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These Related Links will be useful to both the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community and the Hearing community, and cover a wide range of topics of interest to both groups.

http://www.deafbiz.com/
Deafbiz provides a comprehensive resource listing of Deaf owned businesses, hearing business with Deaf products, and Scam Alert Services.

http://www.deaflife.com/
Deaf Life is an online independent magazine for deaf people run by deaf people.

http://www.deafworldweb.org/
The Deaf World Web is a comprehensive resource for Deaf, Hard of Hearing and late deafened individuals.

http://www.nad.org/
National Association of the Deaf (NAD) is the oldest and largest organization representing people with disabilities in the United States.

http://www.ntd.org/

The National Theatre of the Deaf. Included in the site is general info; show schedules.

http://www.state.ma.us/eohhs/agencies/mcdhh.htm
Massachusetts Commission For Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides assistance to Deaf, Hard of Hearing and late deafened individuals, their friends and families. See site for general information and location of regional offices.

http://www.tdi-online.org/
TDI promotes equal access in telecommunications and media for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, or deaf blind.

http://text.matp.org/geninfo.html
Massachusetts Assistive Technology Partnership (MATP) increases access to assistive technology for people of all ages and all disabilities through a variety of consumer responsive systems change activities. The site provides information, referral, training, technical assistance, and advocacy, and works to improve laws and policies providing access to assistive technology. MATP is administered by the Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

http://www.uwmb.org/
The United Way of Massachusetts Bay is a community-focused non-profit organization dedicated to improving peoples' lives in the 80 immediate cities and towns throughout the Greater Boston region.

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