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I've been studying disability culture, history, and political/social movements in Japan and the United States for the past decade.
USA-IL: Illinois Service Resource Center -- " the coordination center for services for children throughout the State of Illinois who are deaf or hard of hearing and exhibit behavioral and mental health challenges" USA: Captioned Media Program -- "Provides free-loan captioned films/videos service to Deaf/HOH, parents, teachers, and others working with Deaf/HOH; provides free captioning information to media producers/distributors and others; provides listings of captioning agencies; and evaluates captioning agencies who perform open-captioned work for the U. Department of Education." USA: The Verbatim Court Reporters Center contains a searchable database of competent, professional court reporting, realtime, captioning and other related support services.International Deaf Education and Advancement Fund -- a scholarship fund deaf and hard of hearing students from developing countries who demonstrate financial need, maintain an above-average grade point average, and are committed to returning home to help their deaf communities in educational or social advancement Listing of Graduate Schools -- "here you have to search by the topic "special education" and then by the desired region of the U. USA: International Hearing Dog - " We train dogs to assist people that are deaf and hearing impaired at no cost to them.Our organization places dogs all over the United States.These bibliographies were mainly for my own research purposes way, way back in 1995-98.I recoded the general bibliography to include a general reading list. on this site and that was way off" -- Monica Vance These are the only scholarships that I know of.However, I am unfortunately not able to respond to e-mailed questions about Deaf culture or Deaf society.
I would kindly suggest asking the research librarian at your local college for assistance.
There are a bunch of professional people on it and many of the members belong to SHHH (Self-Help for the Hard of Hearing).
If you think this fits your interests, you can subscribe by mailing to " " with a blank subject line and the message "subscribe beyond-hearing".
VRC also serves as a world-wide resource for members of the deaf, hard of hearing, and late-deafened communities seeking to locate realtime and/or captioning services.
Nurse Week's Hearing Loss: the Hidden Epidemic -- written by two RN's who are hearing impaired (their terminology); the article gives a good description of adult onset hearing loss; although is scant on the concept of being culturally Deaf.
To subscribe send a request to and then in the body of the letter type SUBSCRIBE EDUDEAF.