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Come and learn about what the Deaf Well Being Program and Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility (Formerly WIDHH) can do for Seniors and housing!
Felicia D’Amato, DWBP Social Worker
Tammy Gray, Better at Home Program Coordinator
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
3:30 to 6:30 pm
Deaf Well Being Program
300 – 4211 Kingsway in
Need more information, need interpreter or sign up?
Bright blue logo of Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility. Curvy W at left of the name.
Blue fingerspelled hands saying “WBP”. Logo of Vancouver Coastal Health on bottom. Colours are blue and green.