Support the promotion of Jamaica Sign Language as a second language through the development and delivery of appropriate JSL training and educational resources Jamaica’s Deaf community needs this support to participate in nation building and to become included in society. Both Deaf and Hearing alike are asked to share the
Have you ever thought about learning sign language? The Jamaica Association for the Deaf is offering Jamaican Sign Language (JSL) in May. Learn sign language in a supportive learning environment. See the information on the class schedule and costs below: JSL Level 1 – Beginner/Introductory Class Time: 5:30- 8:00 pm
Here’s an article from today’s New York Times on Jamaica. It’s worth a read though it sticks mainly to the usual spots… “I was trying not to slip as I traipsed over the stone pavement in the drizzle at the old fort at Port Royal in Kingston, the “wickedest city
Jamaica’s special needs community has been a major focus for the Digicel Foundation in recent years. For the 2011-2012 financial year, over 25% of the Foundation’s budget totalling over J$151 million, supported initiatives that contribute to the well being of Jamaica’s special needs community. In line with its renewed focus
YardEdge welcomes guest blogger Diana O’Gilvie for this contribution about her adventures as a Jamaican living in Indonesia…. After living in Jakarta, Indonesia for over three months now. I have noticed some similarities between Jamaicans and Indonesians. I moved here to teach English in a private school for one year. One
6. The Digicel Downtown Mural part 1 7. New Puma TV Ad features No Maddz and Usain Bolt 8. Yardedge talks to Winsome Barrett of Winscents, Jamaican candlemaker and entrepreneur
YardEdge welcomes this guest post from writer, Kathleen Hubert. Famous Jamaicans and, especially those living in New York City, have become well-established contributors to both the America and the world. Many noteworthy contributions have been made in areas of politics, the arts and sports – just to name a few.