During the deafblind awareness month, we at Dicapta decided to put a spotlight on some outstanding figures of the deafblind community. On this occasion, we want to talk about Cody Colchado Jr, an incredible powerlifter.
Dicapta and the Kentucky Educational Television (or KET) are working together (with the funding of the Department of Education) to make several of KET's educational shorts fully accessible by including audio description and close captions.
Dicapta invites members of the Spanish-speaking community with visual disabilities to enjoy the play "Filomena Marturano: a Caribbean marriage."
The ReelAbilities Film Festival is a unique hub to promote awareness and appreciation for the many aspects of the lives of people with disabilities.
This is the 4th round of the Faculty Grants Program. So far, 43 faculty members have received grants through this Program.
The fact that CODA won big at the Oscars is a huge victory in terms of representation for the members of the deaf community.
Last March 11, we celebrated Dicapta’s EnhAccess Advisory Group Kickoff Meeting.
We are glad to announce that the Parents of Children With Impediments Association (known by its Spanish acronym APNI) dedicated their Annual Conference to Dr. Juanita Rodríguez, a member of our Advisory Group.
Accessibility should be considered in the planning of any event. Here, Megan Dausch, from Helen Keller Services, discusses different online meeting platforms from the perspective of preparing a webinar presentation.