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[LSM] Trish Guinn – 5 Essential Christmas Signs in Mexican Sign Language

[LSM] Trish Guinn – 5 Essential Christmas Signs in Mexican Sign Language

Hey! It’s Trish. It’s almost Christmas! Hurray! As you can see, I have a shirt that is both nerdy and Christmassy! My two favorite things are Christmas and nerdery. Anyway… I wanted to teach you guys a few signs you Read more…


Communicating through an iPad (Cerebral Palsy)

Communicating through an iPad (Cerebral Palsy)

Daniel’s story – How the right communication system for Daniel has changed his life (ILC))

Daniel’s story – How the right communication system for Daniel has changed his life (ILC))

Daniel’s coming up for 25 he’s come from the beginnings of I guess he wasn’t meant to survive past the age of two and by great luck he went to mainstream schooling in the little school just across the road Read more…


Proloquo2Go – Communication is Conversation

Proloquo2Go – Communication is Conversation

So, things really started to take off… when we started using the iPads to talk to the students… using Proloquo2Go. They then understood how they could use it. We really started to see some big changes… in their behavior, their Read more…


Web Accessibility 101: Screen Reader Language Support

Web Accessibility 101: Screen Reader Language Support

>>[ JAWS screen reader voice ] To demonstrate automatic language detection, we start in English and write: “My computer speaks English.” Then we write the same sentence in French, Mon ordinateur parle francais and then in Spanish, Mi computadora habla Read more…


Bright Sign Glove – A glove that translates sign language

My background is in design and I specialise in digital design. I was frustrated with the softwares available and that didn’t do what I wanted it to do, so I decided to go behind the computer and learn how it Read more…


[LSM] Trish Guinn – Why I Learned Mexican Sign Language

[LSM] Trish Guinn – Why I Learned Mexican Sign Language

Hi! My name is Trish, and my sign name is “T-smile”! I’m a teacher here at Rancho Sordo Mudo. It’s a free home and school for the deaf in Valle de Guadalupe, México. Now, I wanted to check out Facebook Read more…