Another year, another mountain to climb – a journey that will no doubt be fraught with more ups and downs as I struggle to come to terms with my deafness. Yes, that’s right… I’m deaf. Well, technically I have ‘moderate hearing loss’, but it’s still a degree of difficulty that classes me as ‘disabled’ and… Continue reading Dealing with Deafness – New Year’s Resolutions 2016
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Deaf people can do anything they want as long as they are truly passionate about what they do. As long as you believe in yourself and have what it takes to be at where you want to be, you probably will make it. Whatever job it may be, just remember that there are many obstacles and challenges that… Continue reading What are the best jobs for deaf people?
The NuTone 224WH Door Strobe Signaler with Doorbell Transmitter is an ADA designed product. Receiver plugs into any AC outlet, while the pushbutton transmitter is mounted next to or near the door. Features: Range up to 100 feet Unit includes receiver, transmitter and battery (for the transmitter) 64 selectable code combinations 10 second strobe flash… Continue reading NuTone 224WH White Door Strobe Signaler with Doorbell Transmitter
People often ask if deaf people around the world sign the same language. Frequently, they’re surprised to learn that there are different sign languages, as well as variations of these languages. These variations depend on social factors such as region, age, gender, socioeconomic status, and race. One variation, Black ASL, has been recognized for years… Continue reading The Hidden Treasure of Black ASL
Part 2 of these short clips highlights a number of deaf people in professional occupations. The viewer will get a short but honest impression of deaf people doing a variety of jobs. It is hoped that this will provide young deaf people with a perspective on the types of work they can do in the… Continue reading Deaf people DO have interesting jobs PART 2!
This short preview highlights a number of Deaf people in professional occupations throughout Darwin. The viewer will get a short but honest impression of Deaf people doing a variety of jobs. It is hoped that this will provide young Deaf people with a perspective on the types of work they can do in the future.… Continue reading Deaf People DO have Interesting Jobs in Darwin