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Community-based services for Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing and Late-Deafened people in Massachusetts, including independent living, health support and education, DeafBlind services, and more. Since 1992, DEAF, Inc. has been providing the only peer-led, Deaf-accessible health access and health education services in MA through our Deaf Health (formerly “Project HOPE”) program. Now, our Deaf...
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ASDC is committed to empowering diverse families with deaf* children and youth by embracing full access to language-rich environments through mentoring, advocacy, resources, and collaborative networks. *ASDC uses the term “deaf” to be inclusive of various hearing levels, including those who are seen as, or identify as Deaf, deaf, or hard of hearing. Learn More. Gallaudet University announced...
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DEAF Inc. is dedicated to providing effective communication access to the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing individuals in the St. Louis metro area through our high quality sign language and ASL interpreters. DEAF Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created by deaf individuals from St....
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Overcoming Isolation Millions of Deaf people all over the world are never taught how to sign so they are unable to have a simple conversation with those closest to them. Without language, a Deaf person cannot connect with people on a deeper level, and many experience …. Psalm 104:10-14 Children...
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A man came into our Employment Development Department office and worked with a Job Placement Coordinator to polish up his resume and cover letter. He then submitted applications to our network of employers. Our Coordinator worked with him in practicing for job interviews and provided interpreters...
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Deaf Linx is your resource for information on deafness, deaf culture, American Sign Langauge (ASL) and all other related topics. Deaf Linx firmly believes that deafness is not a disability, but a condition that produces a sub-culture that should be celebrated. Many people are unaware of all the accomplishments that deaf individuals have made and the unique ways in which they have come together...
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Deaf community. Our goal is to is to bring you the best products available in alarm clocks, amplified telephones and vibrating watches plus low vision products, medical products, mobility products and household products. And Hard of Hearing. Our dedicated staff will provide you with service that is fast and reliable. Browse our site to view the variety of products we have for the. Hearmore, is...
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The Kentucky Association of the Deaf (KAD) is a non-profit organization which aims to improve the quality of life for Kentuckians with a hearing loss. President Nina Coyer has extended the registration deadline to October 1, 2017 so there's still time for you to register! Please check out this new flier and register today! Please be sure to complete the form in the flier and mail it back by...
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Most popular, free public forum for the deaf and hard of hearing. Come share your thoughts and opinions on deaf related topics and issues. Intended for participants looking for jobs to post their qualifications and skills, and for companies or organizations to post any job vacancies available for hire. Deaf hearing relationship, love relationship, long distance relationship, online...
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Articles and resources on deaf culture by deaf writer Mark Drolsbaugh. There's also a Drolz Uncensored page, where you'll have access to some of the more thought-provoking, eye-opening topics that I used to cover as a newspaper columnist. In fact, if you've read any of my articles in DeafNation, Silent News or SIGNews, this is where you'll find more of the same (and then some). There will also...
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The steamer trunk. This kind of trunk was commonly used when people would travel in the 1800's. In addition to collecting the information for this website, the students at ASD also made real "steamer trunks"! Then they made the items pictured at the left of this page to go inside the trunks. When the students at ASD interact in a Deaf Is Project with a public school, we send the school a trunk...
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Deaf Interpreter Services offers professional, nationally-certified american sign language interpreters and other deaf interpreting services globally. Deaf Interpreter Services, Inc. (DIS) provides professional, nationally-certified sign language and oral interpreters, video remote interpreting (VRI), and caption/CART services. Since 1993, DIS has worked with tens of thousands of clients...
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One-on-one assistance and system advocacy to ensure equal access and opportunity to education, employment and public services. Information and consultation for businesses, employers and public agencies about the Americans with Disabilities Act and other applicable non-discrimination laws. Information about your legal rights and strategies for self-advocacy for communication access issues,...
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The importance of athletics is recognized through a variety of sports at OSD. We believe that a balanced education includes a strong athletic program to allow students to expand upon their individual interests and talents. OSD students have the opportunity to travel to surrounding states for competition against their deaf peers as well as hearing peers. Involvement in sports fosters a sense of...
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Become a Member Today and get DDEAF Logo Merchandise to tell the world that you "Share Your Life With A Deaf Dog" You can make a direct donation to one (or more) of the funds that we have set up to help deaf dogs in need, please visit our donation page to see how to do that. You can also donate to DDEAF at no cost to you, by using the links on our affiliates page to visit on-line businesses. We...
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Rochester School for the Deaf is entrusted, empowered, and funded to provide and enhance the educational and life growth experiences in an optimal environment for children and students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. NTID President Gerry Buckley and Retired K-12 Principal Nancy Perry honored with the 2017 Perkins and Lyon Founder’s Awards. Prestigious Founder’s Awards Recognize Exceptional...
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The Indiana Association of the Deaf (IAD) was founded in 1886 by Deaf people who were concerned that Deaf people were not included in the decision and policy-making processes affecting their lives. Today, the IAD is a dynamic and growing organization with strategic partners, and individual members. The IAD serves as an advocate for more than 400,000 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Hoosiers. Indiana...
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NCDB works to improve the quality of life for children who are deaf-blind, their families, and teachers. Click on a state on the map to see the Deaf-Blind Project contact information for that state. 2017 National Webinar: Educational Considerations for Students with Usher Syndrome. New National Task Force on Services for Young Adults with Additional Disabilities. Central Michigan University...
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American Sign Language (ASL) Classes from the Deaf Counseling, Advocacy & Referral Agency (DCARA) Learn ASL in the heart of the Deaf community. Begin your discovery and exploration of the Deaf community and its culture by learning its language and means of expression. You will have fun, learn a new way to communicate and challenge yourself in a meaningful way. Sign Language interpreters for...
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New content added to the Deaf Education Web site: The Knowledge Base section of the Deaf Education Web site now contains a significant of information and resources that are designed to prevent the maltreatment of children with disabilities. This new information can be found under the "O.U.R. Children Project" heading. New publications for the field of Deaf Education:. Hands & Voices is a...
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