Deaf at Work During the Pandemic: Making Gains with Flexibility, Optimism, and Resilience

State Leaders Gather to Strategize Transition Planning and Services for Deaf Youth During COVID-19

Determined to provide vital transition services for deaf youth despite a global pandemic, 45 leaders in education and vocational rehabilitation (VR) from 25 states gathered online on May 28 for a special event, “Transition Planning in the Time of COVID-19,” organized by the Engage for Change | state team at the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC).

Congratulations, Class of 2020: Celebrating Your #DeafSuccess!

Serving Deaf College Students: A Live Discussion on Navigating COVID-19 and Beyond

Deaf Success Story: Carlos Aponte-Salcedo, School Counselor and Administrator

Join Us for TWO #DeafAtWork Online Panels — May 27 and June 9

Pandemic Taking Unique Toll on Deaf College Students, According to New Poll

As U.S. college students grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll reveals the crisis is taking a unique toll on deaf students.

Seventy-four percent of deaf college students consider online learning harder than traditional learning, and many are being denied American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters, according to a poll by the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes at the University of Texas at Austin.

Seven Tips to Improve Communication with Your Deaf Teenager During COVID-19

Decide, Act, Believe: How to Assess and Empower Self-Determination in Deaf Youth

How to Host Effective and Accessible Online Meetings with Deaf Participants

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