Being able to work well with the public is a common concern for employers of deaf individuals, but often, there are more challenges with their own team or coworkers instead. Scott Daily, a patrol sergeant from Erath County Sheriff’s Office, describes the trust he had to build to succeed.
Brenna DeBartolo, the Deaf Founder of Forest Souls, runs a socially conscious apparel company that supports the environment by planting new trees and restore forests through Forest Souls customers’ purchases.
Stories create who we are and define how we understand our shared humanity. Melissa Malzkuhn speaks on her work championing literacy in the deaf community, her family history with storytelling, and gives an introduction to American Sign Language.
Dr. Reijntjes School For The Deaf was established more than three decades ago, in an effort to provide an education to Sri Lanka’s Deaf children, and give them a chance to become productive citizens of the country. We visited the school to get a glimpse into their hopes, fears and ambitions.
It takes a village to raise a child.
In Newton, Massachusetts, Steve Hartman met a young, deaf girl – who is learning to find her voice in a neighbourhood that can’t wait to speak with her.
CBSEN ARTICLEs Article
Did you know that the Transportation Security Administration currently forbids Deaf people from working as officers? Brandon Dopf shares how his experience shows that Deaf people not only have the ability to do this job, but have the tools to excel.
Help us change TSA’s policy! https://www.csd.org/letuswork/