NL Association of the Deaf

21 Merrymeeting Road, 3rd Floor

     St. John's, NL,  A1C 2V6

   TTY/Voice: (709) 726-6672

        Fax:  (709) 726-6650

 

               nlad@nlad.org   

           



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"As long as we have Deaf People on Earth, we will have signs...our beautiful Sign Language is the noblest gift God has given to Deaf people."

                                                     George W. Veditz
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Newfoundland and Labrador Association of the Deaf is a non-profit organization.  Historically, NLAD is one of the oldest associations of persons with disabilities in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.


The Deaf community is a distinct sociological, linguistic minority of people who are deaf and identify with and particpate in the culture and language of Deaf people which is based on American Sign Language.

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 Butterflies are like Deaf people,  they can do anything except hear

                        Mission Statement


To protect and promote the rights, needs and concerns of people who are profoundly Deaf or who communicate in American Sign Language within the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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We are now on Skype!  Need to contact the NLAD office?  Our user name is nlad1946.  We look forward to seeing you soon.

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In case of an emergency in the St. John's - Metro area please call (709) 722-5555.

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21 Merrymeeting Raod

St. John's, NL A1C 2V6



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