Live, Work & Thrive
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Services & Resources for
Youths & Adults
Who Live in the
All in a day’s work!
• Meeting Demands • Making Connections • Strength in Diversity
Save the Date!
Join us virtually on October 22, 2020 at 2pm EST to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month! Stay Tuned for more information!
Registration opens October 1, 2020
#NDEAM #HireDeafBlind #INCLUSION
We have collected some resources we hope you find helpful in these unprecedented times. Included are some resources about COVID-19 in English, Spanish, and ASL. Additionally, many individuals are working remotely or trying to continue consumer learning from home, and we have included a variety of resources (some for consumers and some for professionals). This is by no means a comprehensive list, but we hope you will find something for you or your clients.
Work with Us
Are you interested in working with blind or deaf-blind individuals? Explore the possibility of joining our team. We foster an inclusive environment where you’ll have the chance to change lives every day.Learn more about employment and internship opportunities
Learn more about Helen Keller Services' collaboration with The Feeling Through Experience
Inspired by a chance encounter with a deaf-blind man on the streets of Manhattan, writer/director Doug Roland wrote the script for a short film entitled Feeling Through. The film is the first ever to cast a deaf-blind person in a co-leading role. Doug partnered with HKNC in the making of this film and ultimately cast Robert Tarango, a former HKNC student and employee, in the role of the deaf-blind man. Feeling Through tells the story of the unlikely connection between a teen in need and a deaf-blind man. It is about the powerful experiences and meaningful relationships we can have and demonstrates that our capacity to connect transcends our differences.Learn more about the collaboration of The Feeling through Experience and Helen Keller Services
Our website is designed to be inclusive. We’ve followed best practices—and we even created our own gold standards. Check out the viewing options drop-down menu at the top of every page to customize your browsing experience.Learn More About Accessibility Features on Our Website