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New York School for the Deaf has students from over 70 school districts, as well as New York City. If you'd like more information about the New York School for the Deaf, we'd be happy to hear from you.

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The mission of the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults is to enable each person who is deaf-blind to live and work in his or her community of choice.

Authorized by an Act of Congress in 1967, the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (HKNC) is a national rehabilitation program serving youth and adults who are deaf-blind.

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Sign Language Center was established to bridge the communication gap between the hearing and the deaf communities. All of our instructions are "Native" Deaf individuals coming from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds. We welcome all levels from beginners to advanced students.

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News, events, and resources for deaf people in New York City.

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Captioned Telephone Service is ideal for people who have difficulty understanding spoken words over the telephone. A special telephone called “CapTel™” is required in order to access the Captioned Telephone Service. This amplified telephone works like any other telephone with one important addition—it displays every word the caller says throughout the conversation. Calls are
made in a natural manner---simply dial the telephone number directly of the person you are calling. Captions appear nearly simultaneously with spoken words.

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