News, Tips & Tricks

Reviewer Spotlight: Loren Ashton - Tuscon, AZ
Planning a Festival? Tips to Provide a Deaf-Friendly Experience
ADA Then & Now: Where We Have Been & Where We Go From Here
Microsoft ASL Answer Desk Offers Visual and Virtual Troubleshooting
Deaf-Friendly Tips Every Restaurant Needs to Know
How To NOT Be That Annoying Hearing Person in A Place of Business
Traveling with Hearing People? A Survival Guide
Enough is Enough: Deaf Demand Access in Medical Settings

Browse & Share Reviews

Seattle Children's Museum

Recently was a substitute ASL teacher at this museum, and got to know some friendly museum staffers. One (Sharon) knew enough basic sign and fingerspelling to ...

The Water Limousine

I surprised my wife by taking her on the sailboat sunset tour. The captain and I emailed back and forth to customize the romantic evening ...

Ballard Auto/Vessel Licensing Agency

I had to get my car title transferred and didn't have all the necessary paperwork. Sabrina was so nice and patient. She wrote everything down ...

Savor Seattle Food Tours

I highly recommend taking one of their tour packages because the group had a fantastic team and we were beyond impressed with our tour guide. ...

Most Recent News & Announcements

Founders Corner: The Long Path to Advocacy

One of the most disempowering moments we experience as Deaf consumers is when we face relinquishing control over interpreters to those who don’t know our needs, are driven by corporate profits, and serving personal interests. It requires a leap of faith, every time when we request an interpreter at an unfamiliar doctor’s office or agency, in hopes they know how to secure an interpreter, that they use a reputable agency, and that the agency in turn uses qualified interpreters that fit our particular needs.

Watch the Video! #deaffriendly or #deafchallenged?

Actor John Maurcere, known for his role in SuperDeafy, displayed his usual charm and dynamic energy on screen as he engaged real-life Deaf people (not actors) and their real-life #deafchallenged and #deaffriendly stories.

Reviews by Advocates & Champions