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What does NAOTD stand for?

NAOTD stands for National Association of the Deaf (Silver Spring, MD)


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They are: Friendly Haven; The Cat Protection Services of Namibia; the Kids' Soup Kitchen in Ombili, Katutura; Stirrup Riding School in Okahandja; SPCA; One Love; Namibia National Association of the Deaf, Maerua Kinderhuis; Orange Babies and Hope Village.
The groups represented included the American Diabetes Association, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the National Association of the Deaf, the National Center for Transgender Equality, the National Council on Disability, the National Council on Independent Living, and the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund.
Florence Nightingale Mukasa of the Uganda National Association of the Deaf named poverty, ignorance and disease as problems women and children in her country were more prone to.
Thursday's event was attended by representatives of Gallaudet University, the largest US university for the deaf, as well as the National Association of the Deaf, the American Association of People with Disabilities and other groups.
COAT is a coalition of over 200 national, state, and local organizations that was founded in 2007 by the American Association of People with Disabilities, American Council of the Blind, American Foundation for the Blind, Communication Service for the Deaf, and National Association of the Deaf.
The Justice Department has entered into a settlement agreement with Joseph David Camacho, a private attorney in New Mexico, that establishes a policy ensuring effective communication for clients with disabilities, including providing qualified sign language interpreting services when necessary for effective communication This agreement resolves a complaint filed with the Department by the National Association of the Deaf on behalf of Carolyn Tanaka, who is deaf and uses sign language for communication.
He was a member of the Clinton Lodge of Elks and the National Association of the Deaf.