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Organizations, Agencies, & Businesses

Many Organizations, Agencies, and Businesses provide products and services specially designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Many are owned and/or run by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. We have attempted to assemble a broad listing of resources. Many of these web pages have their own lists of resources. You will quickly discover the wealth of resources and services available.

This website is a product of the Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People. Visit the About Us page for more information about the Coalition and for a list of our member agencies.

Did we miss someone? If you have suggestions for additional resources send an email to editor@michdhh.org.

Index

The following categories are intended to make your search easier. Even so, many organizations do more than one thing and are not easily categorized. We hope you will take some time for browsing.

American Sign Language and Deaf Culture
Arts
Associations, Clubs, and Organizations
Deaf Culture
Education
Employment
Entertainment
Humor
Interpreters
Law
Michigan State Government
Medical
Parents
Product Sales
Publications
Religious Organizations and Programs
Research
Service Providers
Speechreading
Sports
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Resources on the Web


American Sign Language and Deaf Culture

ASL Training
e–Michigan has an extensive listing of ASL Training opportunities in Michigan.

Deaf Culture
e–Michigan has articles on Deaf Culture.

ASL Deafined
ASL Deafined is an online tutorial on ASL Education with one sign at a time or your own pace.

ASL - Fingerspelling
Fingerspelling receptive practice opportunity and more.

ASL Browser
This site offers a number of tools to learn the basics of finger spelling or for more experienced people to improve receptive skills (the hardest part).

Baby Signs: Nurturing Little Hearts and Minds
Teach your baby simple signs and you will no longer have to wonder why she is crying. It’s as easy as waving Bye– Bye.

Deaf Expressions
Dedicated to sharing knowledge of Deaf Culture, hearing loss, and American Sign Language to help break down the barriers of communication and culture. We offer ASL tutoring, classes, workshops, and presentations in a variety of areas. DeafExpressions05@gmail.com
(616) 856-9885 (text)


Hand Speak

This site offers comprehensive American Sign Language (ASL) online dictionary, ASL grammar, manual alphabet (fingerspelling), art and literature, lessons, and others.

Signing Savvy
Signing Savvy is an online sign language video dictionary.

Sign with your Baby
The SIGN with your BABY™ Program teaches hearing parents how to begin two–way communication with their hearing pre–verbal children using Sign Language.

Signing Online Courses
Signing Online offers web-based courses, designed to effectively teach you American Sign Language (ASL) at your own pace from anywhere using your computer, tablet or smartphone. These courses focus on conversational ASL, and use videos to demonstrate the visual nature of signing. The courses are perfect for anyone wanting to learn ASL.
Please email all questions or concerns to info@signingonline.com

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Arts

Michigan Deaf Arts Festival
The Deaf Arts Festival is a Michigan event that celebrates the works of local, national and international Deaf artists. In addition to the artists’ presentations and displays there is entertainment, fine arts, and craft exhibits, a Deaf Art Gallery, a variety of activities, performances, and food tents.

Deaf Performing Artists Network
D-PAN exists to bridge the gaps between the deaf/hard of hearing community, the entertainment industry, and the public at large. We create media designed specifically to serve deaf audiences through the use of American Sign Language (ASL).

National Theatre of Deaf
The National Theatre of the Deaf offers dynamic performance using American Sign Language.

Synergy On Stage
Synergy On Stage
This group support entertainment access by providing ASL interpreters for theaters/performances.

Terp Theatre
(formerly Sign Language Interpreting Theatre at www.terptheatre.com)
This web site supports the sign language interpretation of theatre performances with resources for both novice and experienced interpreters, as well as for theatre staff wanting to learn about sign language

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Associations, Clubs, and Organizations

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell Association)
AG Bell Association is an international membership organization and resource center on hearing loss and spoken language approaches and related issues.
Michigan Chapter: http://www.miagb.com/

Association of Late–Deafened Adults
The Association of Late-Deafened Adults (ALDA) is an international organization that works collaboratively with other organizations around the world serving the needs of late–deafened people.

Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss (AMPHL)
An international organization of Deaf and Hard of Hearing health professionals. Provides assistance and advocacy for people with hearing loss who wish to enter the medical field.

Deaf Queer Resource
The Deaf Queer Resource Center (DQRC) is a national non-profit resource and information center. This site offers information about the Deaf Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community.

Greater Grand Rapids Association of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (GGRAD/HH)
P.O. Box 265
Comstock Park, MI 49321
Established in 2009, the Greater Grand Rapids Association of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (GGRAD/HH) is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization that is dedicated to help distribute educational funds for the deaf and hard of hearing individuals to achieve higher education.

Hard of Hearing Advocates (HOHA)
The goal of Hard of Hearing Advocates (HOHA) is to help hard of hearing (HOH) people by creating and implementing programs and solutions where HOH people have undue problems. We are a non–profit foundation run by volunteers and assisting peers. We seek the advice of industry and others, but to avoid concerns of bias, our functional body is HOH people.

Hearing Loss Association of Michigan
An organization of Michigan citizens who are hard of hearing and belong to the national organization Hearing Loss Association of America. Includes listings of local chapter events throughout Michigan.

Intertribal Deaf Council
The Intertribal Deaf Council is a non–profit organization for Deaf, Deaf–Blind, and Hard of Hearing American Indian, Alaska Native, and First Nations individuals and their families.

Michigan Deaf Association, Inc. (MDA)
A Statewide organization for, by and of Deaf People. MDA is the first statewide deaf organization established in 1887.

Michigan Deaf Community
This website intends to be the source of important information and events in the Deaf Community

National Association of the Deaf (NAD)
NAD bills itself as “the oldest and largest constituency organization safeguarding the accessibility and civil rights of 28 million deaf and hard of hearing Americans in education, employment, health care, and telecommunications.”

National Organization of Nurses with Disabilities
The National Organization of Nurses with Disabilities is an open membership, cross-disability, public education, and advocacy organization that works to promote the full inclusion and acceptance of people with disabilities and chronic health conditions into nursing careers.
Click here to see the NOND ad.
Contact: kjmcculloh@aol.com or karen_batty@rush.edu

Hearing Loss Association
SHHH is a national organization representing the nation’s 26 million people who are hard of hearing.


Self Help for Independency in Michigan Equalizing the DeafBlind (SHI–M=DB) is focused on improving the lives and well being of DeafBlind individuals through educating the public and supporting individuals to realize their potential.
Contact Jill Gaus
Voice/TTY (517) 764–6178
jagaus@sbcglobal.net

 TDI
Also known as Telecommunications for the Deaf, Inc., TDI is a non–profit advocacy organization that promotes equal access to telecommunications and media for individuals who are deaf, late deafened, hard–of–hearing or deaf–blind.

WRAD’s Hearing Loss Outreach
Hearing Loss Outreach is a program of WRAD, Inc. This international association seeks to welcome people with all levels of hearing loss, all communication modes, and educational levels. Hearing Loss Outreach has four components: 1. Education, 2. Research, 3. Charitable, 4. Publications.
For more information write to WRADCEO@aol.com or mail to:
WRAD, Inc.
PO Box 3211
Quartz Hill, CA 93586

World Recreation Association of the Deaf
The World Recreation Association for the Deaf (WRAD) has a mission to inform deaf and hard of hearing people about matters impacting their lives. It is also a non–profit recreational, educational, and cultural organization made up of deaf, hearing impaired and hearing people who live in all parts of the world.

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Deaf Culture


The Red Notebook is a starting point for the public to look for information on deaf culture, sign language, hearing loss, adaptive services and library programs in one place– your public library!

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Education

American Sign Language Teachers Association (ASLTA)
A national organization dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching of ASL and Deaf Studies at all levels of instruction.

Council on the Education of the Deaf
An organization dedicated to the educational enhancement for the field of deaf education.

National Center of Deafness at California State University in Northridge (CSUN)
CSUN strives to be a national model of access and services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing postsecondary students.

Gallaudet University News and Events
Information about and around Gallaudet University

Michigan Schools for Deaf and Blind
A website for and about Michigan’s K–12 school.

National Technical Institute for the Deaf
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) is the world’s largest technological college for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. It is located within Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York.

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Employment

E–Michigan Employment Page
Information about many aspects of employment including: Job seeking, Laws, Info for Employers, Job Opportunities and more...

Michigan Rehabilitation Services
For Michigan residents with a disability, MRS means there is a place to go for individual career counseling and career preparation and placement services. For employers, MRS is a resource for pre–screened worker referrals and solutions to disability–related issues at your place of business.

The TerpJobs.com
This web site list jobs announcements for interpreters nationwide.

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Entertainment



OIC Movies is a web site that presents the best ASL videos from all across the web in one convenient spot. We've done the searching so you don't have to.


National Theater of the Deaf

The National Theatre of the Deaf stands as testimony to the artistry and capability of its Actors.

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Humor

A collection of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and ASL jokes.

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Interpreters

Communication Access Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CACDHH)
1277 West Court St.
Flint, MI 48503
(810) 239–3112 V/TTY
(800) 466–7744 V/TTY
(810) 239–1606 FAX
info@cacdhh.org
http://www.cacdhh.org

Connections for Deaf Citizens
2990 W. Grand Blvd., Suite M–15
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 875–4970 V
(313) 875–4969 TTY
(313) 875–4971 FAX

Deaf C.A.N.!
2111 Orchard Lake Rd, Suite #101
Sylvan Lake, MI 48320
(248) 332-3331 Voice
(248) 332-3323 TTY
(248) 209-6437 VP
(248) 332-7334 Fax
EMail: deafcan@deafcan.org

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
4328 Kalamazoo Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49508
616-732-7358 V/TTY; 616-732-7365 Fax; 616-828-0186 VP
Administrative Assistant Kaity Chulski, receptionist@deafhhs.org

Deaf and Hearing Impaired Services, Incorporated
25882 Orchard Lake Rd., Ste. 100
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248) 473–1875 TTY
(248) 473–1888 V
(800) 867–1977 Toll Free
(248) 474–7938 FAX

Deaf, Hearing and Sign Language Center, Inc.
19185 Wyoming Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48221
(313) 341–1353 V
(313) 861–4669 TTY
(313) 341–4091 FAX

Deaf Link
154 West St.
Battle Creek, MI 49037
(269) 288–0464 V/VP
(269) 288–0465 TTY
(269) 969-6218 FAX

Grand Traverse Industries-Local Interpreter Services Network-LIS'N
Thomas Hoxsie, Deaf Services Coordinator
hosiet@michigan.gov
2883 Aero Park Dr.
Traverse City, Michigan 49686
(231) 932-2418
(231) 922-5330 fax

Expression in Sign
P.O. Box 320063
Flint, MI 48532
(810) 720–4846 V/TTY/FAX
(810) 717–1594 PAGER

The Flint Interpreter
P.O. Box 310506
Flint, MI 48531
(810) 853-0401 V/TTY
Flintinterpreter@excite.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Flintinterpreter/

HSS Employees, Inc.
P.O. Box 561
Flint, MI 48501
(810) 235–5500 V
(810) 233–3323 TTY
(810) 234–4417 FAX

L & L Interpreting Professionals
P.O. Box 3129
Grand Rapids, MI 49501-3129
616-447-0582
lnlinterpreters@yahoo.com

Michigan Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (MIRID)
MIRID assists interpreters in improving their skills, promotes professionalism in the interpreting field, and helps increase public awareness.

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)
RID is a national organization of professionals who provide sign language interpreting/transliterating services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons.

Show Me a Sign
Teresa Clark
Detroit Metro Area
(248) 629-5403 V
VP: (810) 762-0057
AIM: interpretermomma
showmeasign@wowway.com

Signing Pros - ASL Interpreting Services
P.O. Box 71, Sterling Heights, MI 48311
586-932-6090; 586-737-7872 Fax
Emergency Interpreter Hotline 586-718-0344
SigningProsLLC@gmail.com

Sign Language Services of Michigan
Sign Language Services of Michigan is an interpreter referral agency. Voice (586) 778–4188, Text (810) 459–3965, Fax (586) 580-8345 or e–mail: info@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
24 Hour Emergency Services
: (810) 459–3967 or (810) 459–3965.

V.O.I.C.E., Inc.
4274 State Street
Saginaw, MI 48603
(989) 497–7112 TTY
(989) 497–7111 V
(989) 497–9060 Fax
voiceinc@aol.com
http://www.voiceinc-mi.org

WIN-WeInterpret.net
877-788-8454 Phone
888-329-3515 Fax
WIN@WeInterpret.net
http://www.weinterpret.net

The “Michigan Online Interpreter System” has been published since 1981 by the Michigan Division on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing (DODDBHH). We thank the staff of DODDBHH for its fine work. DODDBHH does not have the interpreter directory in print anymore. The advantage of having the online directory is that it is updated daily.

Visit the DODDBHH website ( www.michigan.gov/dodhh)
Or click:

Michigan Online Interpreter System

Contact:
(877) 499-6232 Toll-free Voice/TTY
(517) 507-5223 VP
(517) 241-3963 Fax

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Law

Midwest Center for Law and the Deaf (MCLD)
MCLD promotes and protects the constitutional and civil rights of deaf and hard of hearing persons in the Midwestern United States. Services are designed to bridge the gap between the legal/justice system and the deaf/hard of hearing community.

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Michigan State Government

Michigan Division on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing
This state office concentrates on helping improve the lives of Michigan’s 1 million Deaf and Hard of Hearing citizens. It receives input from its 13–member citizens Advisory Council appointed by the Governor. Services include Technical Support, Information & Referral, Accommodations, Interpreter Information & Services, and Research & Statistics.

Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC)
The mission of the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) is to grow Michigan's economy and enhance the quality of life of its communities by assuring safe and reliable energy, telecommunications, and transportation services at reasonable prices.

Michigan Rehabilitation Services
For Michigan residents with a disability, MRS means there is a place to go for individual career counseling and career preparation and placement services. For employers, MRS is a resource for pre–screened worker referrals and solutions to disability–related issues at your place of business.

The Michigan Telecommunications Act provides certain rights to the deaf and Hard of Hearing communities such as protections against basic local telephone service shutoff (Section 314(b), obtaining a text telephone telecommunications device for the deaf at costs to each individual who is certified as deaf or hard of hearing (Section 315) and "LifeLine" monthly discounts for low income customers for telephone service (Section 316).

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Medical

BAHA
Information regarding surgically implanted hearing aids.

Deaf Doc
Medical information in ASL video.

Enlarged Vestibular Equeduct Syndrome @ About.com
Information on this specific condition.

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Parents

Family Support
e–Michigan has an extensive listing of Family Support web resources.

Hands & Voices
Michigan Chapter Contact:
mihandsandvoices@gmail.com
This parent driven, non–profit organization is dedicated to providing unbiased support to families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.


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Product Sales

Assistive Devices Vendors List
(Additional listing under Communication Accommodations section.)

Wireless Pager Vendors List
(Additional listing under Communication Accommodations section.)

Deaf Mall
Products, travel services, and entertainment on the web.

Connect Hearing
This company sells hearing aids and assistive hearing technology.

HEARMORE.com
Products for deaf and hard of hearing people.

Silent Call Communication
Communication and alerting devices for home and work.

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Publications

American Annals of the Deaf
A professional journal dedicated to quality in education and related services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and adults.

CSD Spectrum
CSD Spectrum is a U.S. publication, distributed world wide. Originating from an organization in South Dakota, the magazine's articles and information are of interest to a large audience of deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing subscribers.

Deaf.com — M.S.M. Productions, LTD
MSM Productions, Ltd., is an independent multimedia company whose motto is “Making the world a better place for the next Deaf generation and for Deaf people now.” Best known as the publishers of Deaf Life magazine, this company also publishes deafness related books and has recently expanded to the web.

DeafDigest
DEAFDIGEST is a free, weekly national on–line newsletter for anyone interested in the deaf

DeafLife
A magazine for and by the Deaf Community.

Deaf Newspaper
A web–based newspaper full of news about the Deaf Community.

Hearing Loss Journal
Hearing Loss Journal is the bi-monthly magazine published by Self Help for Hard of Hearing People.

NAD E–News
NAD E-News is a free publication sponsored by the National Association of the Deaf. (Note: there is a colorful and informative bi-monthly NADmag for NAD members.)



OIC Movies is a web site that presents the best ASL videos from all across the web in one convenient spot. We've done the searching so you don't have to.

SIGNews
SIGNews provides "news for signers and the hearing families and professionals that live with us." Subscribers have access to print and on-line versions of the newspaper.

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Religious Organizations and Programs

National Deaf Religion Organizations
e–Michigan has the listings.

De Sales Center
This De Sales Center is home of Holley Ear Institute’s Family Village and Village Commons as well as other programs for deaf and hard of hearing people and their families.

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Research

Department of Research at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf
The Department of Research at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf conducts applied research that improves teaching and learning processes, advances study of technology and application of communication strategies, and examines occupational and community experiences of deaf society.

Gallaudet Research Institute
The GRI is internationally recognized for its leadership in deafness–related research. GRI researchers gather and analyze data concerning the demographic and academic characteristics of deaf and hard of hearing populations, primarily to provide information needed by educators in the field.

Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Hearing Enhancement (RERC)
RERC is a national project funded by National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) and the US Dept of Education with a mission of finding technological solutions for people with hearing loss.

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Service Providers

ADARA
An organization whose motto is: Professionals Networking for Excellence in Service Delivery with Individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Captioned Media Program (CMP)
The CMP provides a free–loan media program. There are no rental, registration, or postage fees. Several hundred titles are also streamed on the CMP web site. An additional service is a clearinghouse of information and materials on the subject of captioning. These resources are available in print or online. The clearinghouse also maintains a database of captioned media available for purchase.


Communication Access Center (CAC) for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides comprehensive services including interpreting services, educational services, advocacy, social services and behavioral health services. EMail: info@cacdhh.org


The Center for Sight & Hearing works with individuals who have hearing loss, vision loss, or both to help them become independent. Services include training in life skills, career and workplace skills, and communication skills. The Center has a low vision clinic, offers video remote interpreting services, and plans to open a hearing clinic soon. Individuals can find, try, and purchase assistive technology for both vision and hearing loss in our Simple Solutions demonstration and sales center. EMail: info@rockfordcenter.org

Deaf C.A.N.!
A private non–profit organization serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities in southeastern Michigan that offers a variety of services including: Interpreter Referral, case management services, sensitivity training for law enforcement, the Deaf AIDS Program, Hard of Hearing Support Services, and other programs and workshops. EMail: deafcan@deafcan.org

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
This agency provides interpreter services, cultural awareness and sensitivity training, KidSigns for deaf and hard of hearing children, and a HoH outreach program with assistive equipment and referral.
4328 Kalamazoo Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49508
616-732-7358 V/TTY; 616-732-7365 Fax; 616-828-0186 VP
Administrative Assistant Kaity Chulski, receptionist@deafhhs.org

Deaf & Hearing Impaired Services
Deaf & Hearing Impaired Services (DHIS) is a comprehensive service agency providing interpreters, older adult services, advocacy, information and referral, social events, and more.
25882 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 100 Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248) 473–1888 V * (248) 473–1875 TTY * (248) 474–7983 FAX
deafsvcs@aol.com

DeafLINK
Serving the Battle Creek area, this program provides interpreters and other services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Facebook
Address: 154 West St. Upper Level Battle Creek, MI 49017
Phones: (269) 924-0403 VP, (269) 288-0464 Voice, (269) 969-6218 Fax

Michigan Division on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing
This state office concentrates on helping improve the lives of Michigan’s 1 million Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing citizens. It receives input from its 13–member citizens Advisory Council appointed by the Governor. Services include Technical Support, Information & Referral, Accommodations, Interpreter Information & Services, and Research & Statistics.

Paws With a Cause
This organization trains Assistance Dogs for people with disabilities, including people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Sign Language Services of Michigan
Sign Language Services of Michigan provides A.D.A. Compliance Training, Skill Testing, Deaf/Blind and Oral Interpreters, Advocacy and Consultation services. Voice (586) 778–4188, TTY (586) 778–4611, Fax (586) 771–2042 or e–mail: info@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com.
24 Hour Emergency Services
: (810) 459–3967 or (810) 459–3965

VOICE, Inc.
VOICE, Inc. is a full service Deaf Resource Center providing a full array of services including: Sign Language Interpreting (both On-Site and via Video Remote), Advocacy,Community Service Agency Referrals, Disability Awareness and Sensitivity Training, and Sign Language Classes. VOICE, Inc. is an authorized vendor through the Michigan Department of Human Services and local Community Mental Health agencies for In-Home Direct Care Services (Adult Home Help and Community Living Supports.) Our Sign Langauge and Spoken Foreign Language Interpreting Services are available nationwide. All other services are currently offered statewide. Phones: (989) 607-2291 VP, (989) 497–7111 (Voice), (989) 497–9060 Fax, E–mail: voiceinc@voiceinc-mi.org.

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Speechreading

Speachreading (Lipreading)
Extensive resources for the study and practice of Speechreading.

Hearing Loss Help

Speechreading
This website answers questions related to speechreading

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Sports

Dummy Hoy Homeplate
Information regarding the first Deaf major league baseball player.

Michigan Wolverine Deaf Lady Golfers
The purpose of the WDLG is to promote and maintain the best interests and true spirit of the game of golf for deaf and hard of hearing women, to promote understanding of the rules of golf and to provide opportunities for women to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf.

USA Deaf Sports Federation
Provides year–round training and athletic competition in a variety of sports at the state, regional, national, and international level for developing and elite athletes. To assist athletes in developing physical fitness, sportsmanship, and self–esteem.

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Deaf & Hard of Hearing Resources on the Web


An international directory listing all deaf-related websites of various organizations and interests across the globe including the states in the USA and much more!

Deaf and Hard of Hearing @ About.com
This is a website packed with information about hearing loss, Deaf culture, the latest news… anything related to the deaf and hard of hearing worlds.

Deaf News
Deaf News is set up to serve as a single source for news and announcements of interest to all sectors of the Deaf community, including nonprofit organizations, deaf-education teachers, students, and alumni of schools for the deaf, ASL advocates, ITP personnel, interpreters, service providers, and anyone else with an interest in Deaf community events.

Disability Policy Center
This website provides public education, leadership development and training, technical assistance and information dissemination covering a wide range of disability related issues.

HearingExchange
A website for people with hearing loss, parents and professionals. This is an online community for the exchange of ideas and information on hearing loss and related issues. No matter what method of communication you have chosen, you’ll find interesting and supportive information.

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