Category: Staunton/Augusta/Waynesboro

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About the SAW Chapter

About the SAW Chapter

The Staunton/Augusta/Waynesboro Chapter has been active in promoting the Affordable Care Act and towards the Expansion of Medicaid and closing the coverage gap. The chapter has or ...

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Why Should Deaf People Vote?

Why Should Deaf People Vote?

From Rooted in Rights. ...

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Gallaudet U. Police Chief Trains Virginia Police Recruits on Communicating With Deaf People

Gallaudet U. Police Chief Trains Virginia Police Recruits on Communicating With Deaf People

Published by NBC Washington. Police recruits in Fairfax County, Virginia, received valuable training for communicating with people who are deaf or have partial hearing loss. Galla ...

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Virginia Organizing Calls on Rep. Goodlatte to Protect Health Care

Virginia Organizing Calls on Rep. Goodlatte to Protect Health Care

What: Public demonstration in support of the Affordable Care Act When: Saturday, February 25 at 12 p.m. Where: Court Square, Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg, Va.—The Harrisonburg C ...

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Fight for Your Rights as a Patient

Fight for Your Rights as a Patient

This letter was published in The Nelson County Times. My wife Peggy and I are deaf and need sign language interpreters whenever we have important doctor appointments. My wife had ...

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Statewide Power Analysis

Statewide Power Analysis

Today, leaders from across the state came together in Harrisonburg for our Statewide Power Analysis. We took a break from workshops to stand in solidarity with the People's Climat ...

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Virginia Organizing to Screen ‘Love is Never Silent’ at Wayne Hills Deaf Fellowship

Virginia Organizing to Screen ‘Love is Never Silent’ at Wayne Hills Deaf Fellowship

What: Screening of Love is Never Silent to benefit Virginia Organizing When: Friday, September 30 (doors open at 5 p.m. and movie begins at 6 p.m.) Where: Wayne Hills Deaf Fellows ...

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Virginia Organizing 2016 Annual Report Released

Virginia Organizing 2016 Annual Report Released

The Virginia Organizing 2016 Annual Report is more compact than our past years’ reports, but it is filled with a lot of accomplishments and wins that you helped make happen! You c ...

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Virginia Organizing Grassroots Gathering 2016

Virginia Organizing Grassroots Gathering 2016

Virginians from Harrisonburg to Southwest Virginia to South Hampton Roads and everywhere in between gathered September 16-18 at Smith Mountain Lake 4-H Center to celebrate accompl ...

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Virginia Organizing Pushes for Equal Access to Health Care for Deaf Community

Virginia Organizing Pushes for Equal Access to Health Care for Deaf Community

Charlottesville, Va.—Virginia Organizing leaders are working with several Central Virginia hospitals to improve services for the deaf community, which includes some basic services ...

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