Aloha! Please join us in welcoming Ms. Ginger Knowles as the Hawaii and Pacific Deaf-Blind Project’s Family Support Specialist. Ginger has over 20 years experience working with our youth in early childhood education and special education. She is a graduate from Chaminade University of Honolulu with a degree in Early Childhood Education and a dual licensure degree in Special Education …

The Hawaii & Pacific Deaf-Blind Project Welcomes a New Parent Support Specialist, Ginger Knowles Read the full article

Over the years, CSC has gained knowledge and experience in shooting video of ASL signers. One of the biggest issues we deal with when filming someone are the shadows they cast while signing. It can be distracting and looks unsightly, with shadows falling across the face or the other hand and limiting the viewer’s ability to understand the message clearly. …

Lighting Techniques for Filming ASL Read the full article

On Sunday April 29, 2019 we hosted another fun Ohana Time event at the CSC. This time, we brought in some of our amazing Read to Your Deaf Keiki Instructors. We had one family and one professional join, and it was absolutely AMAZING! We began our evening with snacks and socializing then jumped in to the fun. First, Galinda demonstrated …

May Ohana Time Read the full article

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 friends in care home facilities and arts & crafts along with light snacks. The latter of these activities, arts & …

Laughter abounds as Deaf seniors participate in Kupuna Krafts Read the full article