CDEAF recognizes that deaf individuals with mental health issues are a marginalized, under researched and under supported group in Canada. The vision of CDEAF is to create a forum to advance collaborative thoughts, ideas, and strategies within the area of mental health and deafness.
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Nov 30, 2016The Centre of Deaf Education & Accessibility Forum (CDEAF) invites ASL interpreters interested in mental health interpreting to join us at King’s University College Friday June 2 – 4, 2017 for our second Mental Health Interpreter Training (MHIT).
Oct 21, 2015Dr. Chovaz has co-authored her first book with Dr. Margaret du Feu, Mental Health and Deafness, which looks at the impact of deafness across the lifespan and serves as a guide for clinicians such as family doctors, social workers, and psychologist.
Oct 16, 2015On Friday, October 16 The Manitoba School for the Deaf hosted a conference on Mental Health and Deafness.