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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Where to Find A "Deaf Friendly" City

Here is a great page and video to check out if you are considering moving and want to move either to a “deaf friendly” city, or a town near one. Would you like to know which city is most progressive with technology and accessibility? You’ll find it listed in the report. Though these are major cities, there are smaller pockets of deaf friendly cities and towns throughout the U.S. besides what is listed here. The Video on the page is captioned, so be sure you have that option turned on.
I’m curious to see what this list will look like a few years from now.


  1. Absolutely impressive. Thanks for sharing!

    1. You are quite welcome! Thank you for stopping by.

  2. Click on 'Sign Up Now' in middle of that page and after filling and submitting form, it will allow you to view the full "Deaf-Friendly Cities in the U.S." report online.

    1. Hi, David. Yes, and it's free to view. They did a wonderful job putting all of that information together for us.