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Articles posted on Thu, Apr 24, 2014

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Grundvoraussetzung ist Gebärdensprache - Märkische Oderzeitung

Dieser Studiengang ist der einzige seiner Art in Deutschland, da die "Deaf Studies", die Gehörlosenwissenschaft, bisher nur im englischsprachigen Raum verbreitet sind. Er umfasst sechs Semester und zielt auf den Abschluss Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) ab. [...] more »

Articles posted on Wed, Apr 02, 2014

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Viele Klippen bei Jobsuche von Gehörlosen - Derwesten.de

Arbeitsvermittler haben sich mittlerweile auf die Ansprüche bei der Stellensuche spezialisiert. Oft fehlt allerdings noch Unternehmen der Mut, Gehörlose einzustellen. Doch es gibt auch Erfolgsgeschichten: wie jene des 38-jährigen Daniel Klever, dem der Absprung aus Ein-Euro-Jobs gelang. [...] more »

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Articles posted on Fri, Mar 28, 2014

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Mit Gebärdensprache auf Baustelle voll dabei - Nordwest-Zeitung

Die beiden haben eine gemeinsame Gebärdensprache entwickelt, mit der sie sich über fast alles verständigen können. Bartzok, 42 Jahre alt, ist taubstumm. Er arbeitet im Handel- und Transportbetrieb von Jörg Zinsenhofer als Bauhelfer – und zwar fest ... [...] more »

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Edmonton woman fights the odds to make history in Canada's medical world - Globalnews.ca

Dr. Jessica Dunkley has overcome incredible odds to become one of Canada's first deaf doctors. [...] more »

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Articles posted on Wed, Mar 26, 2014

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UK professor teaches 5 classes without speaking: Born deaf, Anthony Isaacs ... - Kykernel.com (subscription)

UK instructor Anthony Isaacs’ classroom is a bit nontraditional. Desks are arranged in a semicircle so that everyone is visible, and students are not allowed to speak. But what is seemingly strange to most students is normal for Issacs, who was born deaf. Although some deaf people learn to speak, Isaacs never did. Instead, he became fluent in American Sign Language and certified by the American Sign Language Teachers Association. [...] more »

Articles posted on Thu, Mar 20, 2014

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Signs are right for deaf hairdresser Megan - Shields Gazette

THE signs are right for business success for a young deaf woman from South Tyneside. Teenage entrepreneur Megan Riseborough is set to launch a hairdressing business with a difference, catering for customers with hearing difficulties. [...] more »

Articles posted on Tue, Mar 11, 2014

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Germany's employment agency offers video signing to deaf - Recruiter

From today [10 March], deaf and hearing-impaired people now have the opportunity to speak directly to a sign language interpreter through a video call. Before today, people had to book an interpreter in advance, which often led to long waiting times. [...] more »

Articles posted on Sat, Mar 08, 2014

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vie professionnelle Interprète en langue des signes - Le Républicain Lorrain

vie professionnelle Interprète en langue des signes Le Républicain Lorrain En France, parmi 500 000 personnes sourdes, qualifiées de « profondes et sévères », 200 000 connaissent la LSF , la langue des signes française. Si, ... Abonnez-vous au Républicain Lorrain pour lire cet article. [...] more »

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Articles posted on Fri, Mar 07, 2014

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Missouri School for Deaf gets first deaf leader - KRCG

In an email to the newspaper, Garrett said his appointment gives him the opportunity to be an example to the school's deaf and hard-of-hearing students and show them that they can aspire to leadership positions. [...] more »

Articles posted on Thu, Mar 06, 2014

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Deafness no block for carpenter James Vea - Herald Sun

The 22-year-old carpenter is a regular on Channel 9's popular reality TV show The Block … and happens to be deaf. “I feel like I'm equally as capable as anyone else,” Mr Vea said. “It's really unfair because a lot of us struggle to find employment and ... [...] more »

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Articles posted on Wed, Mar 05, 2014

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Deafness doesn't ground aspiring pilot from Rancho High - Las Vegas Sun

However, Livingston was born profoundly deaf in both ears. As a baby, he slept through everything, from loud thuds to thunderstorms. Early on, doctors dismissed his parents' concerns that their son may be deaf. [...] more »

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Articles posted on Tue, Feb 18, 2014

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Graduate student researches deaf culture - UT The Daily Texan

Winning Miss Deaf America in 2010 didn't just mean a new title for graduate student Rachel Mazique — instead, the victory set her onto an entirely new career path. Mazique's involvement in the deaf community put her on the path to teaching an undergraduate English course in sign language and dedicating her research to the culture of the deaf community. [...] more »

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Bundesagentur für Arbeit - Neue Internetseite bietet auch Gebärdensprache - Berliner Zeitung

Informationen zum Service der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (BA) gibt es auf der neuen Internetseite der Behörde jetzt auch in Gebärdensprache. Ein Gebärden-Dolmetscher erläutere wichtige Begriffe und Dienstleistungen, berichtete BA-Vorstandsmitglied ... und weitere » [...] more »

Articles posted on Wed, Feb 12, 2014

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Deaf medical resident on path to becoming 'amazing physician' (with video) - Edmonton Journal

“She is going to be such an amazing physician that (her deafness) to me is almost the small print of Jessica because she is incredibly talented and incredibly skilled and she happens to be a deaf physician,” Lewis said. [...] more »

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Articles posted on Fri, Jan 31, 2014

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Deaf 19-year-old beats all odds to become police dog trainer - Israel Hayom

Shahaf Karavny's story proves that where there is a will, there is a way. After being told she could not serve in the Israel Defense Forces' canine unit, the 19-year old from Hadera did not give hope and became the first deaf to serve as an Israel ... [...] more »

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