Rural communities often don’t have the amenities of city life, and the lack of services sometimes presents a significant challenge when it comes to learning.
Video-conferencing technology, however, is now making a difference for the deaf in some of Utah’s most hard-to-reach places.
Have you missed any of the NCHAM hosted webinars? You can find recordings of past webinars at the link below.
Check out the Coffee Break Webinar Series Being Offered!
Despite the Deaf population standing at one million people in the U.S., the American Sign Language (ASL) department at Uconn is small. ASL club is a group of students committed to learning about Deaf culture and studying ASL.
To help your child learn how to listen and talk you need to fit new routines into your daily life. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to set yourself up for success in developing these new routines.
Read about one teenager’s perspective on growing up D/HH.