The Noah Webster House has a new "tablet tour" available. They are offering free admission to anyone who takes the tour now through January 30. It is fully captioned and they have specifically asked if members of the ASD community would come to try it out. The Noah Webster House is open to the public 1 pm to 4 pm Thursday-Monday, but they may be able to set up another time Monday through Friday if people want to come as a group (no more than 8 people at once since it's hard to share the tablets). To set up a special time, call or email the Noah Webster House. [860-521-5362 or firstname.lastname@example.org]
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As the newly elected President of the Connecticut Association of the Deaf, I thank you for your confidence in me, and invite you to join me in unifying the Deaf community.
CAD's mission has been to promote, protect and preserve the rights and quality of life of our Deaf and Hard of Hearing citizens. As we approach our 75th year anniversary, I am proud to lead CAD in continuing our work to obtain access to all movie theaters in Connecticut, as well as to continue to promote access to services, agencies, education, and technology. CAD continues to grow and evolve and we need to keep our focus in synch with the needs of informed and responsible citizens in a rapidly changing world.
CAD's founding principles to protect the Civil Rights of Deaf citizens has remained steadfast throughout the years. I am proud to have wonderful team of officers and board who are dedicated to the mission of CAD. Together, I believe we can make a difference.
I look forward to working with each of you, and hope you join me in my mission to increase CAD membership to represent the majority of Deaf and Hard of Hearing citizens in Connecticut.
Thank you for your support!