You Matter: NDC wants your feedback

Published on December 1, 2023

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At the National Deaf Center, we are committed to empowering all deaf people and ensuring they have equal access to opportunities in education, employment, and beyond. To continue our mission of breaking down barriers and promoting inclusivity, we need your valuable feedback.

Why Your Feedback Matters

Your experiences, insights, and perspectives are crucial in helping us understand the challenges and successes faced by members of the community—as well as how we can better support you. By sharing your feedback, you can contribute to our ongoing efforts to provide helpful resources, webinars, and online modules. Whether you are a student, educator, parent/guardian, or professional, your voice is an essential part of the conversation.

We have created a brief survey to gather your thoughts and opinions. This survey covers a range of topics, and your responses will provide us with valuable information that will shape our services, resources, and initiatives moving forward.

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What We Aim to Achieve

Your experiences, insights, and perspectives are crucial in helping us understand the challenges and successes faced by members of the community—as well as how we can better you. By sharing your feedback, you can contribute to our ongoing efforts to provide helpful resources, webinars, and online modules. Whether you are a student, educator, parent/guardian, or professional, your voice is an essential part of the conversation.

We have created a brief survey to gather your thoughts and opinions. This survey covers a range of topics, and your responses will provide us with valuable information that will shape our services, resources, and initiatives moving forward.

Identifying Areas of Improvement

Your feedback helps us identify areas in which we can improve our communication channels. This insight allows us to develop targeted strategies to address these areas so that we can continue to provide the best resources and information possible.

Improving Resources

By understanding your needs, we can enhance our existing resources and create new ones. Your feedback guides us in developing relevant and impactful materials.

Advocacy Initiatives

Armed with your experiences, we can develop webinars and events where we can discuss the benefits of policy changes and improvements at the institutional level with professionals across the country. Your feedback empowers us to be effective advocates for the rights of deaf individuals on a broader scale.

Confidentiality and Privacy

We understand the importance of privacy, and we want to assure you that all survey responses will be kept confidential. Your personal information will not be shared, and the data will only be used to improve our practices. Your candid responses are crucial in providing an accurate representation of the support we provide and where we can improve.

Stay Connected

Your feedback doesn’t end with this survey. We encourage you to stay connected with the National Deaf Center through our social media channels and newsletters. By staying engaged, you’ll be the first to know about updates, resources, and opportunities to further contribute to our shared mission.

At NDC, we believe in the power of collective action. Your feedback is a vital part of our ongoing commitment to breaking down barriers and creating a more inclusive society. By taking a few minutes to share your experiences, you are helping to shape the future for deaf individuals across the nation.

Thank you for being an essential part of our community. Together, we can continue to make a meaningful impact and create a world where every deaf individual has the opportunity to thrive.

If you are interested in connecting further with us, please send an email to [email protected] or check us out on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

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