Upcoming Events

Deafopia Events Seattle

February 4, 2023

10 AM – 5 PM

Museum of Flight

4904 E. Marginal Way South

Seattle, WA

Register on line at – https://deafopia.com/seattle-event/


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DBSC will host a fundraising event at the Kraken Community Iceplex where you can skate and socialize for a few hours! A percent from ticket sales will go to DBSC’s mission and activities.
When: Sat, February 25th / 1:30 – 8 pm
Skating session: 2:15 -3:15 pm
ProTacile Happy Hour to follow afterwards at 32 Bar & Grill on site
Where: Kraken Community Iceplex 10601 5th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125
Online ticket: $11 per person with a discount code: DBSC
$5.50 Skate rentals
Kids under 4 – FREE
Free skating aids available!
Buy your tickets/skates here (CLICK ON THE SPECIFIC TICKET: DBSC PRIVATE SKATE): https://tinyurl.com/dbsc2023kraken
Banner ID: a blue background with DBSC logo at top left corner and three skaters with white text: “A fundraising event to support DBSC’s mission and activities.


“Touch Stimulation” by Roberto Cabrera

February 23, 2023

Touch stimulation is a way of proceeding information via touch.  It may be overloaded or underloaded.  The workshop is to explore how our brain functions when proceeding information via touch.  The workshop will be an open space for everyone to ask any questions regards to touch stimulations.

 February 23, 2023

 Cost: $25.00 

CEU’s available

10:00am-10:45am (PST) – Presentation

10:45am-11:15am (PST) – Live Q & A

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_95xM8VyJSmSfTNWyYhctgw

Any questions please contact:

Presenter Bio


Image Description:

Dominican male wearing a blue buttoned down collared shirt. The image zoomed in to his head and shoulders. He sits in front of a body of water, smiles directly at the camera.

Roberto Cabrera is a second-generation DeafBlind, Queer Dominican.  Roberto is known for his work as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, a community outreach specialist, a teacher, and a trainer.  Roberto is one of the leading mentors with the DeafBlind Interpreting Institute. Roberto is a people person and loves spending his time on various community-led projects, and he is an advocate for equal access to promote the quality lifestyle in the community of choice.