Information & Resources on COVID-19


The Governor’s Office of The Deaf & Hard of Hearing (GODHH):

    • You can access over 70 FAQs regarding COVID-19 in American Sign Language (ASL) at the Governor’s Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing’s website. Topics that are covered include education, eviction, masks, mental health, senior citizens, testing, and more. This collection of videos was developed to provide accessible information about COVID-19 and resources for the state’s Deaf and hard of hearing communities. Maryland COVID-19 ASL video updates from the GODHH are also provided on their YouTube playlist.

Maryland Department of Health (MDH):

Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA):

Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council (MDDC):

Maryland Access Point:


National Disability Rights Network (NDRN):

Center for Public Representation (CPR):

Rooted in Rights (RR):

  • COVID-19 Information and Resource Page:
    • Rooted in Rights, a program at Disability Rights Washington, has assembled a page with pieces that are part of a series on perspectives from disabled and chronically ill people regarding COVID-19.

Disability Rights New York (DRNY):

  • VIDEO – What You Should Know About COVID-19:
    • Disability Rights New York, the New York P&A, produced this “What You Should Know About COVID-19” video with captions available in Spanish and Simplified Chinese, with the target audience being individuals with disabilities living in congregate care settings.

National Health Law Program (NHeLP):

Self-Determination Channel:

Last Updated: June 24, 2020

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