Does the NAD process some legal intakes out of order and allow other legal intakes to cut in line? The NAD’s Office Manager, Sean, explains this process. #AboutTheNAD
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SEAN: The NAD has one office, in Maryland, with 18 people who are either full-time, part-time, or contractors. The NAD has affiliates from almost all 50 states and other deaf organizations however the NAD does not have any power over those affiliates. All state associations are independent of the NAD. If a member of a State Association or an affiliate organization has experienced discrimination, they, like any one else, can contact the NAD and go through the intake process. They do not get priority over others that are not members. We will process inquiries the same, without any membership information. Our goal is to eradicate disability right violations for ALL deaf and hard of hearing people.
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