Janet Delgado/Kaweah Delta Nurse Practitioner
Be Heart Smart
Cardiac Health Forum
February 8, 2015
1100 South Sowell Street
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The free event will provide helpful resources, workshops and a lecture for Latino families who have a child who is Deaf or hard of hearing (DHH).
The event, entirely in Spanish (with English captions) is expected to be the first of its kind in the Central Valley.
Keynote speaker will be Irma Sanchez, the founder of Los-Angeles based nonprofit, Deaf Latinos Organization. She will speak about her experience raising 3 deaf sons and her advocacy work on behalf of families of DHH children.
In the California School System, Latinos who identify as DHH make up 50-60% of the population and are the largest minority within the deaf community. Services for this population is limited, which is why the lecture is so important.
Dr. Paul Ogden/Professor Emeritus, Deaf Studies Fresno State
The Silent Garden
Friday, Feb. 26
7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
North Gym 118
They can learn about the following:
Change in State Minimum Wage, Car Seat law
Community Programs to assist with PGE / Rent / Mortgage
Drought Relief Information
Training and Certifications for Farm Workers and regular job seekers
Employment Opportunities for West Fresno County communities
Jaime Galvan/Employment Development Department Representative
Farmworker Appreciation Day
Friday, January 29
1417 Third Street
It includes a 3d printer, innovation lab and much more.
More than 400 people attended the grand opening. www.Fresnolibrary.org