Serving Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing and Late-Deafened People Since 1977
Access, Awareness and Achievement Through Culturally Competent Services
Donate to DEAF, Inc. and Support Community Empowerment
Help DEAF, Inc. Get to the Finish Line!
We need your help to raise $20,000 to reach our year-end fiscal goal by June 30th.
Keep Deaf services open — Deaf Parent Support Group, Assistive Technology Access, Advocacy, Information and Resources, Health Support Services and Education, DeafBlind Community Access, and Inspiration
Make your donation, keep DEAF, Inc. running with a strong, winning finish!
Learn ASL This Summer!
Register here by June 29 or click on the flyer below for more details.
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Cheer for the Boston Red Sox... and support DEAF, Inc. and ODSC!
Join DEAF, Inc. and ODSC (Our Deaf Survivors Center) at Fenway Park for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Awareness Night as the Boston Red Sox take on the Tampa Bay Rays on Sep. 21 at 7:10pm!
Special tickets available for $35! Every ticket purchased helps support services at DEAF, Inc. and Our Deaf Survivors Center (ODSC). Get your tickets now before they run out! www.redsox.com/deafhoh
Is Our New Website Accessible?
We want to know what you think! Please take a few minutes to fill out our simple feedback form. Prefer to respond in ASL instead? Call us: (617) 505-4823 VP.
Strategic Plan 2014-18
DEAF, Inc.'s Strategic Plan for 2014-2018 is now available! To read our new 5-year plan and learn how we will continue to meet our mission, click here.
Calendar of Upcoming Events
To view individual calendars for each regional office, visit our Calendar page. (Note: this calendar does not display properly on Google Chrome browsers. Until Google solves the problem, please use Firefox or Safari browsers instead.)
DEAF, Inc.'s American Sign Language Expansion Campaign seeks to Change the Game Through Language Acquisition.
The goal of the ASL Expansion Campaign is to raise funds to endow the position of Director of American Sign Language (ASL), who will restructure and expand existing ASL programs, hire and train teachers, create ASL curriculum modules that can be adapted to specific community demand, and create a portable classroom, so that classes can be taught on-site at DEAF, Inc. locations or off-site at locations in the community.