10
Jun

National Deaf Academy – Therapy/Medical Negligence

Insurance Journal Negligence or Medical Negligence? Florida Supreme Court Offers Clarity By Janice L. Merrill June 6, 2018 Whether a claim arises out of medical negligence and is subject to the presuit screening requirements of Chapter 766 of the Florida Statutes is a question legal practitioners and courts alike have struggled with for years. In April 2018, the Florida Supreme …

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10
Jun

Jobs for Deaf People: Civil Rights Officer I

CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICER I Recruitment #18-001741-0001 DEPARTMENT Commission on Civil Rights DATE OPENED 6/4/2018 4:30:00 PM FILING DEADLINE 6/25/2018 11:59:00 PM SALARY $36,557.00 – $57,808.00/year EMPLOYMENT TYPE Full-Time HR ANALYST Sheryl Hagood WORK LOCATION Baltimore City Go Back Apply View Benefits Introduction The Maryland Commission on Civil Rights (MCCR) is the agency responsible for enforcement of anti-discrimination and civil rights …

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10
Jun

California’s Deaf Prisoners Stuck Behind Bars

Mother Jones By Samantha Michaels June 7, 2018 In 2016, an inmate in Corcoran, California, faced a dilemma. The parole board wanted to know whether he’d completed any self-help programs during his incarceration, a sign that he’d rehabilitated and could be trusted to go home. The inmate, whose name has been withheld for privacy reasons, said yes: At the Substance …

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29
May

NAD’s position on Mental Health Interpreting

Position Statement on Mental Health Interpreting Services with People who are Deaf The purpose of this position statement is to acknowledge and emphasize the importance and need for specialized sign language interpreting services in the delivery of mental health services to deaf individuals. While direct mental health services are optimal and always preferred, such services are not always available. When …

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May

Therapy, the Deaf Way – National Campaign

May 1st marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month – and the kick-off for Deaf Counseling Center’s month-long national campaign to bring attention to the mental health needs of our Deaf community. It is essential for Deaf people to have access to therapy. Join us – and you’ll have a chance to win a brand new 9.7 inch iPad …

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29
Apr

National Association of the Deaf on Mental Health Services

by National Association of the Deaf Mental Health Services Obtaining mental health services is a personal and private decision.  It can also be very challenging – and especially challenging for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.There are many reasons to seek mental health services.  Mental health care is provided by mental health services and qualified professionals.  Each professional …

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28
Apr

Understanding Deaf People in Counseling Contexts

Understanding Deaf People in Counseing Contexts Published Oct. 1, 2013 in Counseling Today – A pUblication of the American Counseling Association Aimee K. Whyte, Alison L. Aubrecht, Candace A. McCullough, Jeffrey W. Lewis & Danielle Thompson-Ocha We, five Deaf counselors, have come together to write this article to educate our fellow counselors about Deaf culture, the Deaf community and working …

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14
Apr

Stress & Self-Care

Stress is a national epidemic and self-care is critical. When stress is left untreated, it can have a serious impact on the quality of life. Deaf people are even more vulnerable to stress because of the long-term impact of chronic oppression, or audism. In addition to including self-care practices such as healthy eating, sleeping and exercising, going to counseling or …

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9
Apr

Heels for Hope by Deaf Iowans Against Abuse

Deaf Counseling Center’s therapist, Sheli Barber of the Bay Area, California, gave the keynote speech supporting victims of sexual assault and abuse at the Heels for Hope event sponsored by Deaf Iowans Against Abuse in Iowa this past weekend. Sheli shared the alarming fact that 99% of sexual assault perpetrators walk free. She also discussed the 19th century origins of …

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