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Euopean Deaf Christian Alliance

We want to welcome you into new website of European Deaf Christian Alliance (EDCA) for the first time, as we are usually to contact with some Europe leaders via e-mails. We keep an eye on different countries where we can help one another by finances, encouragement and prayers. And even some of us can go aboard to preach.

Icelandic Association of the Deaf

Icelandic National site - Information/Links and much more

International Federation of Hard of Hearing

IFHOH is registered as a charitable organization at Vereinsregister Amtsgericht Hamburg, Germany (Nr. 69 VR 10 527) and is also an International Non-Governmental Organization having special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council

USA - American Society for Deaf Children

ASDC was founded in 1967 as a parent-helping-parent organization. Today, ASDC is an national, independent non-profit organization whose purpose is providing support, encouragement, and information to families raising children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

USA - Amy's Oasis

Editor`s note: This site is excellentI am deaf and I come from a strong deaf background that goes back several generations. The same thing goes for my hubby, Billy. We are proud deafies!

USA - Children with Deaf Adults

CODA, which stands for Children of Deaf Adults, is a non-profit organization for the adult hearing sons and daughters of deaf parents. The organization began in 1983 and has grown to include people from many different countries and very different family and extended family situations.

USA - Deaf Women United

One of the most significant changes in American society spanning the last few decades are perceptions of women. Women have assumed important responsibilities and are significant players in the making of a better society. Deaf women are key members in this era of social change by being involved in the shaping of this world and our respective communities. Herstorically, successful Deaf women have not made front page headlines or been recognized for their contributions. We currently have a small number of Deaf women leaders at the helm of some very important organizations and institutions; yet we do not have complete access to services and opportunities that are available to hearing women. It is this equal access that ensures an individual the right and ability to lead full and productive lives.

USA - Deaf.com

We are in the process of expanding this site. Check this site out.

USA - Hands On

Welcome to Hands On, a New York based service organization dedicated to providing greater accessibility to arts and cultural events for the Deaf and hard of hearing community. Founded in 1982, its mission is to bring the performing and fine arts to Deaf people of all ages.

USA - Handspeak

HandSpeaktm is the largest, fast-growing popular visual language dictionary online

USA - My Childrens' Journey

I am the mother of two beautiful daughters who were born with a type of hearing loss known as Auditory Neuropathy. Along this journey, we as a family, learned to communicate through sign language. Then, in 1999, we were introduced to a miraculous device known as the Nucleus 24 cochlear implant. This device has given both of my daughters the gift of hearing. Along with the gift of hearing, is the gift of understanding what they hear, and the gift to express themselves through speech. This is something I never could have imagined back in 1997, when my oldest daughter was diagnosed at the age of 2 1/2 years old. It was then, that we entered the "foreign" world of hearing loss and everything it encounters.

USA - National Association for the Deaf

Founded in 1880, the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) is the oldest and largest organization representing people with disabilities in the United States.

USA - Self Help for Hard of Hearing People

SHHH opens the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing information, education, support and advocacy

USA - The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is one of the world`s largest membership organizations and information centers on hearing loss and the auditory approach. AG Bell focuses specifically on children with hearing loss but does address topics impacting people of all ages, providing ongoing support and advocacy for parents, professionals and other interested parties.
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