• n2y
    Connecting students to the world. Each week, students connect with the world through symbol-supported news articles and dozens of worksheets, games, and activities. News-2-You helps thousands of educators develop special education lesson plans, and stands alone as the national newspaper for special education.

  • Deaf Education
    Educational Enhancement for the Field of Deaf Education

  • Deaf Websites/ASL Videos
  • Basic ASL: First 100 Signs
    This page contains links to about a hundred basic ASL signs that are frequently used between parents and their young children. Remember, there is much more to learning American Sign Language than just memorizing signs. ASL has its own grammar, culture, history, terminology and other important aspects. It takes time and effort to become a "skilled language user." But you have to start somewhere if you are going to get anywhere--so dive in and enjoy.

  • American Society for Deaf Children
  • Welcome to the Deaf Education Virtual Library
    Here you will find PowerPoint projects, etc. which can be viewed and used by site visitors. Presenters/lecturers often need ideas and the Virtual Library is a great place to start! We believe this page will be especially helpful to new faculty who need content ideas to discuss in their class. Items are organized by topic/subject matter. At the beginning of each resource file, information is provided regarding the author(s) of the project and who to contact for permission to use it.

  • Deaf Education Resources
    Here are resources that we've gathered to share with you. Links are on this page. (See large movie that will play on the iPhone)

  • Deaf Seahawks fullback stars in commercial that will give you chills
  • DARS
    The DARS, Division for Rehabilitative Services, Office for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS) works in partnership with people who are deaf or hard of hearing to eliminate societal and communication barriers to improve equal access for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. DHHS advocates for people of all ages who are deaf or hard of hearing to enable them to express their freedoms, participate in society to their individual potential, and reduce their isolation regardless of location, socioeconomic status, or degree of disability.

  • Self Advocacy For Deaf or Hard of Hearing
    Current Doctor - This letter will serve as a tool to use with a doctor or health professional that you have used before.

    New Health Profession - This letter will serve as a tool to use with a new doctor or health professionals.

    Employment Application - This letter will serve as a tool when you are applying for a job.

    Work Communication - This letter will serve as a tool to use with employers when a communication problem arises.

    2nd Attempt for ASL interpreter - This letter will serve as a tool to use with your doctor after you have asked for an interpreter before

  • ASL Storytelling
    ASL Storytelling Online Library 
  • http://https://www.cerebralpalsyguide.com/
  • Our national organization provides free educational information, financial options and emotional support for parents and children affected by cerebral palsy.