Researchers who study literacy among Deaf and Hard of Hearing students have proposed various theories to explain what helps their reading skills. See what a recent study shows.
Check out NYSED’s Student and Youth Transition Services! The transition from school to work requires a variety of supports and collaborative efforts among education and workforce programs. By working closely with school districts, the P-12 Office of Special Education and community providers, ACCES-VR helps to ensure that all youth with disabilities are prepared for employment, post-secondary education and community living when they leave school. ACCES-VR can provide a range of services to help eligible individuals reach an employment goal.
The Junior NAD, a program of the NAD, offers deaf and hard of hearing students in 7th through 12th-grade opportunities to develop leadership skills, learn and demonstrate citizenship, and meet and interact with students from other schools and states.
Visit the website of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf: one of the nine colleges of Rochester Institute of Technology, a leading career-oriented, technological university recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of America’s “Best College Values,” and by The Princeton Review as one of the top 20 colleges nationwide for “Best Career Services.”
Read a comprehensive guide on choosing the right assistive technology for Deaf students with additional disabilities from the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI).