Reviewer Resources

At deaffriendly.com, we believe that receiving deaf-friendly service is a two-way road between businesses and deaf consumers. The more educated you are about best practices, the more likely your needs will be met in the long run. If you are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, a family member or ally, you may find the following resources helpful in your mission to create a deaf-friendly consumer experience for yourself or for your loved ones. Expect to find information about requesting accommodations, available tax credits (for businesses in accommodating you), federal laws that protect you, tip sheets, video’s and useful handouts.

If you know of a resource that isn’t listed, but you think it should be, please let us know! Feedback is the lifeblood of deaffriendly.com’s success. Also, check back often since we will be updating our resources as new tools, pages and features are included upon popular demand from reviewers like you!

 

Reviews by Advocates & Champions

echo

echo

Museum of Pop Culture

My experience at MoPop was a mix of good and bad.  

The front desk clerk ...

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TAG918

TAG918

LOOK Eyecare & Eyewear

Definitely Deaf-friendly! Especially since Chris McDaniels (the optometrist) is CODA himself, so he is able to sign ...

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Le Petit Chouette

Le Petit Chouette

Pismo Beach, California

NOTE: the correct name for this business is Pismo Beach Conference & Visitors Bureau.

I was ...

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Samir

Samir

Precision Eyecare Centers

I was able to make appointments on their website - when they called and I didn't ...

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