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While the Deaf Wellness and Recreation Center remains closed as of the result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to let our community, participants, providers, and families know that we are here to provide meals, support and answer your questions.

Please feel free to contact us via email at providers@dwrc.net.

For inquiries, Contact us today! Phone: 917-363-5808 VP: 347-662-3295 Fax: 347-713-4022 providers@dwrc.net

Hours of Operation M - F: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat - Sun: Closed

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Common Mistakes When Dealing with Deaf-Blind Person

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Simple Ways to Show Love and Care for Deaf-Blind People

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Activities for Seniors with Visual and Hearing Issues

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A Guide to Effectively Interact with Deaf-Blind Persons

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Qualities to Consider When Selecting a Wellness Center

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Activities for Deaf and Blind Elderly

People join recreational groups for many reasons—for enjoyment, exercise, and socialization. They look forward to the daily planned activities, such as Monday bowling, Saturday hikes, or Sunday book discussions. Most of all, when people take...

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