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Â TOBY SILVER is now as a television producer and director with the Internal Revenue Service. In this role, she manages video and multimedia projects for the agency for both internal and external audiences. As part of this work, she has produced and directed public service announcements aimed at deaf and hard of hearing taxpayers [...]
I'm deaf guy, I kinda have hard time finding a girl that likes a quiet deaf guy. Do hearing girls like deaf guys?
About Thomsen Young
Thomsen Young is the founder of The Silent Grapevine.You can follow him +Thomsen YoungÂ or via TwitterÂ @yadudesup.Â Â You can also follow The Silent Grapevine via Twitter so you will never miss the latest news from The Silent Grape...
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I am at home in bed with issues!Yep.I have been off of work for the past few days due to illness and a strange problem with my neck.I am currently battling aÂ bacterialÂ respiratory infection, but most annoying is the problem of my neck.I have never thought of myself of having a big head, but over the past few weeks, my neck has had the most difficult time keeping my ...
Deaf club president listed as one of the most disabled people
This is Local LondonThe president of a deaf charity has been voted as one of the 150 most influential disabled people in the country. Asif Iqbal MBE, president of the Harrow Asian Deaf Club, has been voted 103rd most influential in a list compiled by Disability News Services.See all stories on this topic Â»
Four teams of students from RIT/NTID competed Friday for $10,000 in prize money in the final round of the Next Big Idea. The competition, sponsored by ZVRS video relay service, encouraged students to create a product, technology or business that would benefit the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. The top team's idea was to revolutionize captioning at movie theaters ...
DeafNation Expo hits Pomona this Saturday (May 4). Join the trade show for exhibitions and entertainment at no charge. Find out more here.
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As an instructor with Signing Time Academy, I have the good fortune of being connected with other Signing Time instructors around the world. We actually have two forums where we meet, a lounge forum designed just for us, as well as a FaceBook page. These were created for us by Two Little Hands so we could share our experiences together, as well as exchange tips, ask q...
In January I started training for this yearâs London Marathon. I surprised everyone as I was going to run with only 3 months training behind me.
A deaf beauty queen from Leicester in the UK is headed to Malaysia to compete in Miss India World. 24-year-old Nehal Bhogaita is the reigning Miss India UK and she says, "I want to be a role model for people like me, deaf or disabled. I want to give them more confidence and tell them they can do anything. You can make your dreams come true." Watch a short video from t...
I love working with preschoolers because I get to be creative and use silly voices or faces with them.
I have a four year old student who is working onÂ identifying different parts of her personalÂ hearing aids.Â We practice this sometimes when I see her. Having her simply name the different parts of the hearing aid is boring. I try to make it interesting. Using a he...
It is no secret I love Indian food. Â One of the easiest dishes at home to recreate is Chana Masala. Â
It is a vegetarian dish that goes great with a veggie samosa and basmati rice. Â
It is spicy, tangy and delicious!
Fresh tomatoes make all the difference in this recipe, remember that it is important.
The chickpeas are the highlight of this dish! Â You will l...
Since developing hearing loss and tinnitus, writer Diane Trembath has had to overcome various challenges.
In her previous blog for us Diane wrote aboutÂ Reconnecting with the world of music. HereÂ she tells us how hearing aidsÂ are vital to herÂ career asÂ a creative writing teacher.
An interesting article about the prevalence of cochlear implants for babies born deaf. The technology for the implants is staggeringly good and allows babies to function as fully hearing people.
Two to three children out of every 1,000 are born deaf. And fully 90 percent of these kids are born to hearing parents. That means that most of the deaf babies come into ...
Iâm partially deaf, but that hasnât stopped me from detecting a distinctive difference in the way different people sneeze. Every sneeze has its own sound, and its own look. You could say every sneezer has their own distinctive Sneeze Signature. Some peopleâs sneezes arrive as though they are deeply unexpected. An interruption. A shock. Picture [...]
Nationâs first deaf certified Solar PV installer Press Release Nationâs first deaf certified solar PV installer establishing Blue Paw Energy Service, LLC with the motto of âWorking to Reduce Our Paw Print on the Planet!â Jason Shaw, nationâs first deaf certified solar PV installer, established Blue Paw Energy Service, LLC to provide an array of [...]
Deaf Day At Six Flags over Texas Presents DEAF DAY Saturday, August 10, 2013 10:30am â 10:00pm SPECIAL PRICE $33.00 (regular price $59.99 + tax) PARKING $15.00 per vehicle (if purchased in advance) Children 2 years of age and under are free. ADDRESS: 2201 Road To Six Flags St E Arlington, Texas For Tickets and [...]
Z5 Presentation at Starbuckâs DATE: Friday, May 10, 2013 TIME: 6:00 pm ADDRESS: 4849 Bryant Irvin Rd. Fort Worth, Texas Come learn what Z is all about! Get a Z-20 VP and iPad and download Z5 for FREE! Free drinks for first people. CONTACT PERSON NAME: Diane Osborne CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT TELEPHONE #: [...]
www.yourlocalcinema.comÂ aim to help provide an accessible cinema experience. They add shows as they are announced - check it regularly!
Follow them via Twitter! [link] Subtitled Cinema film options:Iron Man 3, The Look Of Love, Oblivion, Evil Dead, Olympus Has Fallen, The Place Beyond The Pines, Oz The Great And Powerful, The Odd Life Of Timothy Green, Trance, GI ...
A south Georgia student attending Valdosta State University is trying to make a difference at his church. Read the storyhere.
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