DEAF AND HARD OF HEARINGFind resources about hiring/requesting an interpreter, what the ADA says about your rights, and other relevant information for those who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing. Scroll through for interesting topics or use the Search bar on the right for more specifics.
Petra and Kester Horn-Marsh share their knowledge in an interview with MT&A. Bilingual education can be a benefit to language development.
Petra and Kester Horn-Marsh share their knowledge in an interview with MT&A about language development and depriviation among deaf children.
During Deaf History Month, we remember the value of ASL and Deaf Culture. We celebrate the uniqueness and fullness of this aspect of the American community.
Attorney Brian Flieg offers advice about providing legal services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community. Consider how to provide effective communication.
Are you considering learning sign language but don’t have the tools? Find resources here to learn American Sign Language (ASL) whether on-site or online!
Mike Dubois shares the importance employers empowering Deaf employees using sign language interpreters. Include Deaf employees on the team!
Check out these Deaf perspectives of “A Quiet Place” written by Lee Jackson and Alex Duly. Warning: SPOILERS. Lee and Alex explain both negatives and positives they found in the movie and it’s message as well as use of American Sign Language.
The metamorphosis of sign language access through the years has gone from barely any access to improved access due to the ADA and other laws. But there is still work to do. Lee Jackson shares her experience of access from her childhood to present day.
A job interview between Deaf and Hearing candidates/businesses can be intimidating without the appropriate information, but with preparation everyone can be comfortable with their communication access.
Hospitals may experience some challenges in hiring certified qualified Sign Language Interpreters in medical settings due to their budget or lack of training. But equal communication access is necessary for accurate services and care for Deaf patients.