Tag Archive for: accommodations

Deaf Students in Mainstream Education

D/deaf students need accommodations that will help them be successful in their education. Normal hearing students can easily listen and multitask by taking notes during lectures; however, this is not the case for D/deaf people. There are a several accommodations such as ASL interpreter, CART, notetaker, copy of video/transcript, and many more, which I will […]

Accessibility for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing: How Do They Function in the Real World?

  There are a lot of accessibility that Deaf or hard-of-hearing people take advantage of to help them function and be successful in the real world. In addition, there are a few routines or interactions that are different from hearing people. For instance, have you ever wondered how Deaf people know when the doorbell has […]