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Partner with DEAFinitely

As a Deaf-centered non-profit,


it is essential to build partnerships with the Boston Deaf community and schools for the Deaf because they are 'Deaf hubs' where youth feel strongly connected. 


Horace Mann School for the Deaf in Allston, Massachusetts serves as an anchor to DEAFinitely, Inc. It is the first public school to have district and state approval as a Dual Language program and empowers Deaf students to be lifelong learners and innovative thinkers with diverse linguistic, ethnic, and cultural identities who are fluent in both ASL and English.


DEAFinitely works in close collaboration with Horace Mann School for the Deaf administration, teachers, and families to develop programs that build on the school's core values. 


Partnerships are also forged with Newton North High School's EDCO Program

for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, The Learning School for the Deaf and Walden School for the Deaf in Framingham, as well as Boston University's Deaf Studies Program.


DEAFinitely also joins forces with Everybody Signs, a community-based ASL program for Deaf and hearing families. Our programs co-host events to boost communication access to families across the state.


DEAFinitely Crew outside at Horace Mann School for the Deaf with school mascot.
DEAFinitly Crew teaching kids ASL
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