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These Gloves Translate Sign Language Into Text or Speech

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University of Washington sophomores Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi demonstrate their "SignAloud" glove, which converts American Sign Language into written and spoken text. The invention won a 2016 Lemelson-MIT Student P...

Understanding Deaf Rights

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http://sjcctimes.com/10827/understanding-deaf-rights/ Deaf rights in educational environments By ReVae Jensen One of the most important things in deaf culture is to ensure human rights for deaf people all ove...

The time Prince gave a free concert at a college for deaf students

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Prince was at the top of his game when he came to Washington in the fall of 1984. “Purple Rain” was one of the biggest albums and movies of the year, and he performed an astonishing seven concerts at Landover’s Capita...

Helen Keller Deaf News Today

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Helen Keller Deaf News Today

Uber’s latest changes make trips easier for deaf drivers and their passenger

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Uber's latest changes make trips easier for deaf drivers and their passengers Goal to recruit more deaf and hard-of-hearing drivers By Andrew J . Hawkins on April 19, 2016 10:30 am Email @andyjayhawk ...

Supreme Court Chief Justice learned sign language to swear in deaf lawyers

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When a dozen lawyers rose together to be sworn into the Supreme Court bar Tuesday morning, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. made a sweeping motion with his hands. It translated in American Sign Language to: “Your ...

A Day Through a Deaf Person’s Eyes

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A glimpse of some of the different aspects of daily life for a Deaf person - ~directed by Rachel Soudakoff~

Happy Hands provides education and language foundation for young deaf students

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"Community champions: Improving lives in our cities" is a series introducing readers to some of the people who make our community a better place. We want to focus on volunteers and nonprofit agencies that you may o...

Video relay service helps deaf people access council services and information

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Video relay service helps deaf people access council services and information Sabina Iqbal, team manager for Hertfordshire County Councils Sensory Services HAVE YOUR SAY A new service in Hertfordshire is m...

Cochlear implants and specialist auditory verbal therapy programme transforms deaf children’s lives

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Cochlear implants and specialist auditory verbal therapy programme transforms deaf children's lives By TraceyR  |  Sisters Sade and Topaz Oram, aged 14 and 16, from Warminster celebrated International Cochlear Im...

Healthcare VRI Leader, Stratus Video, Announces Remote Certified Deaf Interpreters

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Healthcare VRI Leader, Stratus Video, Announces Remote Certified Deaf Interpreters for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Population tratus developed Remote CDI interpretation following feedback that many hospitals wanted to...

Deaf Education And Families Project

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The DEAF Project helps empower families with Deaf or hard-of-hearing children to receive the most effective services and greatest educational opportunities in order to enjoy productive and enriched lives. DEAF Project...

Deaf Education Advocates Foundation – Washington School for the Deaf

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WSD is an educational community and statewide resource committed to ensuring all deaf and hard of hearing students in Washington reach their full potential. ----------------- Wide Angle Studios provides professi...

Reach out to deaf on Talk Sign Day

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The Society urges hearing South Africans to reach out to those who are deaf this Talk Sign Day. ancer and winner of SA’s Got Talent, Darren Rajbal, who has been deaf since birth, with Shelley Ferreira, former M...

This Starbucks barista learned sign language to communicate with her deaf customer

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Ibby Piracha, 23, buys coffee from his neighborhood Starbucks in Leesburg, Va., two or three times a week. Each time, Piracha, who is deaf, steps to the counter and types his order into his phone for the barista to ...

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