DeafBlind Citizens in Action
Leveling the playing field for people who are deafblind
To empower people who are deafblind through education, technology, and legislation and to ensure that deafblind persons have a strong political voice so that they may lead productive lives with equal opportunities.
To strive to create a better world where deafblind individuals are empowered through equal opportunities to live fully and productively, including full access to employment, education and technology.
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Divya Goel joined DBCA in 2009. As Vice President, she is a mentor and guide to all the younger DBCA members. She became passionately interested in advocacy and governmental policy after meeting President Obama in the White House. Divya has a rare Type 3 HARS Usher Syndrome.
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Report of the Vice President/Program Coordinator (View an accessible PDF version here) The following is, hopefully, a concise and accurate rendering of DBCA’s summer activities for 2018, along with comments, suggestions, and feedback from other key players. We will...
My experience with Deaf-Blind Citizens in Action I’m Nathan Mathewson and I am a 24 year old college graduate who is deafblind through a genetic mutation called Charge Syndrome. I graduated in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Library Science. In early...
DBCA thanks Verizon Wireless for its support of the DeafBlind community!