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𝔸𝕨𝕒𝕣𝕖 Feb 22
We’re out and about, so our sign of the week is too! Sign: β€˜London’ **regional sign**
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Laurie Quigley Feb 20
Replying to @ITVBe
Just tried to watch this but no subtitles available?
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Ami kal Feb 20
Replying to @deaftraveller
Have fun, not sure about let me know πŸ‘
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Parisa Feb 20
I seriously cannot wait until RSO organization approved the American Sign Language club so I can start teaching and educating hearing people about Deaf culture at soon! There are so much to learn about my culture!
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Cortney Q. Designs Feb 21
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Deaf Gym Feb 18
Deaf Gym is the ultimate interactive community that allows Deaf people to access educational and learning resources in fitness and health in sign language.
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Deaf Princess Feb 22
Still singing The Rainbow song@after teaching it to some great boys last night in Sign Language πŸŽΌπŸŽ€β€οΈπŸ’›πŸ’“πŸ’šπŸ§‘πŸ’œπŸ’™πŸŒˆ
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Concert Signers Feb 17
Replying to @theREALboyzone
We had wonderful time, and we raised fellas!! Have a fantastic next leg of your TYAG tour. X
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Ami kal Feb 22
Replying to @DontWantOurCash
Why have a hearing loop till If your deaf customers can't use it! It's only open when your queues get busy deaf customers never get to use it!
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Lindsay Inskip Feb 20
Replying to @SkyStore
Am so excited to see this - I can’t find it with subtitles though - can you confirm if you are showing it with subtitles please?
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Deaf Princess Feb 21
Brilliant evening with my lovely friend Donna teaching some Deaf Awareness and Basic Sign Language to Seagoe CLB in Portadown They also gave a fabulous donation of Β£150 towards the sign language project
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Karen Finch 2h
Who knew that could be adapted depending on your dialect! This video shows how actor Connor Bryson brings Scotish dialect to life through sign language
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iheartdeafness Feb 17
If you’d like me to do a talk about my story please email me on: iheartdeafness@gmail.com πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–.
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Lilly Feb 22
This proves it’s never too late to learn something new and we can break language barriers! This has got to be one of the best productions I’ve worked on so far! Would really appreciate it if you gave this a watch, like & Share
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iheartdeafness Feb 17
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Deaflypale Feb 14
Boss informed me our branch will be hosting the Federation Meeting (not the Star Trek Federation, unfortunately) so I can make my pitch on 'Deaf Awareness in Libraryland: A Case Study' to the other heads on the consortia. Woot!
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Daily Mass Feb 15
Today’s readings for those with hearing difficulties. Pray.
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Louise Deaf Awareness Feb 21
Hi guys, unfortunately there will be a short delay with my website going β€˜live’ due to unfortunate circumstances happening within my family. As a result, right now I will be prioritising my family until further notice. Please pray for us πŸ™πŸΌβ€οΈ
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Lindsay Inskip Feb 17
This is the best explanation of the struggles with I’ve ever come across
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sarah Feb 13
is accessibility and lights so I can see people at morning prayer and which means I don't have to stare at people and can pray.
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