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Samuel Kelly Dec 17
Mhmm... Is anyone possibly give me any events for poker in Local Merseyside? Really need new experience!
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Information Line 14m
Acting quickly to tackle leads to better results. The longer people wait to seek help, the more difficult it is to adjust. Check your hearing today
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Steven Hale Hearing Dec 18
Whether you're living with hearing loss, or , the right products and technology are vital in helping you stay independent and improving your hearing ...See our range here and call to make an appointment
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Nature Biotechnology Dec 17
In this month's issue, read how scientists studying are starting to understand the role played by synaptic damage
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Miiro Michael 8h
I am a champion in and a role model for children growing up with and other disabilities. I am to exchange my wheelchair for a mobility bike, so that I can reach out more PWDs in Uganda. Support me please.
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Ami kal Dec 18
The fact remains — hearing loss is the last disability where insensitivity is still socially acceptable! 1- Educate the public 2- Refute the stigma 3- Keep talking about 4- Advocate for ourselves
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MagiLoves Dec 15
I've tried to contact you a number of ways with regards to a book I have written. It's a long shot trying this platform but here goes..... Please give me a tweet back so I can tell you all about it.
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Clint Reininger 😒 Dec 12
Little known fact: it's harder to tell if a Deaf person is drunk. There's no slurring in sign language.
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Bailey Anne Vincent Dec 16
Question for peers: What denotes appropriate representation in the media? We don’t expect an actor to have cancer to represent sickness, for example. Is it from birth that matters? Is it cultural connotations alone (my )? Opinions wanted!
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Jennifer Williams Dec 17
when I read this everything made sense of why I’m so emotional
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Mei Ling Moore Dec 17
Understanding is a gift taught from the heart.
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Veritas Consulting Dec 12
Noise induced hearing loss in the UK There are an estimated 20,000 workers with work-related hearing problems and there were 90 new claims for work-related deafness in 2016 Source: HSE
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Deaf Umbrella Dec 18
Nursing student says his is no longer a barrier
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Signal Dec 14
As a local -based charity, we're proud to work closely with our inspiring local partners in Africa. Together in Malawi and Uganda we're helping children with and other disabilities to go to school, or go back to school, and enjoy learning.
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Action On Hearing Loss Dec 12
When tried to make his way home for Christmas, he soon realised he would need a Christmas miracle to get him there! 🙄 Ed shares some of the struggles that people with & face when using public transport here:
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Hanna Marton Dec 9
A huge 1 in 6 Australians have hearing loss; 30,000 have total and use sign language. Ever wondered how people who have or a speech impairment make phone calls? Hint: the National Relay Service.
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Duncan Edwards Dec 11
Liam O’Dell: The Christmas dinner table dilemma that deaf people face
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Duncan Edwards Dec 13
Watch: BBC iPlayer documentary My Deaf Life: Feel the Beat
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Father Benmas Dec 10
Replying to @Ben_Bayliss
How Can Developers Build Accessibility Bridges for Deafness and Gaming? My first post on DualShockers to discuss ideas and solutions to aid deaf players. Ranging from decent subtitles to the Fortnite audio wheel, and more.
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Restore Hearing Dec 16
Improve and other senses and revitalize the nerve endings
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