What resources are available for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing?

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As of summer 2017, new American Sign Language resources are available for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing!

Disability Rights Ohio and the Deaf Services Center worked together with support from the Ohio State Bar Foundation to create 18 videos explaining legal rights and remedies in ASL as well as services available through DRO.

The resources are available at http://www.disabilityrightsohio.org/deaf-hard-hearing.

Examples include “Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing can get help to communicate in court” and “Your right to effective communication with medical and other treatment providers” among many other important topics.

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