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Ohio Association of the Deaf, Inc.

Our mission is to promote educational opportunities, protect and define existing rights of the current and potential deaf and deaf-blind citizens of America, and to solidify their social and economic security.


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We are a non-profit organization incorporated within the state of Ohio to protect the rights of the Deaf citizens. This association has been serving Deaf people of Ohio and has existed for over 50 years. O.A.D. Was first called “The Ohio Deaf Motorists Association” from 1940 to 1961. It changed to Ohio Association of the Deaf in 1961 at which time it was merged with Ohio Federation of Organizations serving the Deaf. We have 10 Districts in Ohio.

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OAD Pandemic Year, 2021

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OAD’s three founders:

Two deaf gentlemen and one hearing insurance agent

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Ohio/National Deaf History Month

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Word of the Week

 

Surrender (verb)

definition: To give up power to another group or person.


Sentence:

British General Cornwallis surrendered to American General George Washington in Yorktown in October 1781. This ended the revolutionary war in America.