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Deaf students enrolling in colleges across the country are on the rise and securing access services can be difficult for institutions. Remote interpreting and speech-to-text services are viable options for institutions experiencing: shortages of qualified providers, specific interpreting or captioning…
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Resource Type: Guides
Topics: Remote Services
This book offers guidance before, during, and after the game, including learning objectives as well as a summary of the story and characters. You will also find important vocabulary, activity guides for each chapter, and other supplemental materials…
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Topics: Deafverse
Deafverse is a game about the deaf experience. Sometimes players need to step back and look at the things happening to them in life. That’s why they should get their own strategy guide! This guide uses examples from Deafverse so…
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Topics: Deafverse
Educational and transition planning for deaf students requires a flexible, positive approach, now more than ever. NDC has answered many FAQs about how to find needed resources to support transition, what programs are available in different states, and how to…
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Topics: Transition
Fall 2020 brings many questions for your deaf youth’s education and future. Our research shows family support is so important! While there is a great deal of uncertainty now and in the months ahead, we encourage families to use ways…
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Topics: Transition
No matter which direction your institution goes for Fall 2020 — online, hybrid, or face-to-face — don’t let your deaf students fall through the cracks. Colleges, universities, and postsecondary training programs have a legal responsibility to provide equal access to…
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Topics: Transition
This step-by-step guide explains how to request and use accommodations on tests to help meet career goals. There are a variety of tests you may need to take to get a job or advance in your career…
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Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Testing
Due to the increasing number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), professionals who work with deaf students should expand their capacity to support autistic deaf students, especially in transition planning and postsecondary settings…
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Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Deaf 101, Mental Health & Well-Being, Research & Data
Interpreter consistency is a key element in ensuring effective access and effective communication for deaf people who use interpreters. Consistency in interpreting has many positive outcomes, such as continuity, shared contextual knowledge, improved message accuracy, greater trust between the interpreter…
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Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Interpreters
Topics: Deaf 101, Interpreting
Decisions are made every day about deaf people’s lives without involving deaf people. This needs to change. The lived experience and knowledge of deaf community members must guide policy changes, strategic planning, and programs that are designed to reduce barriers…
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Useful For: Families
Topics: Deaf 101, Mental Health & Well-Being
Deaf youth, like you, have many different hopes, dreams, and goals. Many programs and services are available to help you succeed. One important program is vocational rehabilitation (VR), which helps you plan to reach your educational and career goals….
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Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Testing, Transition
This guide gives disability service offices tools to increase readiness to serve deaf students for online courses through proactive planning and being prepared to respond to requests from students and faculty members….
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Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit, Legal/Policy, Remote Services

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