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Paul 9h
Sat in a meeting today regarding at Grand Park. We saw the visuals and audio for the New Years count down. During our Q&A, I asked if there would be accommodations for the community. The answer was no, but it sparked the idea!
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WokkiTokki Dec 13
How exactly does one, '' identify as disabled/person with , /deaf, chronically ill & mentally ill''? such conditions require a diagnosis from a competent medical professional. A person just doesnt '' identify'' as disabled, deaf, chronically or mentally ill.
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MetalRabbit13 20m
This knows so he can talk to the children like this little girl. 👇🏿 🥰
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Andy Pickles 15h
Do any of my Deaf/Hearing friends remember a BSL comedy clip done about two boys chatting up girls, they were very chavvy!! Can’t find the clip anywhere? It went viral a few years ago?
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Compassionate San Antonio 5h
Police officers to host signing Santa event for children On Saturday, the signing Santa will be at Community Bible Church to take wish lists from all kids during a holiday festival from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
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Carly Findlay Dec 13
I’m editing Growing Up Disabled in Australia w/ - we are calling for submissions now - 31 May. We are seeking diverse stories from people who identify as disabled/person with , /deaf, chronically ill & mentally ill. Thanks!
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The Record 17h
Following the International Day of Persons with , is launching and for and in order to help those who are or hard of hearing. Read more:
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Mark Allen Ludlow Dec 13
What is it for sign language?
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Amanda M 7h
Replying to @AmandaMoMorris
I'm excited for an upcoming two-part series I pitched and reported on unemployment issues & the rise of deaf owned businesses, as well as an upcoming story I pitched about truck drivers -- you'll have to wait and see! 😊I'll add them when they publish.
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Bryan Ruby 7h
News to me and possibly you. Hearing Impaired is out. is in. My grandparents were right all along.
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Royal Deaf Dec 10
Thank you to all those who donated at our Carol Service for and people. We raised over £700! Thanks to you, we can continue to create a better; more accessible future for Deaf people
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Research Institute for Disabled Consumers Dec 12
Rate it! is a great place for the community to share knowledge about products which can make independent living easier. See our signed, captioned video to find out how you can join in: Your review could win an Apple Watch!
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MJ Suggs 17h
DYK (Did You Know): Most camels 🐪 are born and do not begin to until they are around 6 months of age?
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National Deaf Center 11h
The Postsecondary Interpreter Task Force discussed assessment & strategies to bring individuals & interpreters together for conversations about . Many topics were covered including safe spaces, structured dialogue, advocacy, & education of rights.
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DeafPlanetSoul 6h
Did you know that the football huddle was a innovation? In the 1890s, Paul Hubbard, a quarterback for Gallaudet University, had his offense form a tight circle so they could discuss plays without the other team seeing what they were signing!
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Gambia Interpreter Project Dec 12
Here is Gary Quinn talking about "Getting to understand Gambian Sign Language". (English voiceover included).
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Ilario D'Amato 17h
Inspiring others: student of the Trainee Associate course says he is proof that barriers can be overcome after completing a three-week placement at The Royal Home in
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Hearing Libraries 13h
Mary Hickman, a schoolgirl of Manchester (1890-1978) | UCL UCL Ear Institute & Action on Hearing Loss Libraries
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Ivar the Terrible Dec 11
Replying to @JimmyTraina
I wish I could listen to your podcast. . I enjoy following your twitter and blogs.
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Hearing Libraries Dec 13
What's It Like to Be ? Reflections on Signed Language, Sustainable Development, and Equal Opportunities
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