Online Learning Tools & Information
The Professional Learning Department offers online learning tools and information as a resource to deaf-blind individuals and the people who work with them.
Our online learning tools include:
Advocacy in the Deaf-Blind World (ADBW)Designed for consumers, family members and providers, this web-based training series will increase awareness and knowledge of how to most effectively self-advocate for equal access to communication, transportation, mobility, print/media and technology application.
Video & Transcript
Introducing Advocacy in the Deaf-Blind WorldGo to Introducing Advocacy in the Deaf-Blind World Video.
Americans with Diabilities Act (ADA)
This is a 7-part deaf-blind friendly, accessible video series which summarizes the Americans with Diabilities Act.View the Americans Diabilities Act video series
Support Service Provider (SSP) Information Video Series
This three-part instructional video series focuses on SSPs. Topics covered in this fully accessible video series include:
- What is SSP?
- The difference between a Personal SSP and a Professional SSP.
- Advocating for SSPs.
Communications Technology for People who are Deaf-Blind
This video provides an overview of options for accessing communications technology for people who are deaf-blind. This video has been designed to be accessible to as many people as possible. We have created two versions: one has closed captioning and descriptive visual information, and the other includes a sign language interpreter.
Human Guide Techniques
Signs of Technology: An ASL Resource
This resource is a self-directed reference guide of signs used to describe technology. Explore the full series of videos, which are organized by category and alphabetically, and are presented in American Sign Language, voice, text and with text transcripts of how to produce the signs.LEARN MORE ABOUT SIGNS OF TECHNOLOGY: AN ASL RESOURCE
Technology Assessment Video Series
This five-part instructional video series focuses on providing training and support to technology trainers who are working with people who are deaf-blind in an assessment or training situation. This project is in direct response to a critical need in the field of deaf-blindness for technology trainers who understand how to effectively assess and train individuals who are deaf-blind.
Topics covered in this fully accessible video series include:
- Preparing for the Technology Assessment
- The Interview
- The Assessment
- Writing the Report
- Using a Technology Support Service Provider
Touch Signals: An Overview of Touch Signals
Touch Signals: A Personal Perspective
Video & Transcript
Touch Signals: Maricar's Brief Overview
For additional information, contact PLD@hknc.org.