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Hey everyone,

I am new here. I am Deafblind (have useable vision). I am fluent in ASL it was my first language as a child.  I went to college and completed an iTP program so I could understand the ins/outs of interpreting outside of being a client. I found it extremely useful. Unfortunately, due to COVID I have not been able to take my NIC written exam yet. I have been studying for the exam quite a bit. However, I feel the need to do something other than just that. I am offering teaching and tutoring if anyone needs/wants a tutor.

I am offering teaching and tutoring services for anyone who wants to learn.

I can teach:


Braille (visually, great for parents who want to learn alongside their kids)

Deafblind culture including haptics

I am willing to tutor:

ASL, braille, assistive tech, students in an ITP program who may need help with their coursework. (Understanding materials such as DCS process). I would be willing to give feedback on videos as people practice as well.

If there is something you need help with don’t be afraid to ask. I might be able to help. :)

All of this would be virtual, we would discuss the platform we want to use individually with each person, everyone has their preferences.

Some day. I hope to host workshops relating to Deafblind topics.

Since it would be virtual rates would vary based on the service and duration.

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