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  • Improving Classroom Understanding: Tips for Teachers

    Improving Classroom Understanding: Tips for Teachers

    As rates of hearing loss in children and young adults rise, many teachers face the challenge of communicating effectively in notoriously loud classrooms and school buildings. READ MORE>>

  • Erin Stauder Named One of Baltimore's 10 Leaders in Diversity

    Erin Stauder Named One of Baltimore's 10 Leaders in Diversity

    Congratulations to Executive Director/CEO Erin Stauder on being named one of the Baltimore Business Journal's 10 Leaders in Diversity for HASA's work in the field of diversity and inclusion for those who are neurodiverse or have communication differences.  READ MORE>>

  • Physical Space & Success

    Physical Space & Success

    The physical spaces where we work and learn are typically designed for one set of physical needs. How does this affect our success? READ MORE>>

  • Cultivating Communication with HASA

    Cultivating Communication with HASA

    #CommunicationMatters, no matter the setting! Earlier this year, HASA’s External Relations team presented at the Maryland Department of Agriculture’s Farmer’s Market Conference, a gathering of farmers and farmers market managers to learn new skills, talk through challenges, and connect on the topic of farmers markets in Maryland. READ MORE>>

  • #DeafSpotlight: Leah Katz-Hernandez

    #DeafSpotlight: Leah Katz-Hernandez

    Leah Katz-Hernandez wants to show the world “that Deaf people can do anything." READ MORE>>

  • Education for All, Communication for All

    Education for All, Communication for All

    The Trump administration’s proposed budget for 2020 includes Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’s proposed cuts to special education and programs, the Special Olympics included. READ MORE>>

  • Deaf Spotlight: Juliette Gordon Low

    Deaf Spotlight: Juliette Gordon Low

    One of the most accomplished women in American history, Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low, was deaf.  Read more about her remarkable life and HASA's newest partnership with the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. READ MORE>>

  • The Year of YES! in Review

    The Year of YES! in Review

    The 2018 Annual Report to the Community is hot off the presses.  Read more to see what your gift provided to more than 4,300 families in Maryland. READ MORE>>

  • Deaf Spotlight: Michael Tecklenburg

    Deaf Spotlight: Michael Tecklenburg

    One of Nancy Pelosi's top counselors is Michael Tecklenburg, a Deaf man who has risen through the ranks to work for the Speaker of the House. READ MORE>>

  • Building a Diverse and Inclusive Culture

    Building a Diverse and Inclusive Culture

    I recently joined a roundtable discussion, hosted by the Baltimore Business Journal, focused on inclusion and diversity in the workplace. Read on to learn about the lively discussion that ensued. READ MORE>>

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