DHCC Featured in New York Times

DHCC Featured in New York Times

DHCC and its executive director Neil McDevitt was featured in the @nytimes recently on a story about the issues with financial literacy among the Deaf and blind.

“Financial literacy has always been a challenge because for a very, very long time the hearing community didn’t quite believe that we could be or should be financially independent.”

Learn more about the issue and how DHCC works with other Deaf organizations like Kramer Wealth Managers to create more accessible solutions.

Read the full story here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/05/business/retirement-planning-disabled-deaf-blind.html?fbclid=IwAR0S0tNBy2b3CI58bkGkbZS7_MLhykOTMKAE7mORa-zqrG4N0FkHpoGTh3E


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