National Deaf Center

National Deaf Center

@NationalDeafCtr

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Joined on November 22, 2016
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NationalDeafCtr and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
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690. in country United States and category Governmental

"Education is key to where I am today." Awet Moges tells how education, mentors, and taking risks helped him become the #GraphicNovelist he is today. This is @thanatologist's #DeafSuccess story. https://t.co/TAYAR2OrtK

If your deaf student has a concern about interpreters, a process should be in place for addressing these concerns. Find tips on working with students and interpreters: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/D3w0EZYWJe

If your deaf student has a concern about interpreters, a process should be in place for addressing these concerns. Find tips on working with students and interpreters: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/D3w0EZYWJe

There are ways to support deaf students' requests for interpreters to ensure the most effective communication access. For tips, read: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/JHiReBNyYh

There are ways to support deaf students' requests for interpreters to ensure the most effective communication access. For tips, read: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/JHiReBNyYh

Plan ahead and discuss with the deaf student to find the interpreter that will most effectively meet their needs. For tips and procedures, read: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/cr42JHgdEK

Plan ahead and discuss with the deaf student to find the interpreter that will most effectively meet their needs. For tips and procedures, read: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/cr42JHgdEK

Though deaf people already face challenges at work, these challenges have been magnified by #COVID19. Two #DeafAtWork Panels revealed both unique barriers to working at home & working on-site and advice for success. Learn more: https://t.co/rZcqHUWciR https://t.co/hkzXf1c0Cg

Need professional development to improve your work with #DeafStudents and clients? Take free online classes! Many resources offer CEUs or clock hours, including us! Brush up on Deaf 101, Test Equity, Effective Communication Access and more. Learn more: https://t.co/qL58AelOfT https://t.co/GehGns7RRY

Need professional development to improve your work with #DeafStudents and clients? Take free online classes! Many resources offer CEUs or clock hours, including us! Brush up on Deaf 101, Test Equity, Effective Communication Access and more. Learn more: https://t.co/qL58AelOfT https://t.co/GehGns7RRY

#VR100Years: As VR counselors and agencies cope with current crises, here are 8 essential resources every VR counselor needs: https://t.co/6Bfu2rmfBP

Catch Human Rights Educator, Julia Velasquez, who aspires to become the first Deaf astronaut in this free online event by @OhioState bringing together people who are passionate about equitable education and science access. For more info: https://t.co/nndPr8Fbxr

If a #DeafBlind student uses screen reader software, magnifier, or a #braille device, make sure they have access to those accommodations when their classes move online and check in often. For more strategies: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4

#DeafBlindAwarenessWeek #HigherEd #DeafEd https://t.co/ySX9gJO5sL

If a #DeafBlind student uses screen reader software, magnifier, or a #braille device, make sure they have access to those accommodations when their classes move online and check in often. For more strategies: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 #DeafBlindAwarenessWeek #HigherEd #DeafEd https://t.co/ySX9gJO5sL

To ensure deafblind students continue having access, discuss what works best for the student and service providers involved. For more strategies: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4

#DeafBlindAwarenessWeek https://t.co/4Bw9XmxWyc

To ensure deafblind students continue having access, discuss what works best for the student and service providers involved. For more strategies: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 #DeafBlindAwarenessWeek https://t.co/4Bw9XmxWyc

"There is not one way to be deaf or #DeafBlind." Watch Ashlea Haye's story on advocating for #access as a DeafBlind individual. #DeafBlindAwarenessWeek https://t.co/lkYf407ZWp

#PrideMonth is about the “individuality and diversity of the deaf experience” according to Carlos Aponte-Salcedo, a #MentalHealth counselor who is a role model for deaf POC and LGBTQ youth. Watch his #DeafSuccess story & read: https://t.co/5ob59oSbG0 https://t.co/ayKsAqrtXC

Determined to provide services to #DeafYouth despite #COVID19, state leaders from Alabama to Wyoming gathered online to discuss challenges with technology & access, solutions by supporting families, & info about #MentalHealth. #DeafSuccessInEveryState https://t.co/bGmGLqPmHH

Tanya Arriaga is a #DeafBlind AcroYoga teacher who, after working in a job that did not provide appropriate accommodations, decided that she can truly succeed in doing what she loves. This is her #DeafSuccess story. #DeafBlindAwarenessWeek https://t.co/t8e3PIpcuh

First time teaching a #DeafStudent? We got you. Remember, deaf people are not all the same, so be ready to have a conversation about how to best accommodate your student. Learn more: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/Vtx7noZkqn

First time teaching a #DeafStudent? We got you. Remember, deaf people are not all the same, so be ready to have a conversation about how to best accommodate your student. Learn more: https://t.co/03yEEqPmf4 https://t.co/Vtx7noZkqn

#Juneteenth2020 is a celebration of freedom. Justin Folk's #DeafSuccess story as a Black business manager is one to celebrate, along with many other success stories of Black deaf people. Join us in making a commitment to amplify Black deaf stories. https://t.co/zKvI51Bn6K

#DeafEd teachers: Do you have a #DeafStudent who may be lost in your online classroom? Here are some tips to help accommodate deaf students and ensure their success in your class! Read now: https://t.co/afWi5J9T9E

Many schools and colleges now require #FaceMasks in the classroom and on campus, yet how does that affect #accessibility? @NationalDeafCtr Help Team answers your FAQs. https://t.co/vDNZPRLnHz #COVID19 #OSERSGrants

Disability services professionals: Preparing for Fall semester to ensure access for #DeafStudents during #COVID19? Join a panel w/ Allan Sheffield (@rutgers_newark) Jana Mauldin (@madisoncollege) Maria Schiano (@CCM_edu) & Daniel Nakaji (@sdccd). Register: https://t.co/k284EOFryF https://t.co/GXVj8mcbOz

Disability services professionals: Preparing for Fall semester to ensure access for #DeafStudents during #COVID19? Join a panel w/ Allan Sheffield (@rutgers_newark) Jana Mauldin (@madisoncollege) Maria Schiano (@CCM_edu) & Daniel Nakaji (@sdccd). Register: https://t.co/k284EOFryF https://t.co/GXVj8mcbOz

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