Charlie Swinbourne posted an excellent article two months back here called Ten Things You Should Never Say To A Deaf Person, which highlighted ten of the most common stupid things hearing people say to Deaf people.
Australians raise the bar for interpreting and translating NewsMaker (press release) Concerns about interpreting standards and conditions in Australian courts and hospitals prompted a two-year review of the previous code.
First published on America's Street Leverage community blog, offering sign language interpreters context and insight on industry related issues and topics. Republished here by kind permission. As a coda when I left home to ...
Deaf-Blind Israeli Theater Bringing Their Breadmaking To NYGothamistWhich is exactly what the Israeli play Not By Bread Alone, from the “Nalaga'at” Theater Deaf-blind Acting Ensemble, will be bringing to New York City next month.
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