Quality of Life
Physicians' Perceptions Of People With Disability And Their Health Care.
Quality of life following spinal cord injury: knowledge and attitudes of emergency care providers.
Access to Language, Knowledge, and Incidental Learning
Language deprivation syndrome: a possible neurodevelopmental disorder with sociocultural origins.
Deaf epistemology: Deafhood and Deafness.
Considering parental hearing status as a social determinant of deaf population health: Insights from experiences of the "Dinner table syndrome"
Quick Statistics on Hearing - NIH
Healthcare Anxiety and Avoidance
Why do people avoid medical care? A qualitative study using national data.
Assessing Health Literacy in Deaf American Sign Language Users.
Resource Guide for Supporting Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing Individuals
Healthcare Access for Deaf Patients
Position Statement on Health Care Access for Deaf Patients – National Association of the Deaf Website
Healthcare Language Barriers Affect Deaf People, Too – News Article
Accommodating Hearing Loss in Outpatient Physician Offices in the U.S.
Self-reported hearing loss is associated with poorer perceived health care access...
Needs Assessment of Deaf Communities in Other States
Community-Based Needs Assessment of Oregon’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communities: Final Report
A Census and Needs Assessment for Michigan’s Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing Communities
Physician Knowledge of the ADA
US physicians’ knowledge about the Americans with disabilities act and accommodation of patients with disability.
“Family Dog” by Susan Dupor - Painting
Language Access Public Service Announcement - YouTube Video
Audism: Oppression in the Lives of Deaf Individuals - Online Resource
Effects of Linguisticism and Audism on the Developing Deaf Person
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