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Working Together: Deaf and Hearing People Online Course is designed to help employers develop the sensitivity and skills to communicate effectively with deaf and hard-of-hearing employees, enable deaf and hearing colleagues to work together more productively, and assist in fostering a workplace culture of diversity and inclusion. This course is...
This resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides a report and video that explore data on educational attainment in the United States for Deaf individuals. The 16-page report was created by Carrie Lou Garberoglio, Jeffrey Levi Palmer, Stephanie Cawthon, and Adam Sales. In the report, key findings, data, and a research...
The National Center for PTSD, housed within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, works to "improve the care of Veterans and others affected by trauma through its strong commitment to research on the prevention, causes, assessment, and treatment of traumatic stress disorders." As a center of excellence for research and education of post...
This article, from the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) website, discusses computer accommodations for people with mobility impairments. The article discusses the importance of assistive technologies and then provides a descriptive list of computing tools "... that have been effectively used by individuals with...
This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, is from the ACE It! series on acing conversations with potential employers by knowing how to advocate for students, inform the employer how to effectively communicate with employees with disabilities, and educate the employer about workplace accommodations. This tip sheet...
This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, discusses workplace communication and safety for employees with physical disabilities. The guidelines offered cover topics such as engaging in respectful and accessible communication, and how to ensure the safety of people with physical disabilities through preparedness...
This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, provides "strategies for communicating with people who are blind or have low vision." Strategies for one-on-one conversations; group communications and meetings; and telephone or video conference meetings are highlighted. 
This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, provides strategies for communicating with deaf and hard-of-hearing employees and students. Strategies for one-on-one conversations, group communications, and telephone or video conference meetings are highlighted. 
This handout provides information for educators on identifying and supporting students with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). The resource defines OCD, lists facts, explores common obsessions and compulsions in children and youth, examines OCD's impact on performance and learning difficulties associated with OCD, provides examples of OCD...
This web page provides videos and information on classroom activities and support strategies for students with anxiety or obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Accommodations and support strategies for directions, test-taking, reading, writing, decision making, and more are highlighted. Common signs of anxiety and OCD, the social and emotional...