Slide Programs and opportunities

DAD Foundation and Wheel to Drive have partnered together in to help the Deaf community learn the dynamics of driving.

All classes are accessible and will be accommodated by Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA. Interpreters will be available for all classes. We offer classes for adults and teens who are ready to learn how to drive.

Segment One and Segment Two are offered for persons who are under the age of 18.

Adult classes are offered for persons who are 18 years and older.

For more information on how to schedule a class, please contact us at or visit us at

Advocacy Support Program

Whether you need case management services, support for employment, basic life skills training, education or opportunities that will enhance your life, our Supportive Services Program empowers clients to live productive lives regardless of hearing loss.

Our Advocacy Support Program offers information and assistance that will ensure you are aware of legal rights of deaf, hard of hearing or deaf/blind persons.

If you or a family member have been denied interpreting services, need assistance with securing services for your child’s education, or just aren’t sure how to access other services for your deaf, hard of hearing or deaf/blind family member, friend, etc., we can help.

Sign Language Interpreting Services

Sign Language Interpreting Services are provided by BHIS-Blessed Hands Interpreting Services. As a “sister company” BHIS provides accessibility by providing ASL interpreters in all venues, public or private, all levels of government, individual requests and for any business or organization. Our primary goal is to ensure accessibility for the Deaf community. Inclusion is important and vital for everyone to have equal access to goods and services they need to life in society. The Deaf community no different. We provide consultation and ASL sign language classes.

Closed captioning services and Communication Access Real Time, CART services are also available.