Madison College Embraces Change for #DeafSuccess

New Live Panel: Learn from Deaf Youth Mentors

Prepare for the Fall Semester by Improving Strategies for Coordinating Accommodations

As Fall semester approaches, the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) is here to help! Whether returning to physical classes, staying virtual, or using a hybrid model, effective coordination and management of accommodations across different settings is complex and multifaceted.

To ensure that your campus is prepared to support accommodation requests, take a system-wide approach that includes key players outside your department — faculty, information technology staff, and campus staff, for example.

Professional Development Spotlight: Back to Basics for Fall

It has been quite the tumultuous year, with ever-changing policies and educational settings. Virtual learning and finding new accommodations for new situations have been challenging for students, families, faculty, and disability services staff. Now more than ever, starting a new school year can be exciting, yet also uncertain for your deaf students.

Effective Tools for Talking About Accommodations with Deaf Students

As colleges, universities, and training programs get ready for the fall semester, it’s time to check in with deaf students about their accommodations.

Strategies for Reopening from Disability Service Professionals

Making Online Events Accessible for Deaf Participants

Engage for Change | state 2021 Regional Meetings Focused on the Challenges and Successes of Life During a Pandemic

When COVID-19 hit, it impacted every state and community across the country. Schools closing, economic uncertainty, limited resources, and the move to an online life for both work and play challenged deaf communities in a multitude of ways.

Family Support is Key for Deaf Youth, and NDC is Here to Support Families

How To Support Deaf Students as Campuses Reopen This Fall

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