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Golden Rule Industries of Muskogee 5m
Do you want to design a more work space for people with ? Grab some tips from someone who knows it best! 's Chief Accessibility Officer implemented a support desk for the company, and has family members with .
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Kevin 5h
Second article in 4 days. Check out this really neat work showing COL11A1 is responsible for at the DFNA37 locus.
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Sulaiman Khan 🚀 Sep 23
The thread below for is just one reason why I love ! Check it out. Thank you, Nyle, for teaching me every day about people, , +! 1 / 2
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Kevin Healey BCAv 5h
Talking all things & in my TV 📺 show we are unique on SKY channel 757 at 1:30pm tommorow
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Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp Sep 19
My 4yr-old thinks earrings are called hearings. After all no one in his family wears jewellery, but 2 out of 4 wear hearing aids! Speaking of ... My wish for month is to see 's published in English
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CCTubes 12h
Accepting his was turning point for this PhD graduate
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Duncan Edwards 19h
Amanda Everitt: What it’s like being asked of my son: “Il parle?” (Does he talk?)
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Restore Hearing Sep 24
, , , , or (considered derogatory), is a partial or total inability to hear.
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Australian Disability Sep 24
A MARRIED couple who were both born deaf have opened a cafe where sign language is celebrated.
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Kathleen D. Hoffman 9h
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My Sutraa Sep 23
The babies of pregnant women who are exposed to rubella are at risk of congenital deafness, heart defects, eye problems and nervous system is how you can prevent.
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GHITA Gibraltar Sep 23
We start tomorrow ! GHITA AND GHA are working together to gather information about and in Gibraltar so we can improve services.
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Kathleen D. Hoffman Sep 23
“My son’s was “cured” by...cochlear implants but there is...no known treatment for the loss of...vision...The only approved intervention is learn to use and a white cane– a folding stick w/ no tech...with...no google maps directions…”
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Lilavati Hospital and Research Centre Sep 22
According to , around 466 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss, & 34 million of these are children. Let's come together & spread about With Sign language, everyone is included.   
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Maya Deaf Foundation Sep 22
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ICP Sep 21
‘The Pros And Cons Of Being Born Profoundly Deaf’ (5 minute read). It is challenging being deaf. A 20 year old uni student outlines the pros and cons of being profoundly deaf. It is a balancing act.
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Gwenaelle Sep 21
A heartfelt speech from Usher patient Brendan Creemer; USH2018 Patient Symposium, 21 July 2018.
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Policy @ Business Disability Forum Sep 21
Join our colleagues at for their breakfast briefing on and in the workplace on Wednesday 3rd October at 8:30am in London. It's free, and breakfast and tea are included! What more could we ask for?!
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Martina Curtin Sep 20
At our next for in we have Kidge Burns delivering a one day workshop in London on . To book a place, email me m.curtin at
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Helen McKenna Sep 20
New mobile technology launched on Isle of Man a global first for hearing loss
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