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Resource Presentations Coming this Fall

Jay Nolan Group Companies is devoted to offering help providers to people who’re Deaf Plus, Deaf or Laborious of Listening to

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JNCS in-house American Signal Language (ASL) interpreters assist be certain that everybody can totally take part and talk successfully.

Native incapacity providers nonprofit Jay Nolan Group Companies pronounces 4 useful resource shows for younger adults who’re Deaf and have disabilities.

Having the ability to join with deaf people and households at a youthful age will assist guarantee that gaps in crucial vocational, academic, and behavioral help providers are much less prone to occur.”

— Carlos “Jessie” Acosta

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, August 14, 2023/ — Jay Nolan Group Companies pronounces 4 upcoming useful resource shows specifically designed to empower younger adults who’re Deaf Plus and their households. The shows will happen in September and October 2023, providing precious insights and sources to navigate the world of Deaf help providers in Los Angeles, California.

Deaf Plus (Deaf+) is a time period used to explain people who aren’t solely deaf but in addition have extra disabilities or challenges, akin to mental disabilities, developmental disabilities, or different well being circumstances.

Supervisor Carlos “Jessie” Acosta, who’s main the shows, asserts that entry to sources can break boundaries, embrace alternatives, and empower Deaf Plus people to succeed in their full potential. Acosta says that “with the ability to join with deaf people and households at a a lot youthful age will assist guarantee that gaps in crucial vocational, academic, and behavioral help providers are much less prone to occur.”

JNCS invitations Deaf Plus younger adults transitioning out of highschool (ages 14-22) and households in search of help and steerage to attend these informative shows. Spanish-speaking and Korean-speaking group members are extremely inspired to affix. Assist might be supplied by ASL interpreters and Spanish and Korean language interpreters to accommodate language wants.

Key Presentation Subjects Embody:

1. Understanding Your Rights and Eligibility: Study concerning the rights and providers obtainable for Deaf Plus people. Get insights into the eligibility standards for North Los Angeles County Regional Heart (NLACRC) and Title 22 providers.

2. Accessing Vocational and Instructional Assist: Uncover quite a lot of vocational coaching applications, academic alternatives, and sources tailor-made to your wants as a Deaf Plus particular person.

3. Connecting with the Group: Uncover group organizations, leisure actions, and social alternatives that embrace and help Deaf Plus people.

Presentation Dates and Areas:

September 21, 2023 (6pm-7pm)

Tierra Del Sol Basis

6851 Lennox Ave

Suite 200

Van Nuys CA, 91405

September 28, 2023 (6pm-7pm)

South Pasadena San Marino YMCA

1605 Garfield Ave

S. Pasadena, CA 91030

October 3, 2023 (6pm-7pm)

Cerritos School

11110 Alondra Blvd

Norwalk, CA 90650

October 5, 2023 (6pm-7pm)

Larger Los Angeles Company on Deafness (GLAD)

2222 Laverna Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90041

Registration: To safe your spot for the Deaf Plus Resource Presentations, please RSVP on-line at or contact Carlos “Jessie” Acosta at or (661) 581-0795.

Jay Nolan Group Companies is a California-based nonprofit that gives high-quality individualized help providers to people with autism and different mental and/or developmental disabilities, together with those that are Deaf Plus, Deaf or Laborious of Listening to. For extra info, go to us on-line at:

Carlos “Jessie” Acosta
Jay Nolan Group Companies
+1 661-581-0795
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