Brazos River

Regional Day School Program for the Deaf

Upcoming Events of the BRRDSPD

Tuesday Night Sign Class till October 23rd- (Free Child Care Provided)*

October 21st- Interpreted Play at Theatre Off the Square in Weatherford*

October 22nd-Trooper Dub Gillum-Car Seat Safety 3:45 at Wright Elem*

October 23rd-DHH Transition Fair at Region 10-Seniors

November 1st- November BRRDSPD Family Meeting at PCC*

November 15th-Deaf Action Center- Engage for Change-Hurst Convention Center*

November 27th - Gallaudet Battle of the Books- BRRDSPD Teen Club

December 7th-TCC Signing Santa at the Arlington Skatorium*

*More information in this newsletter.

Brazos River RDSPD Family Meeting- Mom to Mom

Thursday, Nov. 1st, 6-8pm

612 North Rusk Street

Weatherford, TX

Come join this informal gathering. Enjoy a light dinner for you and your children. Come share and learn from other moms all the joys and challenges that come from raising a Deaf/Hard of hearing child. (Free childcare provided)

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Engage for Change

Click here to see a short video sharing about the National Deaf Center- Engage for Change Event- November 15th at the Hurst Conference Center. Come be part of this exciting event.

National Deaf Center- Engage for Change

Thursday, Nov. 15th, 6-8pm

1601 Campus Drive

Hurst, TX

What is Engage for Change | local?

National Deaf Center for Post Secondary Outcomes believes that collaboration on all levels leads to system change. On the local level, community members have the best capacity to assess needs and identify solutions to improve resources and services in their local area. NDC supports local planning teams with a community-based dialogue model structure.

The goal of the project is to increase dialogue between community members, employers, postsecondary transition specialists, parents of deaf children, and many others involved in their local communities to leverage community resources. Dialogue is what leads to ACTION.

Gallaudet Battle of the Books-Brazos River Style

The purpose of the Battle of the Books is to promote literacy amongst DHH middle school students; promote a spirit of academic competition and good sportsmanship; and to encourage critical thinking skills amongst middle school students.

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