Organizing Dialogue, Experience and Knowledge for Complex Problem-Solving

RID Denies Members Opportunity to Vote on Motion

by • July 6th, 2019

If you have an immediate negative reaction to the idea of unionizing sign language interpreters, then I would like to ask you—politely, please—to pause for a moment and recognize bias. https://vimeo.com/346498324 Most of us have no idea what it could mean to become a Union. In fact, I am still learning. I’m eager to find … Continue reading “RID Denies Members Opportunity to Vote on Motion”

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Tornadoes and the Deaf Community in Western Massachusetts

by • October 13th, 2011

<center>One in Five (20%) Received Warning through their Town's Special Registry</center>

This survey generated some interesting data which might be useful in generating hypotheses for future testing and eventually guiding design for better warning systems, improved emergency preparation, and the smooth integration of emergency response service delivery to people with so-called “functional needs” or otherwise requiring “additional assistance” – particularly the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing.

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