Monthly Archives: April 2014
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Deaf people are essentially healthy and whole people. Nobody has died from being Deaf. Why, then, are Deaf people's lives and health risked by performing what is essentially non-essential surgeries on them?
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Thanks to HEARD supporter, videographer Ethan Johnson for creating this amazing video. Please support his work by visiting his website at www.ethandavidstudios.com. Video Description. A short video to show the worl...
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Access to work for those with hearing impairment - expert advice from Carly Renaud at Deafinite Interpreters Ltd - http://in.a-nut.sh/DeafiniteInterpreters Don't miss new In a nutshell videos... subscribe by clicking...
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Project HOPE's Health Support Services for HIV+ Deaf Is Now Statewide
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Technology and Deaf Culture By John Canniff
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Interview with Patricia Shores-Hermann "Connecting Deaf Digital Natives with Deaf Elders"
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The University of Birmingham, working collaboratively with the Deaf Education Advocacy Fellowship teamed up to support students who are deaf or hard of hearing to host a joint event to provide information, advice and ...
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"MUST WATCH" This video provides information for the hearing impaired, deaf, hard of hearing and others who are unable to voice, about how to request emergency services -- including police, fire and emergency medical...
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Visit Asian Aid online at http://www.asianaid.org. Asian Aid gives hope to the lives of the disadvantaged, poor, and needy in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh.Providing education to the needy, orphans, the blind, and dea...
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Must Watch Very Informative Gwent Police has joined with the British Deaf Association and members of the Deaf community to launch a DVD to help the Deaf community throughout the UK to stay safe.