Celebrate Communication Fair

May 20, 2011 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

Do you know where I am? I am at George Mason University for Celebrate Communication!

I have my booth including my exhibit, brochures, newsletters, from last January and last month and business cards.

Many people are here. There are many booths everywhere here. They provide a lot of different information and resources.

Many people came to my booth, but mostly for our candies! It was almost gone and I had 1 hour and 45 minutes left. Maybe, the candies will be gone by then.

Check out our pictures from the event on ECNV’s facebook!

“Now in its 8th year, Celebrate Communication is the premier event for deaf and hard of hearing people, their families and friends in the metro area.  With over 50 exhibitors, you can discover a wealth of information all in one place!  See the latest about hearing aids and cochlear implants, hot new technologies, government services, great resources, support groups and more. Test equipment, talk to professionals, and learn strategies that help improve communication.  Step into the Lions Club Mobile Van for a hearing or vision screening test.  Artists and crafters, activities for children, door prizes and a snack bar help make this a fun day for the whole family.  This event is hosted by the Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities.”

By Doreen Solar, ECNV Deaf Peer Counselor


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