Interested in learning the signs used for Vocational Rehabilitation services? This interactive online resource includes signs, definitions, and vocabulary used in context in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Math Signs and concepts are taught by Chris Kurz, a college math instructor, who is Deaf. The program includes Algebra, Geometry, Caluculus and other math concepts. Remedial math students, interpreters, teachers, and any student of math courses who are Deaf and/or signers will benefit from this videos.
These videos is produced in American Sign Language (ASL) only, no audio or captions are available for this resource."
Use this tipsheet as a quick reference to learn about communication access for a person who is deaf or hard of hearing and who uses speechreading as a means of communication.
Use this tipsheet as a quick reference to learn about communication access for a person who is deaf or hard of hearing and who uses speechreading as a means of communication. (Published in Spanish)
Use this tipsheet as a quick reference for understanding how cochlear implants work.
Use this tipsheet as a quick reference for understanding how cochlear implants work. (Published in Spanish)
How can colleges support students who are Deaf-Blind?
What factors should a student who is deaf or hard of hearing consider when choosing a professional, trade or vocational school for careers such as EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), massage therapy, firefighting, truck driving, and others?
FM systems, including recommendations, purchasing additional components and accessories, use by faculty and staff, etc. (PEPNet Listserv “Past Post”)
Information about stethoscopes and other devices for medical students with hearing loss. (PEPNet Listserv “Past Post”)
PEPNet has been a valuable resource to the University of Arizona for years. Using the listserv, we’ve been able to con...
PEPNet has been a valuable resource to the University of Arizona for years. Using the listserv, we’ve been able to connect with other disability and higher education professionals and stay in up-to-date on emerging issues in deafness and education nationwide. We’ve even been able to locate and hire interpreters for study abroad assignments using the PEPNet network! Most recently, we were in need of information on amplification systems to support our city-wide book festival. The PEPNet team connected us with a colleague with extensive knowledge in assistive listening devices. Using the resources she provided, we found a perfect solution and were even able to serve as a source of information for another service provider who was seeking similar information. PEPNet is like having a team of colleagues in your pocket.
- Carol Funckes, Associate Director of Disability Resource Center, University of Arizona