Center for Hearing & Deaf Services (HDS) observes its 100th Anniversary today, September 21, 2021. HDS has been in continuous operation since its founding a century ago. Our origin as the Pittsburgh League for the Hard of Hearing began when social work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals was in its infancy. Early members… Continue Reading HDS is Celebrating our 100th Anniversary!
Candidates who are Deaf are encouraged to apply. See all job postings at: www.hdscenter.org (in Career Opportunities, under About Us). Erie, PAHDS has opened an office in Erie and is hiring staff for our Life Skills Program for adults who are Deaf and have intellectual disabilities. Applicants MUST be ASL fluent. Pittsburgh, PAWe have an… Continue Reading WE ARE HIRING in Erie and Pittsburgh
Triple B Farm–July 10 at 9amThe cost of picking berries will be covered, but any other actives will be at your own expense. Fun Fest at Cedar Creek Park–August 8 at 10amThey will have games, crafts, animals, rides, a flea market, and more–everything you need to have a fun day. Activities at your own expense.… Continue Reading DYP is excited to welcome everyone back for summer events!
Pittsburgh Language Access Network (PLAN) is looking for qualified interpreters for all languages. We offer training, a flexible schedule, and competitive salary. Our skilled interpreters work in healthcare settings, schools, and with social service provider agencies. Excellent opportunity to use your language skills to connect with immigrant communities and providers all over Allegheny County. Must… Continue Reading We Are Hiring!
Sign Language classes are currently cancelled due to COVID-19. Please check back for updated information. We hope to be able to reschedule soon. Thank you for your continued interest!
ODHH created a helpful Communications card in the event that you or someone you love needs health care assistance related to COVID-19. Download the card here.
Pittsburgh Fire Chief Darryl Jones applied for federal grant money to cover the cost of signaling/alerting smoke alarms for Deaf/HH residents. The $1 million federal grant also covers fire safety training, which recipients of the special smoke alarms will have to attend. HDS is pleased to partner with Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire on related training… Continue Reading City of Pittsburgh: Free Smoke Alarms for Deaf/HH Residents
HDS is a testing site for the RID NIC Interview & Performance Exam (NICPE). Refer to RID’s website for information or download the NIC Candidate Process document.