Research Summarized! Designing Accessible Environments

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Designing Accessible Environments is one of five key impact areas identified by the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes in its review of the literature on practices that address root causes of challenges to deaf people’ postsecondary attainment.  

Postsecondary training and education programs are gateways to employment and maximizing one’s potential. There is no permanent or prescriptive “one-size-fits-all” solution to making educational programs and services accessible for deaf learners, especially for a population with a high incidence of co-occurring disabilities.

See the full list of Key Impact Areas.

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