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If you are a new customer, please go to the "New Customers" request form. If you are a repeating customer, please use the "Recurring Customers" request form.
Interpreter requests less than 24-hours and/or in case of an emergency, please call
For out-of-state callers: (888) 898-DEAF (3323)
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Upcoming DEAF Inc. Events
Next Session Starts: TBA
ASL Level 1 - 5:30 pm to 7 pm
ASL Level 2 - 7:30 pm to 9 pm
DEAF Inc. has developed a program designed to introduce you to sign language to aid in communication with the deaf or hard of hearing community, and educate those who may be losing their hearing. This program is not design to certify those who are interested in becoming interpreters. The cost of this 6-week program is $30.00. To sign up for classes: click here.
Friday, September 18th
9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Pevely Farms Golf Club
This is a 18-hole 4-person scramble. Shotgun starts at noon. The event includes activities for everyone (golfers, non-golfers, and supporters, alike). Please register in advance no later than August 18, 2015.
To register your team, click here.
Every First Friday; 9 am to 11 am
DEAF Inc. welcomes everyone to their monthly Coffee Chat, where anyone can come and discuss current events, local or national news and enjoy coffee with DEAF Inc. employees! Deaf and hearing people alike are welcome! Curious? Want to come and chat? For more information: click here.
Resources for Employment
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
At DEAF Inc.; 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Perfect workshop for young deaf/hard of hearing adults (age 14 - 21), parents/guardians of deaf/HH youth and employment providers. The panel will include representatives from Alternative Opportunities, DEAF Inc., MERS Goodwill, Paraquad and Vocational Rehabilitation (VR). Click here to download more information.
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Sign Language Classes
Charity Golf Tournament
Monthly Coffee Chat
Resources for Employment
We believe that every individual have a fundamental right to be able to communicate with another.
Cultural responsivity is a complex concept involving the acceptance and acknowledgment of other people’s cultures and cultural values.
We strive to empower the deaf and hard of hearing to achieve stability and to realize their potential as an individual and as a community.
Protecting the basic rights to which all humans are considered entitled: the right to life, liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equal treatment before the law, among others.
In the Spotlight
STRONGER THAN EVER
In 2012, Rick Rush, an accomplished sport artist, was commissioned to paint a collage, representing the mission of DEAF Inc. To summarize his experience, he said that the deaf and hard of hearing community today is "Stronger Than Ever!" thanks to organizations like DEAF Inc. who are breaking communication barriers everyday. Watch more...
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SEAN FORBES
In this DEAF Inc.'s "In the Spotlight" episode, we interview Sean Forbes, a deaf musician on a mission. Music is in his blood, his cells; it's just the way he is. Sean Forbes is living proof that if you have enough passion, magic happens and dreams come true. He talks about his 2014 tour and gives a message to younger deaf and hard of hearing children. Watch more...
DEAF SENSITIVITY TRAINING FOR POLICE OFFICERS
How to handle communication issues when facing deaf and hard of hearing citizens? DEAF Inc., with collaboration with St. Louis County Police Academy, created a training video for police officers and other responders. Watch more...
DEAF Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created by deaf individuals from St. Louis, Missouri. DEAF Inc. provides high-quality sign language and ASL interpreting and translation services at the lowest prices in an effort to enable the deaf and hard of hearing to freely interact with the mainstream society. DEAF Inc. only provides sign language and ASL interpreters who have been certified by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), the Board for Evaluation of Interpreters (BEI), the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA), and/or at least a level of Basic, Advanced, or Masters on the Missouri Interpreting Certification System (MICS). DEAF Inc. is the only non-profit organization whose 100% of all net proceeds go to programs designed to promote awareness of issues related to deaf and hard of hearing communities in the St. Louis, MO metro area.
Phone/VP: (314) 714-6400
FAX: (314) 266-7427
Phone: (314) 968-8868
Toll Free: (888) 893-3323
25 E. Frisco Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63119
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