Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing experience the same mental health concerns as their hearing peers and, as such, seek out the same services to address these concerns. However, unlike hearing individuals, those who are deaf or hard of hearing do not always find equitable access to mental health services.
Mental health care for DHH individuals: Needs, risk factors, and access to treatment
Use this tipsheet as a quick reference to learn more about personal development and adjustment issues facing students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
A comprehensive ecological-based protocol for a communication skills evaluation of a person who is deaf and low functioning.
This archived webcast focuses on using a functional approach to communication assessment and interventions.
This archived webcast addresses current challenges in serving the "at-risk" deaf population as they strive for independence, seek meaningful careers, or maintain stability in their jobs.
This archived webcast provides information about the factors that complicate service delivery for individuals who are low functioning and deaf
This archived webcast provides an overview of the low-functioning deaf population, critical issues, and systemic barriers and supports.