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Our Mission for the Deaf Community

Our primary mission is to support and empower the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Planned Deaf Expo to help expose the Deaf-Owned Business, Deaf-Friendly Business, and Deaf-Related Business, also to bring the Deaf community together and awareness of the Deaf community.

What is a

Deaf Expo?

Who are we

The Deaf Expo is where the deaf community gets together during the deaf events. The deaf expo is not only surrounded with deaf people but also with hard of hearing, blind, CODA, and hearing people who are interpreters, supporters for the Deaf and students. During the deaf expo or deaf events, it gives you the experience of the deaf culture and deaf sign language. It also gives you the experience of the deaf business owners, deaf-friendly business and deaf-related business that help the deaf community. The deaf expo is not only just group of deaf people but also help to create a deaf network for the deaf organization.

Our

Deaf Expo

The Idea

The idea of the Deaf Expo is to bring the deaf community together. Also, to bring the Deaf Business Owners, Deaf-Friendly Business, and Deaf Related Business into the Deaf Expo to help and let the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community to be aware of the Deaf Businesses and resources available for them. 

Who are we

It’s a Deaf Thing is managed and operated by a group of volunteers that are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Interpreter, CODA, and Hearing People that loves the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. It’s a Deaf Thing is registered under ProjectDEAF as 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The entire staff of It’s a Deaf Thing, board members and staff of ProjectDEAF are volunteers. You can see our 501(c)(3) nonprofit status at GuideStar

Who do we work with?

There is various type of deafness in the Deaf community. For a better understanding of the Deaf community, there are people that are profoundly deaf and moderate hearing and mild-moderate. Some hearing-impaired wear hearing aids and some don’t. Most of the Deaf community have hearing problems and understand American Sign Language ASL and some does lip reading. Another thing we try to do our best is to bring services for the Deaf during the Deaf Expo.  We work with the Deaf community, Hard of Hearing community and Blind community.  

Register to go to the

Deaf Expo!

The next It’s a Deaf Thing – Deaf Expo is scheduled for October 5, 2019, at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland, Florida.