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Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 30.03.2007

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Ear implant gives tot chance at normal life - Waikato Times

A Hamilton couple who made a big noise about their son's need for a cochlea implant are happy other deaf people have benefited as well. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: CI
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Big sigh of relief as ceasefire called on Ulster tribal warfare - Belfast Telegraph

The tribal warfare, that has formed the basis of most of our province's troubled history, is alien to the great majority of deaf people, and neither politics nor religion has troubled our friendship during the trauma of the past 30 years. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Politik Soziales
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SWE - First deaf referee clinic a tremendous success - FIBA

The first, in all deaf sports history at all, deaf basketball referee clinic in Stockholm, Sweden gathered a sum of 11 deaf referees from Europe, Chinese Taipei, New Zealand and USA and was a real hit. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport
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Net used for training the deaf - Net4now

EqualSign, a new low-cost, sign language translation service from EyeGaze, is enabling Gloucestershire County Council to prepare its deaf residents for major emergencies. [...] weiter »

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Yonkers teacher helps launch summer program in Italy for deaf people - Remote Access

Cole, a Columbia Teachers College doctoral student, helped coordinate a Siena, Italy-based summer program that will launch in June. The Siena School for Liberal Arts will offer art history, written Italian and Italian Sign Language courses to American deaf students. [...] weiter »

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“This Sierra Leone People's Party Government Is Not At All Serious ... - Awareness Times

The President of the Sierra Leone National Association of the Deaf, Mr. Alhaji Lahai Vangahun has in a visit this week, accompanied by several members of his executive, to the Awareness Times offices, expressed their "total dissatisfaction" over what they called the "SLPP Government’s negligence in seeking the interest of the people of Sierra Leone". [...] weiter »

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Sign language theater coming to the Lycian - The Photo News

Sign Stage On Tour, a company of deaf and hearing actors, will be performing Roald Dahl’s classic family story “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” at the Lycian Centre for the Performing Arts in Sugar Loaf, on Friday, April 13, at 9:45 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Gebärdensprache Kultur
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UN-Krücke für ein besseres Leben

Doch was leistet die Konvention eigentlich? [...] Etwas konkreter: Das Recht auf Bildung heißt für einen Gehbehinderten etwa, dass ihm keine Stufen den Zugang zur Schule verwehren dürfen. Für einen Tauben, dass es Lehrkräfte gibt, die die Gebärdensprache beherrschen. [...] weiter »

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For these kids, pool time is fun time - Salt Lake Tribune

Once a month, staff members at the Holladay Lions Fitness and Recreation Center welcome some special hydrotherapy guests. The visitors are students and faculty members of the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind's Connor Street campus. These students, children ages 3 to 7, all have vision loss and additional disabilities, including autism and cerebral palsy, among others [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Schule Sport Freizeit
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Endlich wieder eine berufliche Perspektive - Neue OZ Online

Denise Glöde ist ein aktiver Mensch. So hat sie während ihrer fünfjährigen Arbeitslosigkeit viele kreative Hobbys gepflegt. Zufrieden war sie damit nicht: "Ich habe mich immer wieder beworben, wollte mittendrin sein", sagt die gelernte Bauzeichnerin. Sie erzählt vor allem mit ihren Händen - denn Denise Glöde ist gehörlos. Jetzt hat sie mithilfe der Beschäftigungsinitiative MaßArbeit endlich als unterstützende Anleiterin in der Werkstatt für hörgeschädigte Menschen in Osnabrück einen festen Job gefunden. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Beruf
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Deutsche Schwimmmeisterschaften kommen immer näher…

Warum hat der Star-Faustballer Heinz Brandt ein Schwimmbecken in Weinheim reserviert, obwohl er kein Schwimmer ist??? In der letzten Woche hatte die Deafschwimmsport-Redakteurin Gerda Reinhard mit ihm gesprochen. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport
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Deaf to the Needs of Hearing-Impaired Scientists - ScienceCareers.org

She is profoundly deaf, and the barriers she has faced have left her with a very dim view of academic science in the United Kingdom. [...] weiter »

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Governor Rendell Announces First Public Videophone in South ... - PR Newswire (press release)

Governor Edward G. Rendell today announced the availability of the first public videophone in South Central Pennsylvania to expand access for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. The free videophone service allows callers to directly communicate through sign language, or through an operator who interprets sign language for a hearing caller. [...] weiter »

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Greetings, green issues and the deaf - Ulster Herald (subscription)

This site is an excellent new news and community site for the deaf. It has been created by a deaf person and aims to "alleviate the isolation and loneliness felt by many deaf people and their families." It is a very accessible site and easy to use, allowing people to get information they ought to know about 'Deaf Life'. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Technik Soziales
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Oscar-Winning Actress Marlee Matlin to Deliver Commencement Address - Wilkes University

Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin will deliver the keynote address at Wilkes University’s 60th Annual Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 19, 2007. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur Medien
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