Deafverse FAQ: What is Deafverse?

Jun 2, 2020

[Subtitles available in English & Spanish | Subtítulos disponibles en español y inglés]

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Text: What is Deafverse? Deafverse logo appears. Text insert appears: A black man is wearing a mocap suit. He signs.
Deafverse is a free choose-your-own-adventure game that gives players a safe environment to practice self-advocacy skills. Players respond to challenges and conflicts that are part of the deaf experience and allow them to become more confident in facing these situations in real life.
Learn more about communication options, technology and other resources, and how to navigate situations where deaf people might feel at a disadvantage.
Illustrations of a notepad with a pencil, a black girl with earrings, a mobile phone, and a laptop appear on top right.
You can play Deafverse on computers or mobile devices connected to the internet. Play now at school or at home!
Illustrations of a laptop and a mobile phone appear.
Play now!
Text: “This video was developed under a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, OSEP #HD326D160001. However, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the federal government.” Underneath, three logos appear. The first reads “IDEAs that Work” with an arrow drawing a circle from “IDEAs” to “Work” and the words “U.S. Office of Special Education Programs”. The second logo shows a red-and-blue star with text next to it that reads “TA&D”. The third logo shows a blue circle around a tree. In the blue circle are the words “U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.”

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