NAD News

The NAD is the nation's premier civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States of America.
  1. The NAD Policy Institute is studying deaf and hard of hearing people’s accessibility experiences across a variety of categories. Do you use the metro? Do you fly? Are you annoyed with problems when traveling due to barriers? We need your input! Please fill out the survey by May 30, 2019. TELL US:
  2. Thank you teachers! You give your time to teach us incredible things. Here’s a video of our Board Members remembering their favorite teachers. Who was your favorite teacher and what lesson did you learn from them? #ThankATeacherToday [Video transcript and description available here]
  3. What makes the NAD a legitimate organization? #AskHoward
  4. Melissa shares a summary about the NAD coordinating Mock Interviews on National Deaf Youth Day this year, Youth Leadership Camp Alumni Foundation (YLCAF)’s reunion weekend and YLC’s 50th Anniversary, site selection for #NAD2022, 2018-2020 Priorities, and the NAD Leadership Training Conference (NLTC) workshop topics.
  5. What’s the difference between Open Captioned (OC) and Closed Captioned (CC)? #AskHoward File a complaint with your local movie theater if your CC experience was not good.