Self-Determination for Youth who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
This page provides information and resources about self-determination and self-advocacy for youth and young adults who are deaf or hard of hearing. Clink on the links for more informationMap It! What Comes Next (for students who are deaf or hard of hearing)- This is a free, online, interactive training designed for transition-aged students who are deaf or hard of hearing. The training utilizes three questions: 1. Who Am I?, 2. What Do I Want?, 3. How Do I Get There? Video vignettes signed in ASL with spoken English and written transcription, self assessments, and a series of interactive questions guide students as they identify their goals and develop strategies to achieve them. (See Also: )
Sponsored by the Virginia Department of Education’s Self-Determination Project, the I’m Determined website features resources to support youth in taking control of their life. Videos are open captioned.
Discover Your Future
A summer program designed for 10th – 12th grade college-bound deaf and hard of hearing students who want to learn more about themselves, their skills, and potential careers.