Resources in ASL
Zoom Meeting Rules
Zoom Meeting Etiquette
ASL Video Series from the Center for Disease Control
When to get medical care for COVID-19
Do Your Part To Slow the Spread
Managing Stress and Anxiety
Parents Supporting Children
Caring for Someone at Home Who May Have COVID-19
Coronavirus ASL Hotline
Call Direct in ASL on COVID-19 Questions
ASL Mental Health Services
Mass Partnership: MassPartnership
Walden Community Services: www.tlcdeaf.org/wcs
Signing therapist list: Signing Therapists
National Deaf Therapy (tele-therapy in ASL) National Deaf Therapy: CONNECT TO HEAL
Deaf Counseling Center (tele-therapy in ASL) Deaf Counseling Center | Deaf Therapists for Deaf Clients
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Resource for Deaf suicide hotline: Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Hearing Loss
Our Survivors Center For the Deaf: Home | odscunity
SAMHSA Disaster Distress: Helpline - Deaf Text TalkWithUs to 66746
ASL Mental Health Social Media
VL2: Visual Language and Visual Learning
VL2 is sending a series of emails with different topics. In those emails, they will share research findings from the Visual Language and Visual Learning (VL2), Science of Learning Center. Activities and Tips are included to support you and your family during this pandemic. Links to videos and other resources will be provided, as well.
Coronavirus Visual Tool
To assist Medical Professionals and Deaf and hard of hearing individuals communicate better during medical appointments. This COVID card has been translated to a number of languages and these can be viewed here.
The importance of washing your hands.
Why handwashing is important!