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Assistance for Individuals Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing – CAP ASL VLOG

Assistance for Individuals Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing – CAP ASL VLOG

Hello. My name is Karen Grewal of the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP). Do you know what types of assistive technology (AT) CAP provides to federal employees of the Department of Defense and federal partnering agencies who are deaf or hard Read more…


Gesture Development in Toddlers with Hearing Loss: Behind the Science with Sophie Ambrose

Gesture Development in Toddlers with Hearing Loss: Behind the Science with Sophie Ambrose

I got my first NIH-funded grant, an R03, and the goal of the grant is to look at gesture development of infants and toddlers with hearing loss. My long-term goal is to look at, to identify precursors to later linguistic Read more…


Deaf Blind: How To Communicate

Deaf Blind:  How To Communicate

(♪♪♪) Hi everybody, so a while back I had gotten a request to get some information on how you communicate with Deaf Blind people. So I just want to warn you, I’m not an expert on this but I’m just Read more…


ISF Surdos : English for the Deaf in Brazil

Learning a new language requires dedication In this class, knowledge is acquired through silence The professor starts by writing his lessons on the board while students use Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS) to understand This English class for the deaf started Read more…


Safelite AutoGlass’ Deaf & Hard of Hearing/ Sign Language TV Commercial

Safelite AutoGlass’ Deaf & Hard of Hearing/ Sign Language TV Commercial

I DON’T KNOW IF YOU’VE EVER TAKEN THE TIME TO LEARN A LITTLE TINY BIT OF SOMEBODY ELSE’S NATIVE TONGUE? THAT OPENS UP THE DOORS TO TRUST. MY NAME IS KANYON. I’M A TECHNICIAN HERE IN PORTLAND OREGON. EVERY MORNING, Read more…


Kindergarten Readiness for Deaf Children in American Sign Language

Kindergarten Readiness for Deaf Children in American Sign Language

In America, hearing children enter Kindergarten ready to learn because they have a strong first language. At home, their parents predominantly use spoken language to communicate, which is accessible for them to acquire language. After acquiring language, they can develop Read more…


New restaurant staffed with deaf waiters

New restaurant staffed with deaf waiters

PETER MANSBRIDGE: A unique dining experience has just reached Canada. You can find it at a restaurant in downtown Toronto. It’s different because the menu not only caters to the taste buds. It also speaks a language of food you Read more…


Language and the brain: Insights from deafness and Sign Language (17 Mar 2015)

Language and the brain: Insights from deafness and Sign Language (17 Mar 2015)

Good afternoon, I’d like to welcome everyone to today’s Lunchtime Lecture. The speaker today is Dr Maréad MacSweeney. Maréad got her PhD in 1999, and then did a postdoc. at UCL, before going off to Oregon to work with Helen Read more…