Domestic Violence in the Deaf Community: ASADV continues to bring attention to the topic of domestic violence and abuse by sponsoring a one-day conference in Rochester, New York, next month. CyberSafety and CyberBullying are among the timely issues that will be covered. This is a great opportunity to learn more about how domestic violence impacts our community and what you can do about it. See below for more information.
I am happy to announce that Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Victims (ASADV) will be having its first conference on Saturday, January 29th in Rochester, NY (on NTID campus).
We will be discussing issues of Domestic Violence/Abuse Prevention and 3 big C’s of today: Community Accountability, Collaboration & Research, and CyberSafety & CyberBullying. A community discussion as well as lunch will be included! Participants will also receive a Certificate of Participation. The cost is only $20.00 if you register before January 17th (after that the cost is $25). [Interpreters will be provided].
For more information, please visit: http://asadv.org/events-3/upcoming-events/ –> by clicking on this link you will find: conference invitation letter, conference flyer/registration form, and the conference schedule.
Please feel free to contact me ([email protected]) or Erin Esposito ([email protected]) for any questions or for more information. Please also share this event information with others.
Aimee K. Whyte
Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Victims (ASADV)
Hotline: [email protected]
P.O. Box 20023
Rochester, NY 14602