April 6-October 7, 2011
Rosenberg Library, 3rd Floor, City College of San Francisco
An Exhibition in Collaboration with
the Disabled Students Program
Photographer Richard Bermack visited the two City College Disabled Students Classes, Arts and Crafts For The Disabled, taught by Carole Fitzgerald at the John Adams Campus and Drama For The Disabled, taught by Judy Goodman at the Mission Campus. He spoke with and photographed Judi Kaplan demonstrating how to read lips and captured images of some of the tools that CCSF students use in class: the viewer that enlarges text and the process for real-time captioning.
See more of Richard’s work at www.RichardBermack.com
The CCSF Disabled Students Services Department:
There are thousands of people with disabilities at City College of San Francisco. They are students, faculty, and staff. Their disabilities include impairments in mobility, vision, hearing, and speech; and less obvious problems such as learning disabilities, post traumatic stress syndrome, psychological disorders, and developmental disabilities. There are also individuals who experience other functional limitations as a result of an acquired brain impairment or other health problems such as arthritis, diabetes, seizure, cardiac disorders, and so on. DSPS works with CCSF students to reach their educational goals.
Find Resources on Disabilities Through the CCSF Library:
Selected Resources on Disabilities
Contact the DSPS Department:
For Website, CLICK HERE
415) 452-5481 Voice – Ocean campus
(415) 452-5451 TDD (for persons who are deaf) – Ocean campus
(415) 561-1001 Voice – John Adams campus
(415) 561-1007 TDD – John Adams campus
Telephone appointments with counselors are available for those who are not able to come to campus.