Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for collaborating on our post series about face mask communication challenges for the D/deaf community during COVID-19.
Inaccessible COVID-19 websites and documents lock out the very users most at risk from the virus.
The pandemic is continuing to have an effect on gadgets.
I purchased a UV sanitizing bag. There’s no way to know if it works.
The use of germicidal lamps has been receiving considerable attention over the last several months as a precaution against the spread of Covid-19.
When school buildings closed in mid-March due to COVID-19, I joined the ranks of Connecticut’s educators, therapists and AT providers who were forced to find creative, alternative ways to provide direct services.
Finding a readily-available solution to communicating while d/Deaf during the pandemic is proving a tad maddening.
If your organization is considering providing remote AAC assessments or is acknowledging a pressing need to determine who might benefit, read on!
Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for explaining some unintended consequences of face masks on the d/Deaf community and the challenges to sewing a solution.
Thousands of Americans never dreamed they’d have to change how they mourn. Here’s some advice and, perhaps, solace based on my own pandemic-driven experience.