Educational Information

                                                                 How to File an ADA Complaint                                                                  

Published on May 17, 2014

This video discusses how to file an Americans with Disabilities Act complaint. Enjoy!

                                                   Marlee matlin on Deaf And Police Interaction                                                     

Published on Apr 23, 2014
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Actress Marlee Matlin, who is deaf and the wife of a police officer, teamed up with ACLU and advocacy group HEARD, on an American Sign Language video to ensure deaf people know their rights when interacting with law enforcement.

When police officers don't realize deaf and hard of hearing people can't hear them, it has led to police officers brutally assaulting deaf people and other tragedies.

While this video aims to ensure that deaf people know their rights, they can only do so much. It is the responsibility of police departments to ensure that their officers are adequately trained.

We are calling on the Department of Justice to conduct trainings with local police departments on how to better interact with the deaf and hard of hearing.

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NOTE: During interrogations, the ADA requires qualified interpreters, but certified interpreters should always be used where they are available.

                                                        Basic Overview of Medicare                                                     

This video in American Sign Language (ASL) provides an overview of Medicare, including Medicare Parts A, B, C & D. It also discusses Medicare-covered preventive services and the difference between the Medicare and Medicaid programs.


This website provides valuable health information in American Sign Language (ASL) to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community.

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                                                      Social Security Information                                                      

Social Security presents a video in American Sign Language with essential information to help you understand the benefits offered under our Retirement, Disability, Survivors, Medicare and Supplemental Security Income programs. We hope you find the information provided in the video useful. After viewing the video please complete the American Sign Language Video Survey. Your input is important to us. It will help us as we move forward in meeting the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing community.

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