ASL

  • Supporting Deaf & DeafBlind Survivors

    Deaf people are 1.5-5 times more likely than hearing people to experience domestic and sexual violence. Despite being at greater risk, they face significant barriers to accessing victim services. Many mainstream hearing programs want to serve Deaf survivors, but are...
  • Tips for Working with Remote Sign Language Interpreters

    This resource includes accessibility tips to consider for virtual events and engagements. Consider language and disability accessibility needs for all virtual meetings. This Tip Sheet includes information about: Securing qualified sign language interpreters; Preparing interpreters for the virtual event; Preparing...
  • Working with Deaf Survivors

    This webinar provides information on violence against Deaf people as well as strategies for ensuring language access for Deaf survivors seeking services.
  • Working with Sign Language Interpreters for Events Tip Sheet

    Communication access is essential to any event, but especially those with Deaf or hard of hearing participants. Most events with Deaf or hard of hearing participants achieve effective communication through the help of qualified sign language interpreters.