Join us Friday, October 18 for our next fundraiser! Come see the longest running play “Drunkard at the Tulsa Spotlight and enjoy yourself while helping Jeri’s House! Tickets are only $30 and interpreters will be provided if I’m notified you need one. It’s Friday. October 18 at 7 p.m. Call me to buy tickets or through PayPal on our web site. Seating is limited, so call me today at 918-200-6550 voice/text!
Check out a new book that will be released on August 6, 2019, about Haben Girma, a DeafBlind lawyer who graduated from Harvard Law School.
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Jeri’s House presents the longest running show in America!
The Drunkard and the Olio on Friday, October 18th, 7 pm at the historic Spotlight Theater, 1381 Riverside Drive, Tulsa
Tickets: $30 each with all proceeds benefitting Jeri’s House – “Empowering DeafBlind Individuals to reach their highest potential.”
Great Silent Auction Items too!
Contact Jeri Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to request and interpreter.
Come join the fun while helping Jeri’s House! Snacks available for purchase include chips, candy, soft drinks and beer
This is a wonderful and inspiring story about a woman who is DeafBlind and lives in Australia. The video describes her challenges and successes while providing information about building skills and gaining better mental health. Click on this link for Heather’s story.
We are so excited to share the wonderful news about this wonderful film featuring an actor who is DeafBlind! Check out this awesome film at https://www.seedandspark.com/fund/feeling-through#updates. /23354
On Saturday, Jeri Cooper was honored to be the keynote speaker at the Heartland Council of the Blind’s annual fundraiser, Dining In The Dark. She told her inspiring story and shared her dream about Jeri’s House.
Pictured here is Jeri Cooper and her SSP, Jenese Tucker, at the event in Oklahoma City on Saturday, June 1, at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
The Heartland Council of the Blind (HCB) is a group of blind, visually impaired and sighted people from the Central Oklahoma area who comvisuale together to socialize, discuss issues related to impairment and advocate for a better life for the blind and visually impaired community in Central Oklahoma. The group gathers monthly for a meeting or activity. For more information about the organization, visit www.hcbok.org.
We want to recognize all the amazing professionals who make Oklahoma a more open, accessible and inclusive place for people who are DeafBlind!