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Categories: Vocational Rehabilitation, Education, Work Adjustment, Independent Living Skills, Work Experience, ASL Classes
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Categories: Education, Independent Living Skills, Case Management, Transition Services, Family Resources
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Categories: Camps
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Categories: Assistive Technology, Interpreting Services, Advocacy, Job Coaching, Recreation, Support Groups, Social Services, Public Education, ASL Classes
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Categories: Mental Health
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Categories: Employment
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Categories: Education, Deafblind
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Categories: Organizations of the Deaf, Parent Tool Kit, Social Events, Civil Rights Advocacy
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Categories: Religious
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The Mission of the National Black Deaf Advocates is to promote the leadership development, economic and educational opportunities, social equality, and to safeguard the general health and welfare of Black deaf and…

Categories: Affiliate of National Black Deaf Advocates, Black Deaf Advocacy, Black Deaf Organizations, Black Deaf Women Development
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DEAF SERVICES

Among the one in five Alabamians who will need mental health services in their lifetimes are more than 39,000 people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Because deafness or hearing loss poses unique…

Categories: Mental Health Services
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Categories: Early Intervention, Children's Rehabilitation, Vocational Rehabilitation, Independent Living
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Alabama Hands & Voices is a parent led, parent driven non profit organization supporting all families with children who are deaf / hard of hearing regardless of communication choice. We embrace parent and…

Categories: Advocacy, Parent Organization, Parent Peer Support
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AIDB is the nation’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation, and employment system serving individuals who are deaf, blind, deafblind, and multidisabled, and their families. AIDB serves thousands annually…

Categories: Employment, Resources, Training & Outreach, Vocational Services
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Categories: Traditional Relay Services, Captioned Telephone Relay Services, Speech Assistance for Telephone Calls, Telecommunication Device Distribution
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A (not so) BRIEF HISTORY OF MHIT
Alabama's Mental Health Interpreter Training project has been a quarter of a century in the…

Categories: Interpreter Training, Mental Health
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FIND A PROFESSIONAL

ASHA ProFind is your connection to over 20,000 ASHA-Certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists who have indicated they are accepting referrals.

Categories: Audiologists, Audiology Services
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FIND A PROFESSIONAL

ASHA ProFind is your connection to over 20,000 ASHA-Certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists who have indicated they are accepting referrals.

Categories: Speech and Language Pathology, Speech Language Pathology Services
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Categories: Interpreting Services
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Categories: Religious Instruction
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Categories: Interpreting Services
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Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (North Campus) in Talladega, Alabama is the seat of the Gallaudet University Regional Center-South.

GURC South serves the southern portion of the United States and its…

Categories: College Experience, Education, Post Secondary Program, Resources
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Categories: Deafblind, Education
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We are a family-friendly resource designed to inform and support parents and caregivers of deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) infants and toddlers. These earliest years are a critical time in young DHH children’s lives.…

Categories: Deaf Community Support, Early Intervention, Parent Resources, Professional Resources
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Traveling ministry that teaches the gospel through American Sign Language to both deaf and hearing church groups. Programs available upon request.

Categories: Religious
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Deaf individuals experience the same mental health concerns as hearing individuals. Deaf people can have a hard time finding equitable access to mental health services.  We have created a directory that will aid the…

Categories: Drug Counseling
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Categories: Vision Services, Employment
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Categories: Organizations of the Deaf, Senior Citizens Program, ASL Classes, Youth Programs, Arkansas Deaf Community Directory
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Categories: Addiction Services, Alcoholics Anonymous
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Categories: Speech-Language Pathology
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Categories: Organizations of the Deaf-Blind
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Categories: Deaf-Blind, Family Support, Deaf-Blind Census
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Categories: Parent Organization, Family Support
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Categories: Interpreter Organization, Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Affiliate, Interpreter Workshops
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Categories: Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment, Independent Living Services, Technical Assistance and Training, Deaf Community News
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Categories: Relay Services, Traditional Relay Services, Captioned Telephone Relay Services, Speech-to-Speech Relay Services
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Categories: Education, State School for the Deaf, Transition, Employment, Driver Education, Summer Camp
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FIND A PROFESSIONAL

ASHA ProFind is your connection to over 20,000 ASHA-Certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists who have indicated they are accepting referrals.

Categories: Speech Language Pathology, Speech Language Pathology Services
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Categories: Religious
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Categories: Interpreting Services
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Categories: Mental Health (Ages 6-17), Behavioral Health (Ages 6-17), Residential Treatment Program
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Categories: Religious, Deaf Church, Video Sermons
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Categories: Legal Services
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Categories: Addiction Services, Drug Rehabilitation
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The Mission of the National Black Deaf Advocates is to promote the leadership development, economic and educational opportunities, social equality, and to safeguard the general health and welfare of Black deaf and…

Categories: Affiliate of National Black Deaf Advocates, Black Deaf Advocacy, Black Deaf Organizations, Black Deaf Women Development
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Categories: Telecommunication Devices
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Categories: Postsecondary Education, Interpreter Training Program
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