(Excerpt from Access @ FCC) The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) on August 7, 2019, at 2:20 p.m. EDT, with an alternate test date of August 21, 2019. The EAS message will clearly state that the alert is only a test of the EAS. The test must comply with the FCC’s accessibility requirements and the test will include both audio and visual elements as required by the FCC’s rules.
Members of the public and organizations may provide useful feedback on the nationwide test, including any problems observed in the delivery of the EAS message during the nationwide test by reporting their observations to the Public Safety Support Center at https://www.fcc.gov/general/public-safety-support-center.
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Did You Know that the Delaware Division of Human Relations is the agency in Delaware responsible for enforcing State Fair Housing Law, Federal Fair Housing Law and Equal Accommodations Law?
The Division also participates in the mediation of hate crimes, police and community conflict, school related issues and state employment. Knowledgeable and experienced Division staff conduct training on fair housing and equal accommodations to residents, community groups, housing providers, businesses and other organizations.
As part of their commitment to civil rights in Delaware, the Division actively conducts outreach/education throughout the state so that every resident can live free of unlawful discrimination. #ADA, #CivilRights, #Discrimination, #FairHousingAct, #EqualAccommodationsLaw, #NetDE
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Virtual reality is being used to help train police in one of the nation’s largest cities on how to deal with people who have disabilities or mental health issues as part of a pilot program.
Police Turn To Virtual Reality To Train Officers On Those With Special Needs
Please help and share this. Nowadays, the deaf with disabilities clients are struggle with no access to sign language to meet their needs. I have seen how angry/frustrating clients can get when there is no communication in their homes. The staff would label them as a behavior issues to make more problems for the clients.
After she clicked her silver slippers and returned to Delaware from the peculiar world of Oz, Amelia Berg said that she really enjoyed signing during the Delaware School for the Deaf’s production of “Wizard of Oz” so both deaf and hearing people could enjoy the show.
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WASHINGTON (PRWEB) MAY 15, 2019
Communication Service for the Deaf(CSD), the world’s largest deaf-led social impact organization, announced its support of legislation that, if passed, would expand opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing Americans to enlist and serve in the United States military.
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