Being proactive is defined as, “taking action to make changes yourself rather than reacting to things that happen.”
Selecting the right assistive listening technology for a campus can be a daunting task.
Study abroad experiences broaden students’ horizons, providing them with exposure to other cultures and languages. In today’s global marketplace these experiences often increase a person’s employability. Students who are deaf or hard of hearing, like their hearing peers, are increasingly seeking out these opportunities to broaden their repertoire of marketable skills.
The following information will help postsecondary institutions plan for communication access at graduation events.
Can the office of disability support services at a postsecondary institution cancel interpreting or speech-to-text services because of excessive student absences? Is it appropriate to continue to pay for services that are not being used?
What can the Student Access Center provide for students in postsecondary institutions? This tipsheet provides an overview of services, legal mandates, and possible accommodations.
The student communicates fine with me in my office, why do they need a sign language interpreter for class?