Monday, December 29, 2008

OCDAC's 2009 Resolutions

2009 will be a monumental year for Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center as we have been collaborating with numerous health related organizations to advance our zeal. We have 5 key goals to accomplish in 2009. Most of these goals are similar to our 2008 resolutions. The key goals all fit within our mission and vision statements.

1) Solidifying our leadership direction by adding "more sails to our ship"
a) Increasing the evaluations of irresponsible deaf leadership ( achieved in 2008 )
b) Promoting responsible deaf leadership ( achieved in 2008 )
c) Increasing resources for the Deaf WAI (War Against Indiscipline) program ( exceeded in 2008 )
d) Increasing our resilience to casualty events such as loss of primary youtube outreach account.

2) Focus on deaf evolution
a) Expanding non-confrontational advocacy ( achieved in 2008 )
b) Increasing the support of oral-deaf on staff and board census
c) Increasing the use of technology-based social service concept ( exceeded in 2008 )
d) Expanding our fiscal independence concept ( exceeded in 2008 )

3) Office resources
a) Reduce facilities costs by acquiring additional real estate for the use as office resources ( exceeded in 2008 )
b) Consolidating our expenses to avoid repetition of costs

4) Outreach
a) Participate in deaf events that promote responsible deaf leadeship ( exceeded in 2008 )
b) Focus on events that need exposure to hearing loss outreach ( achieved in 2008 )
c) Develop outreach videos and use the video sharing websites ( achieved in 2008 )
d) Simplify outreach materials for easier transporting, setup, takedown ( exceeded in 2008 )
e) Provide leadership in non-deaf causes (AIDS, Paganism, Medical Innovations, Environmental, etc...) ( achieved in 2008 )

5) Social services
a) Development of web-based social service automation for global access

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In the past 10 years and continuing beyond 2009, the Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center will do what they do better than anything else in the world, ENTERTAIN YOU, with their special brand of deaf advocacy.

We wish everyone a safe, healthy, and productive 2009!


1 comment:

  1. Richard Roehm has dedicated his life to service. He has done this throughout his career as a restaurant manager, a real estate agent, a consumer advocate, and as a deaf advocate. However, Richard’s commitment goes far beyond the requirements of his job. Every day he demonstrates his intense personal passion for helping those less fortunate than himself, especially victims of scams and housing discrimination. I am proud to have had the privilege to work alongside Richard in both of these areas. The people of California and this Nation are better off because of him and people like him.

    Jack Digetaeno
    Orange County Labor