Laughter and conversation fill the CSC offices every Thursday as the senior citizens in the Kupuna Klub gather to enjoy each other’s company. The time they spend together include diverse activities such as workshops, exercising, movies, games, field trips, visiting
On Saturday April 13, 2019 I had the pleasure of attending the 33rd Annual SPIN Conference. The mission of SPIN (Special Parent Information Network) is to provide parents and caregivers of children with disabilities (and the professionals who serve them)
Aloha! from Comprehensive Service Center for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deaf-Blind (CSC)! My name is Kon Davis and I am one of the CSC staff who participated in CSC Digital Content Compliance Accessibility training conducted by Tom Conway
Participants will learn to read a book to their child, build communication through interactive play, and enjoy language through music and rhythm. You will also have the opportunity to network with deaf adults, professionals, and other families in a laid-back
On Sunday April 29, 2019 we hosted another fun Ohana Time event at the CSC. This time, we brought in some of our amazing Deaf Mentors and Read to Your Keiki Instructors. We had one family and one professional join,
Join us for an afternoon of reading with our keiki, meeting other families, interacting with deaf adults, and enjoying light refreshments. The Read to Your Keiki program is designed to teach parents and caregivers how to read to their child
Did you know that there is an online resource available for families who want to learn American Sign Language (ASL)? Through a partnership between the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) and the Signing Time Foundation, Sign It!
On March 29, 2019 the CSC was invited to teach ASL to a group of seniors at Meheula Vista in Mililani to show residents how to greet and interact with a new deaf resident, Laura. Kupuna Klub president Kimyo and
This month, the CSC started a new project that focuses on our keiki age birth to five. We hosted two Ohana Time events. The purpose of these events is for our young keiki and their families to learn through play.
On February 4, 2019, the Helen Keller National Center (HKNC) made this announcement regarding their new Deaf-Blind Specialist: Additional funding has been received from the federal government which was earmarked for the expansion of HKNC’s ability to address the gaps