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<p>The most effective way is to engage in the <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/iptools" target="_blank">interactive process</a> to learn about each deaf student&rsquo;s unique needs. It can also be helpful to review the different <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/topics/accommodations-101" target="_blank">types of accommodations</a> with the student. NDC&rsquo;s <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/deafmedicalstudents" target="_blank">Deaf Medical Students</a> includes accommodation considerations specific to healthcare training programs such as <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/covid19faqs#masks" target="_blank">face masks</a>, <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/covid19faqs#StethoscopesSourcing" target="_blank">stethoscopes</a>, and accommodations for internships. When meeting with the deaf student, it is important to consider that <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/effectivecomm" target="_blank">effective communication</a> strategies vary depending on the setting. A trial and error approach may be needed to find the right combination of accommodations to provide equitable access.&nbsp;</p>

<p>Additionally, the <a href="https://www.hsmcoalition.org/" target="_blank">Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science Education</a> supports disability services professionals working with medical colleges/programs including a listserv and training opportunities. <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/signup" target="_blank">NDC&rsquo;s listserv</a> can also serve as a tool for seeking colleague input or suggestions.</p>
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<p><strong>Mentors and Role Models</strong></p>

<ul>
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	<p>The <a href="http://amphl.org/" target="_blank">Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses (AMPHL)</a> provides information, advocacy, mentorship and networking opportunities for aspiring and current medical professionals.</p>
	</li>
	<li>
	<p><a href="https://www.aapd.com/disability-mentoring-day/" target="_blank">Disability Mentoring Day (DMD)</a> is a nation-wide effort hosted by the American Association of People with Disabilities to coordinate job shadowing and hands on career exploration opportunities for students and job seekers.</p>
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	<p>NDC&rsquo;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obD0PP4Rkk0&amp;list=PLCXvz50QBXj5rLr1SQ_awjHPbl7bnCoj1" target="_blank">#DeafSuccess</a> highlights deaf professionals in various careers sharing their experience. Two videos specific to the medical field spotlight <a href="https://youtu.be/IqQ7eKPFW9c" target="_blank">Chris Moreland</a> (Physician) and <a href="https://youtu.be/O8e2cAuRKCg" target="_blank">Lindsey Schouten</a> (Registered Nurse).</p>
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</ul>

<p><strong>Training and Employment Support</strong></p>

<ul>
	<li>
	<p><a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/vrintro" target="_blank">Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)</a>: <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/vrservices">Services</a> may provide or advocate for assistive technologies, tuition, course supplies, exam fees, and other training-related accommodations. To find a local VR office, review the <a href="https://askearn.org/state-vocational-rehabilitation-agencies/" target="_blank">directory</a>.</p>
	</li>
</ul>

<ul>
	<li>
	<p>The <a href="http://www.askjan.org/" target="_blank">Job Accommodation Network (JAN)</a> provides a thorough list of accommodations and offers free consultations. They have a dedicated page for <a href="http://askjan.org/info-by-role.cfm#for-others:rehabilitation-medical-professionals" target="_blank">medical professionals</a>.</p>
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<p>A key point to remember is <a href="https://youtu.be/eBoIOr0HZUY" target="”_blank”">not all deaf people are the same</a>. Accommodations will vary by each deaf individual. Examples of common accommodations for deaf students include <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/classroominterpreters" target="”_blank”">interpreters</a>, <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/resource/speech-text-services-introduction" target="”_blank”">speech-to-text professionals</a>, <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/resource/note-taking-introduction" target="”_blank”">note takers</a>, <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/als101">assistive listening systems</a>, and <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/resource/why-captions-provide-equal-access" target="”_blank”">captioned videos</a>. There are strategies you can use to make the classroom environment (<a href="https://deaftec.org/teaching-learning/best-practices-for-teaching/" target="”_blank”">face-to-face</a> or <a href="http://nationaldeafcenter.org/teachingonline" target="”_blank”">online</a>) accessible. Seek guidance from the disability services office as well as the deaf student on how to make your course an equitable experience. If you have specific questions you can reach out to the <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/help" target="”_blank”">NDC Help Team</a> for more information and resources.&nbsp;</p>

<p><strong>NDC resources for faculty and instructors with deaf students:</strong></p>

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    <p><a href="https://youtu.be/eBoIOr0HZUY" target="”_blank”">What does deaf mean?</a> (video)</p>
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    <li>
    <p><a href="https://learn.nationaldeafcenter.org/courses/d101" target="”_blank”">Deaf 101</a> (free elearning course)&nbsp;</p>
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    <p><a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/resource/tips-instructors-teaching-deaf-students-online" target="”_blank”">Tips for Instructors: Teaching Deaf Students Online</a></p>
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    <p><a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/news/checklist-teaching-deaf-students-online" target="”_blank”">Checklist for Teaching Deaf Students Online</a></p>
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    <p><a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/classroominterpreters" target="”_blank”">Sign Language Interpreters in the Classroom</a></p>
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    <p><a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/als101" target="”_blank”">Assistive Listening Systems 101: Tips for Faculty</a></p>
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    <li>
    <p><a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/news/remember-accessibility-rush-online-instruction-10-tips-educators" target="”_blank”">Remember Accessibility in the Rush to Online Instruction: 10 Tips for Educators</a></p>
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<p>There is no one-size-fits-all for each student or each class, and this applies especially when moving to online classes. NDC’s <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/resource/equitable-access-guide-understanding-legal-responsibilities-institutions-second-edition" target="_blank">Equitable Access Guide</a>, Section 3 states, “The choice of the auxiliary aid is made on a case-by-case basis...Institutions are to consult with the person and take into account his or her usual or preferred method of communication.” <strong>What worked for in-person classrooms may not be equally effective in online classes.</strong>
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<p>Communicate with the student using the <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/iptools" target="_blank">interactive process</a> to determine if they will be able to continue to use their <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/covid19faqs#HATatHome" target="_blank">personal device</a> while taking courses online. You can also discuss with students ways they can improve <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/news/using-hearing-assistive-devices-home-5-tips-deaf-college-students" target="_blank">access to audio content at home</a>. For example, students could use noise canceling headphones and speakers to amplify sound.</p>
<p>Accommodations like <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/introstt" target="_blank">speech-to-text services</a>, <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/introsli" target="_blank">sign language interpreters</a> and <a href="http://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/intronotetaking" target="_blank">note taking</a> could also be used in conjunction with assistive technology to support access to online courses.</p>
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<p>Reach out to the manufacturer of your devices for recommendations on how to properly sanitize the equipment as well as review guidance provided by the Center of Disease Control on <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/disinfecting-building-facility.html" target="_blank">Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility</a>, which includes recommendations for electronics. Below are general strategies to properly sanitize equipment:</p>

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	<p>Make sure to wash your hands before and after cleaning the device.</p>
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	<p>Use disinfectant wipes that contain between 60-70% ethanol.</p>
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	<p>Take care to never submerse equipment in any liquid or permit liquid to get inside of microphones.</p>
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<p>We also recommend reviewing the article <a href="https://www.hearinglikeme.com/how-to-clean-your-hearing-technology/" target="_blank">How to clean your hearing technology</a> and asking members on the NDC <a href="https://www.nationaldeafcenter.org/newsletter-listserv-sign-up" target="_blank">listserv</a> for additional disinfecting strategies for assistive listening devices.</p>
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