How can Deaf organizations advocate for sign language rights and accessibility? How can teachers help Deaf students achieve their dreams? How can everyone learn more about Deaf communities?
The Mill Neck International Deaf Center has tool-kits! Best-practice stories! Studies and research! Training manuals! And more!
If a child gives the wrong answer, might the answer still make sense? A story about a girl who saw another meaning for the numeral 11.
Watch as Deaf Bangladesh leader, Wadud, explains his family business and his role in a local self-help organization, the Saidpur Deaf Club.
Sometimes experienced professionals don’t want younger people’s ideas. Norma Morán explains her experience as a young volunteer in Kenya.
A decade ago, he was a novice hairstylist. Now he owns his own Vietnam deaf hairstyling business with many deaf and hearing customers.
Pamela Molina has seen change and progress for Deaf people in Chile. In particular, she sees hope for Deaf women in Chile. Watch her story.
The manual “We Have Human Rights” can help you explain human rights in easy language. If other training manuals are hard to read, try this.
How can parents best raise and communicate with a deaf child? And how can the community help? “Helping Children Who Are Deaf” can guide.
The World Association of Sign Language Interpreters (WASLI) advances the interpreting profession and national associations worldwide.
They are dancers, scientists, athletes, politicians, actors, and more. Learn about 32 world-changing Deaf women from around the globe.
In 2014, a team documented Haiti Sign Language (LSH). Read a blog post or journal article about it, or watch eight videos documenting LSH.
Dr. Christina Yuknis, an associate professor at Gallaudet University, discusses Universal Design for Learning in a hearing classroom for deaf children.
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. Kirk VanGilder explains many points about how we are walking on holy ground when entering Deaf communities in another country.