We are in need of a place for my son to stay temporarily so that he can attend Vector and Hennepin Tech in August. He just finished at MSAD. He has applied for an apartment, but is on a waiting list. If you know of anyone looking for a Roomate near Brooklyn Park please contact him at 218-382-0097 (cell). Thanks!
We are in the process of redesigning this website in order to better serve our Deaf community. Your input is important to help us better serve you and address the needs of our community. This is your site, for you. So please let us know how we can make it better!
If you want to help, click on “Count Me In” and put in your contact information on this URL. We will contact you once we have a meeting planned to convene all those interested.
English Transcript: Hello, my name is Bobbi Cordano.
I am one of the original group of people who founded Metro Deaf School (MDS) back in 1993. This founding group consisted of parents, teachers and deaf community members who collaborated to establish a new bilingual-bicultural program (charter school) for deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind children. I was the first board President when we opened the school. I served on that school board for many years until about 2003.
WHAT: If you receive an email or text message from a company called “Awareness Company – Lottery for the Hearing Impaired,” telling you that you (or a friend) have won money (i.e. $500,000.00), it is a Scam/Fraud, (not true). DO NOT REPLY by email or text message, DO NOT FORWARD their message.
CSD’s Deaf Adult Education now has a Distance Learning program! This is an exciting opportunity that will allow Deaf and Hard of Hearing learners from all over Minnesota to take reading, writing, and math classes through Deaf AE without having to attend on-site classes. Most of the work can be done at home on your own schedule!
TCDeaf.com has been your advocate for over 10 years - providing news, events, and resources for local deaf people. We are undergoing a renovation to provide enhanced services and be more inclusive. Our goal is to create a more informed and engaged deaf community. Our new website is only the start of this process. We hope to continue to upgrade the website to make it easier to use, to be more inclusive and more strongly responsive to the needs of our members.
Community and advocacy do not happen alone. It requires your help and participation. We ask you to provide your input, feedback and support. Please let us know what we are doing right, what we are doing wrong, and how we can do better. Toward this end, we are asking for: