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Update Deaf Cruise Ships Days 2020

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Deaf Land & Sea Travel put the Hawaii 2020 (August 2020) to new year 2023. Also, another cruise, Deaf Vacations Heart Cruises put the Deaf Group Cruise 2020 to new date in 2021 instead of December 2020. 

Signs of Fun are coming to Hilo, Hawaii !

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Signs of Fun are coming to Hilo, Hawaii. It is the first time a deaf camp is being established for deaf children and parents on Hawai'i Island. Registration for Deaf Camp is now open. Are YOU coming (virtually)? Hurry and sign up before all the slots are filled! Also, CODA are welcome with the deaf parents. Please apply on this Website

Updated; Hawaii's island COVID'19 Sites

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More information ? Please check the last updated COVID-19 E-Newsletters of Representative Joy San Buenaventrua. Her website is https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/memberpage.aspx?member=Sanbuenaventura


Are you going to do something fun?

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Are you going to do something fun?

Do you have any plans this weekend? Before the corona crisis, this was a very normal question. Our calendars were full of fun activities. But now we are all at home. Is there nothing fun to do?

Fortunately! Of course you can pick up your (old) hobbies and puzzle to your heart's content, knit, play games, play board games, Netflix or do odd jobs around the house. But you don't have to make it all up yourself ...

More and more events are being organized online, and you can participate! How about Zoom meeting with Big Island Deaf Club or learning ASL with Dano on Thursdays.

Stay safe and stay good health!

The team

Online survey for families and caregivers of children, youth or adults with disabilities

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Dear Colleague,

We are writing to ask your help to find out how families and caregivers with children, youth or adults with disabilities are doing during this unprecedented crisis with COVID-19
, and what issues they are facing.

The survey is online and anonymous, and is being sent to identify gaps in the current communication and public health messaging about COVID-19 specific to families and caregivers of children, youth or adults with disabilities and to identify issues facing parents of children with disabilities during this time.

If you are in this category, please help us and fill the survey out. If you are not, can you send to as many caregivers as you can, either through personal emails or mailing lists. The survey is being sent to you by the University of Connecticut Center of Excellence in Disabilities.

The title of this study is “The knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of parents of children with disabilities in response to COVID-19”. It will take up to 15 minutes to complete…

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