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Eilish Barry May 17
Still surreal that I spoke about growing up as a deaf woman with visual impairment going through schools college then working! for at reception on Tuesday night! Thanks you very much to everyone who had gave me positive feedback!
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Amy Rowe May 17
Hello Twitter! If you're a deaf performer working in the arts (music, dance, stage etc) please could you say hello to me? It'll be worth it, I promise
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Jessica Kellgren-Fozard Sep 28
My third video is coming out tonight!!! Who's excited?! 👋 👐 👌 👍 🤞
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baby May 17
Happy deaf awareness 💛 it took me all of my courage and strength to see that this will never define me or hold me back in life, it’s taken a long time but I am so comfortable and happy in my own skin, hearing aid and all 😌🌻
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RNC May 17
Jack is an RNC student, he is both visually and hearing impaired. His top 3 tips for are 1) Don’t shout, 2) Speak clearly, 3) Repeat yourself if I don’t hear you the first time, don’t tell me “It doesn’t matter”! Read more about Jack;
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Deafie Blogger May 20
And that's a wrap... Deaf Awareness Week was amazing! It was fantastic to see so many involved. I wrote a blog about the highlights of the week...
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سارة ♍️ Sep 28
My friend and i did this video to support 🤘🏻♥️
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marsha Nov 10
A must watch episode of MMK.. and I just want everyone to know that I love my older brother no matter what. 😊🤟🏼
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London Ambulance Service May 20
Our medic Richard - who was born deaf signs how to use emergencySMS, which allows deaf, hard of hearing and speech-impaired people to contact 999. Register here:
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Nina Thomas May 16
It's I'd like more people to be aware of the diversity of experiences of deafness. How difficult it is to lip read. How access needs vary. Most of all I'd like to see deaf people no longer face the words "it doesn't matter" and feel included.
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LAS North West London May 18
It’s ! Our patients & callers have many communication needs, so we want to make contacting us easier... especially via 999 We’re also always keen to learn, so loved it when our patient taught us a few sign language phrases! SA
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London Ambulance Service May 20
Our medic Richard was born deaf but achieved his ambition of becoming both a motorcycle and a flight . Richard: "I’ve never let it get in the way of my dreams." We’re proud to support
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Ruthy🥰 May 20
is drawing to a close & so is (I’m not deaf/Deaf)so I wanted to highlight a community often left out of the conversation. But, there are charities like BSL Healthy Minds & to make it easier for you to get the help u need💛
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Stuart Bishop May 20
u15s experiencing being hard of hearing playing rugby in support of teammate thank you to @Sonjafvjones for the earplugs & support!!
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YouTube Creators Sep 23
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YouTube Gaming Sep 26
How can developers make their games more accessible to folks with disabilities? explains a few simple methods, using examples like Half-Life 2 & . Watch here:
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USFWS Northeast Sep 26
Most birders rely on calls & songs to identify nearby birds, but for the deaf or hearing impaired, birding by sound can be an impossible task. Here's how one biologist is Using Sight for Song: A Deaf Birder's Life Hack
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Jessica Kellgren-Fozard Sep 30
The final instalment of my series is coming out tonight!!!
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LuCiD May 17
. Did you know there are lots of different sign languages across the world and like oral languages, different regional variations within each sign language? Read our new blog about by guest blogger .
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YouTube Gaming Sep 28
Why do some deaf gamers still wear headphones? explains this frequently asked question:
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