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Resource Specialist Program

Where people who are deaf or hard of hearing get one-on-one support and training services.

Are you new in town and you're looking for resources?

Are you being denied communication access in the workplace, meeting appointments, and/or public accommodation?

Have you just recently lost your hearing and want to find some information about hearing loss?  

Do you want to talk to someone who is living through a similar experience?

Access Vine’s Resource Specialist Program is funded by the Texas Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services under the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.

We are here for you!

Book an Appointment

Our team of resource specialists is dedicated to serving the Central Texas region. If you identify as Deaf, DeafBlind, or Hard of Hearing, we are here to help. Don't hesitate to contact us by clicking on the "Book a Time" black icon to schedule a session with one of our experts.

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Hannah Torres

Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Technology Specialist

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Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Access Specialist

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Amanda Tuite

Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Access Specialist

One-on-One Service

One-on-One Service

Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

Access in the Workplace

Access in the Workplace

Resources in Texas

Resources in Texas

Online Accessibility

Online Accessibility

Advocacy & Self-Advocacy Services

Advocacy & Self-Advocacy Services

CONTACT US

We would like to hear from you to learn about what you are looking for.  The resource specialists serve all individuals, entities, or businesses in the greater Austin area (including Waco, Round Rock, Buda, Kyle) requesting assistance with communication access via training, case management or technical assistance.   If you are outside the central Texas region, we still want to hear from you. 

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) defines requirements for designers and developers to improve accessibility for people with disabilities. It defines three levels of conformance: Level A, Level AA, and Level AAA. Access Vine's website is partially conformant with WCAG 2.1 level AA. Partially conformant means that some parts of the content do not fully conform to the accessibility standard.

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