Governor’s ADA Coordinator, BMV to Debut New Instrument for the Deaf

Americans With Disabilities Act National Network

Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Director Barbara Jackson-McIntosh and Territorial Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator Julien Henley will meet at the University’s Administration and Conference Center on Wednesday June 30th at 10 a.m. of the Virgin Islands hold a program in St on. Thomas. They will introduce the new GVI Deaf / Hard of Hearing Communication Accommodation Visor Card, which the BMV will make available to deaf drivers when they are stopped by the police.

The social distancing and masking requirements mandated by the Ministry of Health of the Virgin Islands apply to all individuals participating in the program.

Attendees at the event include BMV Director Barbara Jackson McIntosh, ADA Territorial Coordinator Julien Henley, VIPD Deputy Commissioner Celvin Walwyn, the Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, the VI.

The event will take place in the administration and conference center, 1st floor, room 146, UVI Campus St. Thomas

The program will be streamed live on the Government House Facebook page at and at be available

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