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Finally! The big weekend is here! Cincinnati will be hosting, ReelAbilities, the largest national festival dedicated to celebrating the lives, stories and art of people with disabilities. The festival will be held from today, February 27 through March 7, 2015. …

ReelAbilities is the largest national festival dedicated to celebrating the lives, stories and art of people with disabilities. The festival will be held from February 27-March 7, 2015. Deaf Choice will be interpreting for the Awards Luncheon & Premiere Night …

It is that time of year again for this annual event that draws people from all over the region. What a great way to spend a winter day. Visit the booths and see old friends. Like them on Facebook @ …

This past Friday and Saturday I was very humbled and honored to have some of the best interpreters in the tri-state representing us live for the two-day Police Task Force commission discussions held downtown. You all did a fabulous job …

Deaf Choice was asked to provide interpreting services for the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing when they came to Cincinnati, Ohio, on January 30 & 31, 2015. There was interesting dialogue and information related to the topic of …

Sue Thomas was born in Ohio on 24th May 1950. She became profoundly deaf when she was about one and a half years old. Later, kids teased her at school for her disability, yet, she later persevered and went on …

Sorenson VRS recently named their Teachers of the Year. One of the recipients is from Ohio. Brooke Holbaugh is a sixth through eighth grade teacher at OSD. Denyse Woods, OSD pre-K through eighth grade principal, says Holbaugh has gone above …

When and where was the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) founded? It was founded in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1880. The NAD headquarters are currently in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Who was Nellie Zabel Willhite? The first, Deaf, female licensed pilot who defied superstition when she soloed on Friday, January 13, 1928, after 13 hours of flight instruction and even had the number 13 painted on her plane.