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      The author thanks Jennifer Cmar and Michele McDonnall for their comments on an earlier draft. Correspondence about this article should be directed to Emily Lund, Department of Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methodology and Counseling, University of Alabama, PO Box 87023, Tuscaloosa, AL 3548, emlund@ua.edu / emily.m.lund@gmail.com The contents of this manuscript were developed under a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, NIDILRR grant 90RT5040-01-00. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services and should not indicate endorsement by the Federal Government. [1]
      The author wishes to express gratitude to Alison Aubrecht, CPSS Program Supervisor, for reviewing an earlier draft and providing some valuable “gems” for this article. [1]
      The author would like to thank Dr. Linda Black for her steadfast support, encouragement, and editing of this manuscript. [1]
      The author would like to thank Dr. Tara McLendon for her mentorship, and others who have provided support and assistance in the completion of this manuscript. [1]
      The author would like to thank Michaela Ambrosius, John Grady, and William Baker for their assistance with this manuscript. Correspondence addressing this article should be sent to shurtsm@mail.montclair.edu [1]
      The authors acknowledge the assistance of Dr. Aaron Rochlen in developing the videos described in this manuscript. [1]
      The authors wish to thank Jessica Contreras for her help in coordinating logistics, Kailea Colayori and Doney Oatman for aiding with the transcription process, Nikki Cherry for proofreading drafts, and the Deaf professionals who participated in this study. National Technical Institute for the Deaf Innovation Fund supported this study. [1]
      The authors wish to thank the participants of this study and for their willingness to share their experience. [1]
      The authors wish to thank Thomas Cooke and Alicia Homrich for their contributions to this research study. [1]
      The authors would like to acknowledge and lovingly remember Assistant Professor Natalie Stipanovic, Ph.D. for her valuable guidance and direction towards the creation of this manuscript. Her wisdom was profound and she will be forever missed. [1]
      The authors would like to acknowledge and thank Scott A. Fernelius, Ryan A. Hess, and Erin L. Sadler for their contributions to this project. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to: Alicia J. Harlow, The Sage Colleges, 65 First St. Troy, NY, 12180 (harloa2@sage.edu), phone: (518) 961-1706 – cell, (518) 244-2221 – office; fax: (518) 244-4564. [1]
      The authors would like to express gratitude to the panel of experts for their contribution to our research and informing dissertation chair practices. [1]
      The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge Greg Hatchett for his mentorship and feedback throughout the process. Thanks are also due to colleagues and friends, past and present, whose guidance, feedback, and support have been invaluable. [1]
      The contents of this manuscript were developed under a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, NIDILRR grant 90RT5040-01-00. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services and should not indicate endorsement by the Federal Government. [1]
      The development and field-testing of the Satisfaction With Life Scale was funded by a National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects (DRRP) grant # 90DP0067. The Satisfaction With Life Scale is copyrighted by the developers of the scale, Ed Diener, Robert A. Emmons, Randy J. Larsen and Sharon Griffin, as noted in the 1985 article in the Journal of Personality Assessment. It is free for use by all professionals (researchers and practitioners). [1]
      The first author would like to acknowledge the direction and guidance of the second and third authors as well as feedback from other colleagues. [1]
      The first author would like to thank the many individuals involved in helping with this article; Charles "Rick" Gressard, Charles "Rip" McAdams, Thomas J. Ward, James P. Barbur and Stella Kerl-McClain. This article is based on data from the first author's doctoral dissertation from the College of William and Mary. [1]
      The research team would like to acknowledge Cris Nunn for his early contributions to the initial data collection for this project. [1]
      The team would like to thank the interviewees and all those who helped to make this project possible. This research was funded by the Research to Practice Division, Office of Special Education Programs, US Department of Education via Cooperative Agreement #H326D110003. The information represented here should not been seen as an endorsement or representative of the support of the federal government. [1]
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