Deaf-Blind Adult Perspectives
What is it like living in today's world as an adult who is deaf-blind? And what advice can adults offer to teens and young adults in the transition to adulthood? This series of articles provides a wide variety of perspectives on navigating the challenges and opportunities of adult life. Find out what the adults featured on this page did to lay the groundwork for this important transition, including how they built self-determination, established community connections, and developed skills needed for future employment and lifelong learning.
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In “The Hardest Job of All: Acknowledging the Costs of Showing Up,” author George Stern offers a candid look at the challenges of independence as an adult who is deaf-blind as well as his thoughts on career training and disability policy.