Seeking a Deaf School Psychologist

Deaf School Psychologist: Montgomery County Public Schools, MD has a position for a school psychologist in the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program: Serve D/HOH students 3-21 yrs using Sign Language, Cued Speech, or spoken English to address educational, emotional/behavioral issues, individual/group counseling; select, administer & interpret appropriate assessment procedures re: cognitive, language, visual-spatial, social/ emotional needs, adaptive behaviors; consult w/staff, admin. …

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Deaf Abused Women’s Network: Executive Director Position Open

Job Announcement: Deaf Abused Women’s Network (DAWN) in Washington, DC is seeking an Executive Director Job Summary The Executive Director is responsible for establishing and executing major goals and objectives for the organization. Implements policies established by the board of directors. Provides leadership, direction, and guidance of DAWN’s activities. Analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of all organization operations. Develops and …

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Deaf Abused Women’s Network is Hiring

Deaf Abused Women’s Network (DAWN) Title: Empowerment Advocate Hours: Full time at 40 hours per week Location: Deaf Abused Women’s Network office in Washington DC Supervision: Interns Reports to: Deaf Abused Women’s Network Advocate Coordinator The Empowerment Advocate should have extensive knowledge ofdomestic violence and sexual assault. The Empowerment Advocate will provide direct services to Deaf, hard of hearing and …

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Job Opening: Counselor for the Deaf – Alaska School for the Deaf

Counselor for the Deaf Alaska State School for the Deaf, Anchorage, AK Title: Counselor for the Deaf Salary Range: DOE Posting Date: Open until filled Closing Date: Open until filled Schedule: 9 months, 5 days per week, 8 hrs per day Qualifications: Master’s in Counseling (Deaf) required. Completion of teacher education program for deaf preferred. Summary of Work and Responsibilities: …

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A Letter from a Deaf Lawyer for Non-LPC Deaf Counselors

As many of you already know, Deaf counselors are few and far between. The reason for this, in part, may be due to the fact that the national licensure exam for counselors is largely English-centric. Below, we are reprinting a letter from a Deaf lawyer, who is working to rectify the situation, and hopefully, enable more Deaf counselors to obtain …

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Take No Deaf Prisoners (Unfairly)

Not In My Backyard: “Prison fully accessible (in ASL and English) to Deaf inmates” finished at the bottom of this week’s Laurent, South Dakota, poll. The poll invited readers to rank their preferences for community services and businesses they would want to see in the planned Deaf town, before they would actually move there. An ASL- and English-friendly mental health …

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