Dallas Association of the Deaf, Inc. (DAD) was first organized in 1920 as a Dallas Silent Club, which incorporated in 1949. Then the organization renamed to the Dallas Association of the Deaf, Inc. in 1970. The organization is for D/deaf and hard of hearing people in the Dallas vicinity.
It is our goal to serve the needs and interest of Deaf people to help them achieve their full potential. We also want to preserve our Deaf heritage, culture and American Sign Language (ASL).
About Dallas Association of the Deaf (DAD)
DAD is a non-profit organization with Sec 501 (c) 3. Donations are always welcome! During the last couple of years DAD went under heavy renovations to make our club building inside becomes a more “DEAF-FRIENDLY” environment.
We consist of a wide diversity of people who are members or visitors of our organization. We welcome Deaf, deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people to our location. It’s a place where we all socialize and learn together. From time to time educational presentations and workshops are provided at DAD.
Our Mission is to serve the needs and interest of Deaf people to help them achieve their full potential via increased independence productivity, and integration into society. We also want to preserve our Deaf Heritage, Culture and American Sign Language (ASL).
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