Saturday, February 19, 2011

Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center Newsletter - February 19, 2011

Greetings everyone,

A number of things are happening soon.

We have a bowl-a-thon event coming up on March 26, 2011 and if you're interested
in this go to

One of our volunteers said something nice about our agency see the video at

Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center partners with Southern California Edison to
help deaf / HOH save on electricity bills. Upon qualification, 3 wonderful
programs compliment a guaranteed rate reduction helps you use less electricity
and brings your Edison bill way down. For more information send email
[email protected]

We have a booth at the upcoming Pet Expo and more information about this is at
our facebook page and also were starting on the
planning for our 4 week long Orange County Fair education booth. You'll find
this info on our facebook page too.

Richard Roehm, Chairman
On behalf of Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center


Our ebay store

Funds raised would go to supporting a variety of advocacy, training, education,
outreach, and residency programs offered by the Orange County Deaf Advocacy

This link will give you a head start on Valentine's Day shopping\
as theres many non verbal ways to say "I Love You"

Your support is always needed. Please visit the store and see our new items.


Cochlear profit grows amid rising demand for hearing aids

Cochlear Ltd., the world's largest maker of bionic ears, on Tuesday reported a
16% rise in first-half profit as it expanded in emerging markets and people in
developed countries with only one implant opted for a second to improve

Read more at :\


ICSD cancels Winter Deaflympics

The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) has sent out an
announcement to member countries that the 17th Winter Deaflympics are canceled.

Read more at :\


Help us raise some funds with our tupperware fundraiser.

Our tupperware fundraiser


Young robotics students show concept to aid deaf

Young innovators stopped by City Hall on Monday to show officials a new
invention to improve communications and a robot programmed for an upcoming

Read more at :\


Conference set for those who have deaf children

A free one-day conference for northern Illinois families of children from
infants through age 21 who are deaf or hard of hearing is scheduled for Feb. 26
at the Center for Sight and Hearing in Rockford.



Donate to Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center

Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center is a transparent organization serving the
needs of people with disabilities and our transparency is visible at\
and we are current with our State of California reporting requirements.

Give us a hand. Go to


VSA program introduces theatre to oral deaf students

For the past 25 years, the non-profit agency VSA Arts of Michigan Grand Rapids
has been connecting people with disabilities to the arts and art projects.

Read more at :\


Paypal is one super online payment system we all come to know for now. However a
new company called Paybox is rising up using the same babysteps as paypal. They
need at least 3 million members before they can open up to the public and your
help is needed. We will get $10.00 for each new paybox signup. New signups
will be given $25.00 in startup funds. Now isn't that a win win situation for
you and our organization?



Gene detector to prevent child deafness in China

The 21 performers who danced the One Thousand Hands Buddha are admired by the
Chinese people because they succeeded in spite of being deaf. Unknown to most
who watched, 18 of the dancers became deaf because of inappropriate use of

Read more at :


For over 37 years, Labels for Education® has supported organizations across the
country by providing more than $110 million in free educational merchandise.
This year, the Labels for Education program is getting even better with a new
look and focus on the Arts, Athletics and Academic enrichment programs that can
spark children's successes. Labels for Education is also adding new partnerships
and resources. With your help, the Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center can make
this year the best ever! To meet our goals, we need to collect 1,000,000 points.

Campbells Labels For Education Program


National Center on Deafness hosts Miss Deaf CSUN pageant

Silent applause and screams poured out the doors of Plaza del Sol Friday night
as judges crowned this year's Miss Deaf CSUN 2011.

Read more at :\


**** DISCLAIMER ****

The OCDAC Newsletter is designed to share information of interest to people with
disabilities, their friends, associates, and relatives and promote advocacy in
the disability community. Information circulated herein does not necessarily
express the views of The Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center. The OCDAC
Newsletter is non-partisan. OCDAC Newsletter does not sell advertising space.

The Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center is a community based organization that
puts people with disabilities first in their advocacy for equal opportunities in
safety, health, and productive living.

The Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center provides services for disabled
individuals and their families in our community who need help in navigating the
social services maze. Every day people go without proper food, shelter, and
essential medical care every day due to a variety of factors including low
wages, job loss, injuries, illness, age, domestic violence, or divorce. While
all of us are susceptible to hard times, disabled individuals are at the most
risk. With the generous support of people like you, we are able to help many of
these families and individuals not only to meet essential daily needs, but to
work toward a brighter future with programs in job training, education,
counseling, elderly assistance, and temporary housing.

Feel free to forward this email message IN ITS ENTIRETY to anyone and any of
your personal mailing lists so we can get the important messages out far and
wide and encourage them to sign up for our weekly newsletter.

Our physical address is P.O. Box 4339, Santa Ana, California, 92702-4339 and
this email is in compliance with CAN-SPAM Act of 2003.

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