Check out WHOLE ME for the local news below!
March 06, 2021
NewsChannel 9 Interview
Many thanks to Pam Mabee and Natalie Dascoulias from NewsChannel9 for helping spreading awareness about how COVID has impacted the Deaf community. Also thanks to Kaitlin for interpreting throughout the interview!
The link to the NewsChannel 9 Interview here.
June 09, 2020
Many thanks to Michael Benny from CNYCentral, Chris Kovar and Cecelia Clark for the great interview! They discussed how WHOLE ME programs helped Deaf children and families to achieve their goals.
The link to the CNYCentral Interview here.
May 4, 2020
The CBS 5 This Morning Interview
Many thanks to anchor Farah Jadran from CBS 5 This Morning, and Cecelia Clark for the excellent interview! We also want to thank Kaitlin Levine for interpreting. They discussed the current programs and how the face masks impacted the communication of Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
The link to the CBS 5 This Morning Interview here.
April 7, 2020
The Bridge Street Interview
We want to thank The Bridge Street and Cecelia Clark for the amazing interview and for spreading awareness about the Deaf community. They discussed how WHOLE ME created the Virtual After School Programs to bring Deaf and hard-of-hearing children and families together during the COVID-19.
The link to the Bridge Street Interview here.
May 21, 2019
An after-school program for deaf and hard of hearing students will now reach more children with helpful communications and life skills, thanks to a grant from the Central New Community Foundation (CNYCF).
The link to the WSYR-TV Interview here.
May 14, 2019
Spectrum News Interview
Whole Me were recently awarded a $35,000 grant from the Central New York Community Foundation to help more youth and other programs.
The link to the Spectrum News Interview here.
March 1, 2019
Syracuse Woman Magazine Interview
Many thanks to Joelene Orlando and Lindsay Ryan Anthony along with Rebecca Dadley for the interview about Deaf Women's group of CNY. The women of WHOLE ME were hopeful that the Women’s Fund continued to support the Deaf Women’s group to achieve because their work was just beginning.
The link to the Syracuse Woman Magazine here.