Program by Deaf Litercy Initiative
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Deaf Anglophone Literacy Program

Deaf Anglo Literacy Centre

3500 Decarie Blvd. Room 262
Montreal, QC H4A 3J5
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514-486-3771 (TTY/Fax)

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Program Details:

Deaf Anglo Literacy Center offers literacy courses in English, mathematics, computer skills, and life skills for deaf and deaf blind. Because they can help to succeed at work, in personal life and in the community, these skills are very useful in the everyday lives of Deaf people. All courses and workshops are given in American Sign Language (ASL) by Deaf instructors in order that the participants can better understand course material. Unlike traditional schools, the instructing in the center is more flexible and adapted to the needs of deaf participants. Similarly, training and educational materials are created and adapted for deaf literacy learners. Participants attending classes feel less lonely and more socially involved. They are encouraged to take part in DALC’s activities, workshops and meetings. As a result, participants have more self confidence and self-esteem.

Program Objectives

  • Offer literacy courses for the Deaf and Deaf Blind Anglophones
  • Facilitate the independence of the Deaf and Deaf Blind in society by improving their skills in reading, writing and math
  • Adapt appropriate teaching materials for the Deaf and Deaf Blind
  • Defend the right and interests of deaf and deaf blind people with literacy problems.

Any person who is deaf and wants to improve his/her English reading and writing skills, to master basic mathematics skills, or to learn how to use a computer and the Internet can join our literacy workshops.

Program Cost:

No cost