Sunday, August 12th – Friday, August 17th, 2018


Peaceable Kingdom Retreat Center in Killeen, Texas

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Friday, August 31st – Monday, September 3rd, 2018


Peaceable Kingdom Retreat Center in Killeen, Texas


Backyard Bash

Backyard Bash 2018

Admission: Free for all! It is about giving back to the community! Food & Drinks: Hamburgers and Hotdogs*vegetarian/vegan options available* Date: Saturday, 26 May 2018 1 pm – 5 pm Location: Austin Deaf Club 8818 Cullen Ln, Austin, TX 78748 SSP Request for DeafBlind: As always, if you need a SSP to attend any […]

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DeafBlind Workshop: “I wish I knew” (CEU’s Offered)

** All profits will be donated to DBCTX!!! ** Title: “I wish I knew!” Dating Game Description: Prepare a DeafBlind student for the Real World… Includes Presentations, Stories, Experiences, Panel Discussion, Q&A, and lot of love! CEUS provided!!!!! Presenters: DeafBlind Panelists and Various Guest Speakers Audience: DeafBlind Educators, Interpreters, SSPs, Interveners, and Community Date and Time: […]

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CAAG Workshop on April 14th

What is that? and What the *$#@ did they say? Presented by representatives from DeafBlind Camp of Texas (DBCTX) This will cover several aspects of Tactile ASL Interpreting & SSP Techniques. Information, hands on and simulations will be conducted in ASL only. There is a limited number of 20 spaces left for this workshop. You […]

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SSP Workshops

It makes our heart warm to have so many people wanting to work with the DeafBlind community! Austin Community College (ACC) and the Austin interpreting community collaborated with DBCTX to launch a SSP Training Series. The goal of the workshops is to provide you the skills to be an awesome SSP at any DBCTX events and even bypass the training at the camp. CEUs will be given and all profits will be donated to DBCTX! For more information or to sign up, click below


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Individuals 18 years old and above and with varying degrees of hearing and vision loss known as DeafBlind have always dreamt of a safe, fun, barrier-free place where they could learn from each other and gain rich experiences. It is no longer a dream!

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