LINK Center provides assistance mainly in the educational setting. The organization has been providing interpreters for students who are deaf enrolled in mainstream classes.
Tutorial services have served not only as aid for students who are deaf to cope with their regular academic loads but also as preparation to enter formal education for beginning learners and to equip out-of-school learners with practical literacy skills to aid them in everyday living.
The sign language training of LINK Center has been accredited by the Philippine Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (PRID) since 2002. This is offered to various groups and individuals.
The people behind LINK Center for the Deaf
Committed to the empowerment and integration of people who are deaf
Teacher Enhancement Program (TEP) 2015: “Doing What is Best for Children Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DAP) in the Early Years” Day 1 PPT: Doing What is Best for Children – Developmentally Appropriate Practices in Kindergarten The Integrated Thematic Approach at the Miriam College Child Study Center The Project Approach A Tool for 21st Century Learning Day […]
Good day teachers! Many teachers are still submitting their reply slips for the Teacher Enhancement Program (TEP) 2015 seminar-workshops. Due to this, WE ARE EXTENDING the DEADLINE of submission of the Reply Slips to AUGUST 07, 2015 (FRIDAY). To those who missed our announcements, LINK Center for the Deaf would like to invite all SPED […]