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Deaf-Friendly Family Vacations

By January 5, 2005

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It is not too soon to make summer plans...as CODAGirl writes:My family is trying to plan a vacation for this coming summer. I'm 24 and hearing. My sister is 13 and HOH. Both my parents are Deaf. I know it's hard enough to find a place that interests all of us, because of our ages. But I was wondering if anyone knew of any particularly Deaf-friendly vacation locales, so we could all be involved in something.

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May 26, 2006 at 4:56 pm
(1) Debi Renner, Innkeeper says:

Hello. Please check out my web site. I won a B&B in East Texas and speak ASL. I am also expereinced in the relay system. There is also a deaf interpretor at our Baptist Church, if you care to visit the church. Please email me with any questions, you may have. Thanks!

September 30, 2007 at 10:59 pm
(2) Jyly says:

just suggesting to go down orlando, fla to go wetn wild … there was over 5 thousands of coda families attended to wetn wild last july 2007..at the end of wet wild event and everyone went up to citywalk unversial studio… there s alot of nightclubs along the citywalk while your deaf parents can chatting with alot of deafies at citywalk outside..no big deal.. im trying to find out to go bahamma cruise with coda before wet wild..wish me luck to find some coda families.. ihave 24yrs old son ( mild hearing loss)however he socialized with hearing world..also i have 22 yrs old deaf daughter .. she do both world..( deaf/hearing) also i have 15 yrs old daughter ( mild hearing loss) she refused to be deaf.. she has more hearing than the 2 oldest sibling..she attending public school with honor roll without interpter..im stuck with either world.. lol..if u know anyone interesting..wet n wild and bahamma cruise after or before the wet n wild..hollar me..

September 30, 2007 at 11:08 pm
(3) jyly says:

hollar me at blendlovily1@yahoo.com about wetn wild…bahama cruise..if there is good numbers of coda that interesting in 2nd week of july..also check out faad website for wetn wild date for 2008….other than that go to deafcruise.com..or Passage deaf travel..that my recommendation..

April 28, 2008 at 3:26 pm
(4) Randy Boude says:

You might be interested to know that Branson Missouri is working very hard to become and stay “Deaf and Hard of Hearing Friendly”. Go to http://www.see-entertainment.com In fact Branson will have it’s first ever Deaf Appreciation weekend on May23rd through 25th 2008. Good luck.

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