Anti-suicide program launched for students with hearing impairments

The Wisconsin School for the Deaf is helping its students recognize signs that others may be considering suicide after learning that people with hearing impairments may be less able to receive assistance from loved ones or treatment for mental health from those who do not know sign language. The Wisconsin curriculum will also be offered to other schools for the hearing impaired.

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