assisted k-12 school districts, community and four-year colleges and universities in the recruitment and retention of
professional staff. The venues used were Times’ Square’s Crowne Plaza, Madison Square Garden and the World Trade
Center in New York City. The event has also been held in Los Angeles and Chicagoland.
Fred has now added the d/Deaf Sensitivity Training Class Seminar to his services. His qualifications come from close
contacts within the Deaf Community, and experiencing first hand many of the major issues that face those with hearing
loss. He has basic communication skills in ASL and interacts with organizations that serve those who truly want to assist
the people who need the understanding of others. Sadly quite a few do not. There is constant outreach to other national
resources and organizations that have experience with the Deaf Community that furthers his education in that arena. He
has consulted with universities that specialize in students who are Deaf.
He has given the d/Deaf sensitivity training to several law enforcement agencies, city management, corrections, courts
and airport personnel, including, but not limited to the following: McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas at the training
center of the North Las Vegas Police Department; in Arizona, the Mesa, Scottsdale, Maricopa City, El Mirage, Town of
Florence, City of Tucson police departments, the Pima County , Pinal County and Maricopa County Sheriff’s Offices,
Tucson City Hall-Human Resources, and the Tucson Fire Department. In Montana, the class was administered to the
Missoula Police Dep’t., Missoula City H.R., Missoula County H.R., Helena Police Dep’t. and many others. He has created
“deaf social nights,” programs that help those who lack auditory and vocal acuity socialize with one another including
those in the hearing world.