FREDERICK COUNTY, Md. — In Maryland, Frederick has a significant deaf population, and It’s no secret the deaf community experiences challenges, and some residents say, communication challenges grew due to mask wearing.
The deaf community endures a lot of hardship which is why a mother of a hard-of-hearing child has partnered with a local business called Collective Efforts, to form a nonprofit called United Hope, which will benefit the deaf community.
Laura Rogalsky, recently moved to Frederick County so her daughter can attend the Maryland School for Deaf. As a new resident, Rogalsky said she quickly noticed a major need for the deaf community…
Source: Frederick resident aims to develop a nonprofit to help the deaf community