpreters.
“Creating World Peace through movement, intention, meditation, direct action and gratitude.”