What are the hours of the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center (DWRC)?
The Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center (DWRC) has 4-hour programs designed for people over 50+ years of age and for people with health issues: morning (8 am-12 noon) and afternoon (1 pm-5 pm). However, some DRWC members may be qualified to attend both programs.
How much will these services cost?
The Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center (DWRC) services are covered by all health insurances: Medicaid, Medicare, all HMOs and Major Medical Insurances.
What types of activities are at the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center?
Daily activities are designed to keep our DWRC members active mentally and physically as well as maintain social interactions. We strive for ASL friendly, positive and relaxing atmosphere. Please view programs and services section of this website that DWRC offers to our members including special activities such as holiday celebrations, birthdays, and so forth. We also welcome any new ideas, suggestions & feedback. Contact Boris@deafwellnesscenter.com
Will the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center (DWRC) provide food?
Yes, the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center (DWRC) will provide two hot meals and a snack to take home. We will adhere to individual dietary needs such as diabetics, gluten free, kosher, vegetarian meal and so on. There is no charge for these meals.
Will I have the transportation services from my home to the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center?
Yes, the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center (DWRC) can arrange the pick-up and drop-off transportation services from home to the center and back at no cost. If you need this service, please contact Linda Cummings at (347) 263-8288.
Does the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center have the parking lot?
Unfortunately, DWRC does not have special parking lot, however, there are usually parking spaces available on the streets during the day near the center. There is a subway station half-block away from the center "D, F,Q and N" trains "Coney Island"-last train stop.
Can I visit the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center?
Yes, we would be happy to see you at the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center. The DWRC will be open in Spring, 2013. Stay tuned for our grand opening date announcements. There will be also pre-opening events in the future. if you are interested in attending pre-opening events, please contact Boris Reytblat, Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center Program Director at email@example.com or call at (347) 263-8520 (VP)
Can I bring someone with me to the Deaf Wellness & Recreation Center?
By all means, you can bring a guest. We strive to protect and respect our member's privacy. There will be some days that guests are welcome. Please register your guest in advance with Linda Cummings, DRWC Administrative Assistant and Hospitality Manager at (347) 263-8288.