Recent News & Articles
Today is the 157th anniversary of President Lincoln’s Gettysburg address. Watch it here in American Sign Language!
The National Center on Deaf-Blindness has just posted a series of recorded webinars for parents and teachers on instructional strategies for children and youth who are deaf-blind. Check them out here!
President-Elect Biden’s Plan for Full Participation and Equality for People with Disabilities cited recent research on Deaf Education.
Meet ASDC’s newest member school, the Oklahoma School for the Deaf!
Get ready for Thanksgiving with these fun children’s stories in American Sign Language.
Get a clear face mask FREE when you donate $35 or more to ASDC Nov. 13-20, 2020. #GiveASL to a family with a deaf child – and let the world see you smile!
Join us for our first ASDC Story Time! Edna Johnston will sign the new book Can Bears Ski, followed by a lively chat with the author, award-winning Deaf poet Raymond Antrobus. Everyone registered will receive a copy of the book!
How has the pandemic affected deaf children? See how recent changes have impacted learning, socialization, and mental health of deaf kids in this CBS News report.
Get ready for Halloween with these fun children’s stories in American Sign Language.
Are you a parent of a child with a mental health condition, a medical condition, and/or a rare disease? Take this survey on accessing mental health treatment for your child!
Every semester, NTID interns work with ASDC staff to create graphics, newsletters, and print materials. See what they have done!
The Holley Institute is our newest ASDC member organization. Learn about their programs for deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind children in Michigan.
On September 23, Caesar’s Games and generous donors raised nearly $34,000 for ASDC programs in honor of International Day of Sign Languages.
This fun video from Jincy Roberson explains to deaf and hard of hearing kids why people need to wear face masks.
Take this short survey to help college students explore the possibility of starting a music camp for deaf children!