p.240 (tea ceremony) with each step there was a peeling away of the outside world, an emptying and a clarifying p.241 part of whats being celebrated is the notion of transience itselfâ¦ the most precious thing in life is its â¦ Continue reading â’
Tai Ji a.k.a. Tai chi helps reduce stress and anxiety. It also helps increase flexibility and balance as well as breathing control.There are a few taster sessions, starting Thursday 27th June, for PDDCS members.
Tai Ji Pddcs by Peterborough and District Deaf Children\'s Society
ASL-English literacy has been hotly debated ever since the 1880 Milan Resolution banning the instruction of sign language. Politcally, ASL-English literacy without understanding and undertaking has been the standard; ASL-English bilingual ignorance is bliss. ASL-English illiteracy is as pervasive as â¦ Continue reading â’
I only met Loren once â’ I think it was when I pregnant with Moxie! â’ Â throughÂ my dear friend Serene. Since then, Iâve really enjoyed knowing her on that great connector that is Facebook. Loren is a funny, fierce disability rights advocate but I have to say, the stuff I always laugh at are her...
The 34th annual Mike Glenn basketball camp starts tomorrow. Find out more here.
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Jacob Landis is making a bike ride of more than 10,500 miles to raise money for children who need cochlear implants. The 24-year-old has implants himself that he received at the age of ten. He started in Maryland and now is in Spokane. You can find out what unique thing he\'s doing on the way in a post where we first told you about his journey here.
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Question, why do people get awarded medals and knighthoods for doing a paid job ? Â I don\'t recall getting mine for 30 years in the same grind... Â Maybe I need to go to Eton or sit at endless charitable meetings talking rubbish and listening to a lot worse for years to get one.I read of one woman who sat on 15 committees and secretary to 6 others, concerned with the ...
Here are the top five new blog posts from the previous 7 days, based on pageviews. Deaf man enters Big Brother house! Only to have his hearing aid batteries incinerated live on TV Shock cochlear implant picture: Interview withÂ artist The Question: Can Deaf Awareness beÂ taught? Emily Howlettâs Diary of a Deaf Mum: When it comes [â¦]
The deaf access research group is currently trying to undertake a comprehensive study of all health services in Lincolnshire. Naturally, in the course of any research study, we need answers to certain questions, in order to ensureÂ the veracity of our findings.We have outstanding questions about, for example.why GP surgeries are continuing to use premium rate phone nu...
It was a bitter that Google did not reveal any new information about Android OS at the Google I/O few week ago. But it was clear enough that Google is planning to release something big this Fall to take on ... Read More
Here I sit in the same situation I have been pondering for fifteen years..... when do we walk away and accept it just isn\'t fair? When do we dig deeper and get the rusty soapbox out? When does mama come out of hiding?I used to be a fighting tiger jumping at every chance to champion my son\'s cause. That was important before he couldn\'t fathom the complexities of his li...
In honor of father\'s day, essayist Bob Brody writes about his father in a post on the Atlantic. He writes in part:
Bob Brody\'s Dad
Ultimately, then, my father learned to make do with his hearing loss. He never told me what those years away from his parents and two sisters felt like. He left me to imagine how lonely he must have felt, how homesick and aban...
Actor Daniel Radcliffe is offering his support for a sign language awareness campaign in the UK. It started today (Friday). He supports the Life & Deaf Association\'s Sign Good Morning campaign. Find out more here. Â Below is a video from the effort.
BSL students at Remark! from Life & Deaf on Vimeo.
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Facebook has been busy lately this year, we get revamped timeline, graph search, âandroid launcherâ called Facebook Home, and nowâ¦ #hashtag. But wait, looks like Facebook isnât done with us yet.Â The socialÂ networkingÂ giant just sent out invitations to a media event ... Read More
We told you earlier today about the trouble a deaf-blind Canadian woman had during a recent flight. She detailed what she went through in a letter here. Â The Airline disputes her account of what happened.Â CTV offers those details in an articleÂ here.
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Deaf and mute crooks nabbed for killing woman and decamping with valuables ...
Daily BhaskarMumbai: They may be deaf and mute, but that did not stop them from committing murder and robbery. That is exactly what has occurred, with the police arresting two handicapped youth, on Tueday for killing a 58-year-old woman and decamping withÂ ...See all stories on this topic Â...
Can someone explain it to me more clearly?
First, I\'m writing this post just for clarity. I\'m not writing this post to belittle anyone. I\'m not writing this post to go against anyone in the American government. And, I\'m specifically not writing this post to go against the President of the United States.
In fact, I\'m a huge fan of the President of the ...
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First deaf student studies leadership skills
VietNamNet BridgeThe World Deaf Leadership (WDL) Scholarship is funded by the Nippon Foundation, Japan, for deaf students from developing nations to study at Gallaudet University. Scholarship winners are those who must show the ability to receive and spread messagesÂ ...See all stories on this topic Â»
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