Three strong Deaf African women leaders have a message they want to share with other Deaf women around the world! From Ghana and Togo.
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First, his Deaf Center taught sign language to deaf people. Next, the government established a deaf school. Read how it was done.
Typically when you travel to another country with different norms than yours, you learn lessons the hard way.
Did you know that, in some countries, Deaf people can work as interpreters? Watch this Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) story by a Deaf woman, June.
We partner with Deaf Communities internationally to mobilize their capabilities, skills and resources to achieve their human rights through accessible communication and education.
Learn about child development in mainstream school and how this impacts language and academic skills for Deaf students.
The Deaf Development Program in Cambodia works to empower deaf people in education, language, employment, and community.
European Federation of Parents of Hearing Impaired Children (FEPEDA) is an umbrella organization representing parents associations for deaf children.
Explains how one library in the United States provides services to people with disabilities with examples of technology that can help.
Norma discusses considerations entering a community overseas as a Deaf woman, as a Deaf person and then when there, how to work well with people you are there to assist.
Dr. Christina Yuknis, an associate professor at Gallaudet University, discusses Universal Design for Learning in a hearing classroom for deaf children.
Dr. Kirk VanGilder explains many points about how we are walking on holy ground when entering Deaf communities in another country.