👂🏻#malentendant de naissance dont une oreille « désactivée », difficile de trouver des appareils adaptés... Bref, je viens de trouver la solution, vous approuvez ? 😂 Merci à @boudefemme_ 🙏🏽😘 #tattoo #deafness

Our Snowbility instructors are jumping for joy this morning over the exciting things we have planned the next few months. Incredible lessons for both existing and new students, more competitions, special events and it’s only 3 months until Christmas!! #Snowbility #Winter #inclusivesnowsports

The sea is the place to escape to ✈️


We are so excited to announce that our competition winner selected at random is.....ANDREW - age 12. Thoughtfully entered by his mum. We look forward to showing you how much Snowbility rocks! 🎿 ❄️ ⛄️ _____

Thank you to everyone who entered and watch this space for future competitions.

“‘With Sign Language, Everyone is Included!’ observes the following collective goals of the IDSL and IWDeaf: • Reach out to and influence as many governments as possible to legally fulfil their obligations.
• Promotes deaf people as unique in having both perspectives of disability and linguistic minority and that sign language and deaf culture strengthens multilingualism and are means of promoting, protecting and preserving diversity of languages and cultures globally.
• Reflects the principles of the CRPD in its recognition of sign languages as equal to spoken languages. Sign languages are fully-fledged natural languages, structurally distinct from spoken languages, alongside which they coexist.
• Emphasises sign language as a critical prerequisite to the full realisation of human rights for deaf people. Early access to sign language and services in sign language, including quality education available in sign language, is vital to the growth and development of the deaf individual and critical to the achievement of the internationally agreed development goals.
• Stresses that when working with Deaf Communities, the principle of “nothing about us without us” must be considered and integrated.” (http://wfdeaf.org/news/theme-for-international-day-of-sign-languages-and-international-week-of-the-deaf-2018/)
[ID: “with sign language, everyone is included,” IWD2018 logo]
#iwd #deaf #deafness #signlanguage #equality #idsl #idsl2018 #bsl #asl #see #life #hearingloss #hearingaids #cool #love #world #un #international

Sharing language and breaking down barriers between Deaf and hearing people is at the heart of our vision for the #NewDeafAcademy in Exmouth. Throwback to last Wednesday when we were teaching shoppers in Exmouth town centre how to fingerspell their names for #ExmouthDeafAwarenessWeek
Watch the full clip from @bbcspotlight on our Facebook page: Facebook.com/ExeterDeafAcademy


If your children watched Sesame Street in the 70s and 80s, chances are they were introduced to American Sign Language (ASL) by Linda Bove, a deaf actress who played Linda the Librarian from 1971-2003.

Bove was born to two deaf parents and grew up learning ASL. She graduated from Gallaudet University with a bachelor’s degree in Library Science in 1968, but a summer program at the National Theater for the Deaf (NTD) during her senior year changed her life.

Her most important work is ongoing, as co-founder of Deaf West Theatre (DWT). Bove co-founded DWT, a Los Angeles sign-language theater which features deaf and hearing actors telling stories together using ASL and spoken or sung English, with her husband in 1991.

source: healthyhearing.com
picture: The Sesame Street Lyrics Archive facebook page (picture description: a Sesame Street sign with the characters Ernie and Bert next to them is Linda Bove. The three of them making sign language, in white letters the phrase "Sign language ABC with Linda Bove")

Si sus hijos vieron Plaza Sésamo en los años 70 y 80, es posible que Linda Bove, una actriz sorda que interpretó a Linda la bibliotecaria de 1971-2003, les haya presentado el Lenguaje de Señas Americano (ASL). Bove nació de dos padres sordos y creció aprendiendo ASL. Se graduó de la Universidad de Gallaudet con una licenciatura en Ciencias de la Biblioteca en 1968, pero un programa de verano en el Teatro Nacional para Sordos (NTD) durante su último año cambió su vida.

Su trabajo más importante está en curso, como cofundador de Deaf West Theatre (DWT). Bove fue cofundadora de DWT, un teatro de lenguaje de signos de Los Ángeles que presenta a los actores sordos y oyentes contando historias juntos usando ASL y el inglés hablado o cantado.
fuente: healthyhearing.com
Foto: The Sesame Street Lyrics Archive facebook page (DI: un cartel de plaza sésamo con los personajes Enrique y Beto junto a ellos Linda Bove. Los tres están haciendo lenguaje de señas. Arriba en letras blancas la frase “Lenguaje de señas ABC con Linda Bove”)

Kıyıköy Trakya Kuzeyinde sahil kasabadır. Pabuç dere ve Kazandereler birlikte Karadenize dökülürler. Ormanda Kurt tilki inekler domuz sincap ve tavşanlar yaşarlar. Burdan istanbula 2-3 saate ulaşim sağliyor. Yazin sahil için kalabalik oluyor ve yazdan sonrasi kamp için gezilecek yerler oluyor.
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Have you checked out the latest #BlogPost on our website? 💻 Its a fun read about a serious topic. @ruth_abercrombie shares about how #Deafness increases vulnerability #DatingTheDeaf #DeafAwareness

Coco Dangles....! 🤗

My subscribers got first picks of the Coco Dangle restock which happened last night. There are only 14 pairs left so if you would like a pair, be sure to go check them out on the website! Link in the bio 💜 x

#cocodangles #statementearrings #colouryourlife

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