Deaf

Deaf

Deaf

Between 2 and 4 people out of every 1,000 in the US are Deaf. There are primarily two categories within this group. People who are culturally Deaf (with an uppercase “D”) have a unique life experience, culture, community, and language: American Sign Language. Other people may be deaf (with a lowercase “d”) in terms of hearing loss but do not share a unique culture and life experience. Take a look at these articles, resources, and events and go in-depth to learn more; there’s relevant information for those who identify as Deaf as well as others who have experienced hearing loss.  

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