Using interpreter services in college might be different in other situations. In college you are responsible for planning your own accommodations. Your school might have its own rules for how to request interpreters. Ill show you some tips on how…
While attending Apsen Camp, I was among a diverse group of campers, from those who used ASL, to Signing Exact English. Campers from different academic experiences and environments all in one place, working together….
I went to Florida to spend some time with my mother. She enrolled me in a traditional summer camp in the area. She thought, because I was mainstreamed, that I would get along perfectly fine with hearing students….
For Deaf students, the transition to college can feel overwhelming. Many schools have great accommodations for classes, such as interpreters and CART. But, access can be lacking in other parts, such as dining areas, dorms, and social areas. This is…
Sometimes as deaf people we experience discrimination. This can really impact us especially in college environments. Discrimination doesn’t always look the same, and it can happen in different ways. Here are some examples of discrimination:…
I’m a Deaf college student. That means taking care of my mental health is really important. Discrimination, access issues, and school work all impacted my mental health. I want to show you five self-care methods that I like….
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