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Our Supportive Services Program helps clients acquire support for the essentials of life; our Advocacy Support Program helps them understand their legal rights. Learn American Sign Language and access interpreters for job interviews and doctor visits.


Explore sources for products and communication equipment, get acquainted with important national programs, understand your rights and review educational opportunities.


Deaf and hearing volunteers are invited to join us in informing, educating and fundraising on behalf of the Deaf Community.

A BETTER WORLD FOR THE DEAF begins within the hearing community.

The Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf/Blind have a legal right to many meaningful opportunities, resources and services. The Delphine Alfred Duncan Foundation for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – DAD – was founded in 2011 to help the Deaf community acquire them.

Our public face – Blessed Hands – was created to educate hearing society on the best ways to receive, service and accommodate our community.

Anne Duncan, founder/CEO of both organizations is a child of deaf adults (CODA). She says “I understand the need to work together as a community. God didn’t call us to be separate. He called us to be one nation under Him.”

From student-teacher conferences and employment interviews to doctor visits and court appearances – any time a certified/qualified interpreter is needed to facilitate communication between a hearing and deaf or hard of hearing person – contact us.