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Deafness and Hearing Impairments in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act
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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission offers information on ADA compliance for employees and employers from the application and interview proce...Show more The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission offers information on ADA compliance for employees and employers from the application and interview process to on-boarding. It also includes information about your rights regarding medical privacy and disclosure and safety. Show less
For Employers: Resources on Hiring and Inclusion- DeafTEC
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DeafTEC is a STEM-based center for Deaf and HoH students. It is part of National Technical Institute for the Deaf located in the Rochester Institute of Te...Show more DeafTEC is a STEM-based center for Deaf and HoH students. It is part of National Technical Institute for the Deaf located in the Rochester Institute of Technology. This link will send you to a landing page. On the side you can navigate different for employers such as "Accomodations," "Communicating on the Job," and "Hiring a Deaf Employee." There is a robust resource list available as well. Show less
National Deaf Center
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The NDC webiste is a robust source of resources for Deaf, HoH, and hearing people. There are tip sheets for professionals and employers. If you navigate t...Show more The NDC webiste is a robust source of resources for Deaf, HoH, and hearing people. There are tip sheets for professionals and employers. If you navigate to the the "Resources" link at the top, you will find a large library of information on different topics. Show less
Simple Accommodations for Deaf Employees You May Have Never Considered-SHRM
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The Society for Human Resource Management offers a list of simple accommodations for employers to consider and employ. The Society for Human Resource Management offers a list of simple accommodations for employers to consider and employ. Show less
Guide to Laws, Federal Regulation or Executive Orders Covering Deaf or Hard of Hearing
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Deaf in Government is an organization that supports Deaf and HoH government employees. This is a guide to make sure your workplace is ADA compliant when it comes to Deaf and HoH employees. Know your rights! Deaf in Government is an organization that supports Deaf and HoH government employees. This is a guide to make sure your workplace is ADA compliant when it comes to Deaf and HoH employees. Know your rights! Show less
Etiquette for Co-Workers of Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Employees
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This tip sheet is provided by Deaf in Government, an organization that supports Deaf and HoH government employees. This tip sheet is provided by Deaf in Government, an organization that supports Deaf and HoH government employees. Show less
Remote Workplace Communications Access: Recommendations for Employers During Times of Expanded Telework
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A guide to making sure your Deaf and HoH are supported in their telework provided by the Hearing Loss Association of America. A guide to making sure your Deaf and HoH are supported in their telework provided by the Hearing Loss Association of America. Show less
Public Policy: Employment in the Deaf Community
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Director of Public Policy David Bahar talks about the Deaf community's struggles with chronic unemployment, and highlights an important way in which this ...Show more Director of Public Policy David Bahar talks about the Deaf community's struggles with chronic unemployment, and highlights an important way in which this epidemic can be addressed. *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. Show less
Protecting and Interpreting Deaf Culture | Glenna Cooper | TEDxTulsaCC
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Deaf advocate Glenna Cooper talks about Deaf culture and the value of information-sharing. *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. Deaf advocate Glenna Cooper talks about Deaf culture and the value of information-sharing. *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. Show less
Deaf Culture 101 - Iowa School for the Deaf
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This video was produced by Iowa School for the Deaf. In it Deaf people discuss elements of Deaf culture, communication, and their experiences with audism. *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. This video was produced by Iowa School for the Deaf. In it Deaf people discuss elements of Deaf culture, communication, and their experiences with audism. *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. Show less
Dos and Don'ts of Interacting with the Deaf Community [CC] - The Essential Sign
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This video is about the do's and don'ts of communicating with Deaf people from Youtube creator The Essential Sign. It's important to know good etiquette! *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. This video is about the do's and don'ts of communicating with Deaf people from Youtube creator The Essential Sign. It's important to know good etiquette! *Please note this is a Youtube video which may include ads before the video begins. Show less
AVA.ME - Smartphone Application
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Ava.me is a smartphone app that helps Deaf users and hearing users communicate. It can be applied to group meetings, classrooms, phone calls, and more. It is available for free with limited use and paid with expanded use. Ava.me is a smartphone app that helps Deaf users and hearing users communicate. It can be applied to group meetings, classrooms, phone calls, and more. It is available for free with limited use and paid with expanded use. Show less
Rogervoice- Smartphone Application
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Rogervoice is a smartphone app that captions phone conversations for Deaf users and allows Deaf users to type back to hearing users. It has limited free capabilities and more expanded paid capabilities. Rogervoice is a smartphone app that captions phone conversations for Deaf users and allows Deaf users to type back to hearing users. It has limited free capabilities and more expanded paid capabilities. Show less
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