Watch an interview with Hee-Kyung Cho “Choy” about the situation of deaf rights in South Korea in the year 2009.
Children of Deaf Adults International About 90 percent of the children born to Deaf parents can hear. Meanwhile, many are fluent in both a spoken
A team of researchers share what they learned from researching issues related to international deaf mobility, including travel and sign.
Can the right software help medical communication for deaf patients? Researchers compared using an interpreter, or their software, or both.
In Colombia, deaf people can use free sign language interpreters via the Colombia video relay service to help with phone calls.
Learn what researchers found when they investigated sign languages in Northern Ireland. Similarity to British or Irish Sign Languages varied.
A mother of a deaf girl in Canada believes other parents should learn sign language, too. She believes her whole family is happier with sign.
What can interpreters learn from deaf leaders’ use of sign language interpreters? Researchers interviewed 14 deaf leaders in 7 countries
A technology service in Japan provides accessible emergency broadcast information for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Business can empower. One U.S. business provides sign interpreters and captions–and also does outreach and empowerment for Deaf people.
The author explains the history of the Deaf social movement in U.S. society and how the movement expressed its ideas and empowered itself.
Not all fluent signers are good sign language interpreters. Learn how your country can certify sign language interpreters.
Six guides on classroom interpreting for deaf students can guide interpreters, administrators, and others in helping them access language.