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The NCDHR uses the “Deaf to Deaf” communication approach in our research and programs. This project provides information in American Sign Language (ASL) to Deaf communities, from our Deaf staff and team.

 

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ncdhrClick on the picture to go into the informational video library!

To know more about the informational video library, click here

 

 

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To know more about the Warm-Line, click here.

 

 

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Address:
259 Monroe Ave
Rochester, NY 14607

 

Hours:
Monday: 9am-3pm
Tuesday: 9am-3pm 
Thursday: 1pm-5pm
 
 

Click here to check out the PDF version of Deaf2 Flow Chart

To learn more about Deaf2 HIV Video Testing Line, click here.

 

 

 

 

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cxfvsThe person who designed the DeafHIV Video Testing Line was one of our staff here at NCDHR, Erika de la Puente. She thought about it thoroughly by asking other staff how they really wanted to present the project. The story behind the logo itself is based on American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "Video Phone." Deaf people heavily rely on video phone to call for many different reasons. Erika couldn't come up with any better representation than
that! The color that she chose for the design was
red to represent the universal awareness and
support people living with HIV.