(CC included) Our Deaf world is pretty small, and we know we could have mutual friends across the world. But because our Deaf world is pretty small, it can be difficult for some people to look for Deaf communities while traveling. Here, I’ve shared 5 tips to look for people when you are planning to travel.

*note: I forgot to mention that the majority of Couchsurfing users are Hearings but may be able to find some Deaf people there.

VOLUNTEERS: If you can translate this to any other written language (for closed captions), please feel free! I’d love Spanish, Chinese (traditional or simplified), etc.

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