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Regional Resource Center on Deafness

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The Regional Resource Center on Deafness is housed in the College of Education along with the Divisions of Deaf Studies and Professional Studies, Teacher Education, and Health and Exercise Science. For over 50 years we have been writing grants to support students in fields such as interpreter training, deaf and hard of hearing education, and rehabilitation counseling. Grant awards from the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) allow us to provide over $620,000 each year in stipends and tuition remissions for students in our undergraduate ASL/English Interpreting Program, our graduate level Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program, and our month-long Rehabilitation Counseling with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adults certificate program. 

In addition to student support, we also provide outreach and technical assistance to interpreters through the Western Region Interpreter Education Center (a part of the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers, funded by RSA), and to adult settings such as colleges and vocational rehabilitation programs that are unfamiliar with providing access to individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf with co-occurring disabilities through a contract with Pepnet 2.

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The RRCD is conducting a Community Needs Assessment for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing Loss communities. The survey is open through August 31st., 2016.

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She had bad experience with interpreters during meeting with her psychology but interpreters seem not follow what she said or follow her exact information then anyhow her daughter is coda and she caught interpreters interpret wrong information and tell interpreters errors. She is wondering how did RID allow this interpreters pass test for RID medicine certified? It is very dangerous to let many interpreters pass the RID general certified can affect hurt deaf community relationship with hearing people in business like doctor or lawyer or teacher, more general etc. it seem RID don't care about deaf community s required best quality interpreters??? Is RId care about $$$$$ to profit for more number of interpreters member to make $$$$??? Deaf community have to do something soon as possible before it getting worst in future. Check up new vlog on www.aslgrades.com "SHARE AWAY PLEASE!!!!!"

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