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Why Facebook has become so important to the sign language community

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For More Information: BBC Sign language users once had to meet at local deaf clubs to have conversations and share their views. Now, video on social media means things have changed, says deaf journalist Charlie Swin...

Sign Language App – Mobile Interpreting for the Hearing-Impaired | Made in Germany

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Germany needs skilled labor - and is keen to ensure the job market is a level playing field. The unemployment rate among people with disabilities, however, is 14% - twice as high as the national average. Made in Germa...

Deafness VS Deafhood

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Credits: Celina Alvarado Vanesa Gonzalez Serena Hobson Natasha Mahdi Voiceover: Celina Alvarado Natasha Mahdi Christopher Pree Actors: Celina Alvarado Vanesa Gonzalez Serena Hobson Acknowledgement...

Specialised Deaf Services

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Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust is a significant provider of specialist mental health services operating across Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire...

Deaf Literacy Program at Durham Deaf Services

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Classes are starting this fall at Durham Deaf Services in Oshawa, Ontario. Contact us for more information: info@durhamdeaf.org

BBC See Hear Interview – Vilma Jackson is a deaf actress

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I am a young British deaf actress. I work with hearing and deaf actors. I believe there is a place for deaf actors in hearing theatre and film. In fact the hearing world benefits because techniques from deaf theatre c...

Toddler born with tumour crushing windpipe ‘speaks’ to her dad in sign language

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Toddler born with tumour crushing windpipe 'speaks' to her dad in sign language  Jenna Smith developed a cancerous growth on her neck while in the womb Doctors performed a tracheotomy during a caesarean so she c...

For Young Deaf People- Staying Safe Online

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This video in Auslan with subtitles and voiceovers provides a guide for young deaf people on cybersafety.

Star Wars For The Deaf And Visually Impaired

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The deaf and visually impaired will have an opportunity to experience Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Saturday at Ward Theatres, marking the first movie showing to provide such accommodations as required under a new H...

Getting AHEAD :- University Access for Deaf Young People

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Action Deaf Youth worked with Ulster University to produce a reusable resource to encourage deaf students to attend higher education. The film hears from a current and past student of Ulster University, and shows hig...

Action Deaf Youth – Deaf Awareness Film Project

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This project has been created and filmed by the Young People of Action Deaf Youth, to create more awareness about the issues that deaf young people face with this unseen disability. We aim to help you understand some ...

Deaf Man Becomes Incredible Finger ‘Dancer’ – Andrey Dragunov

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Andrey Dragunov has perfected the art, which involves him moving his digits to create interesting shapes.What makes it even more impressive is the 24-year-old is deaf.You would think this dancer may have difficulties ...

Deaf And Police Interaction

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For more information, go to https://www.aclu.org/deafrights Actress Marlee Matlin, who is deaf and the wife of a police officer, teamed up with ACLU and advocacy group HEARD, on an American Sign Language video to e...

Australian choir to perform ‘world-first’ concert alongside deaf choir

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An Australian choir will perform Handel's Messiah accompanied by a deaf choir which will use sign language – believed to be the world’s first such simultaneous performance. The Sydney Philharmonia choir, Austra...

Embracing our journey as parents of deaf children

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For more reading: for more news When their twin daughters had turned two and still hadn’t begun to speak, doctors Bianca and Graeme Birdsey began to worry. “We were reassured with many excuses as to why this ...

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