How Vermont is working to centralize services for the deaf

Wed Jul 10 16:06:28 PDT 2019

How Vermont is working to centralize services for the deaf

The closing of a school for the deaf in Brattleboro five years ago had a ripple effect on services for deaf people across Vermont, making it hard for families to find services. Our Christina Guessferd learned how the state is addressing the issue.

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