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         Deafness:     more books (100)
  1. Dancing Without Music: Deafness in America by Beryl Lieff Benderly, 1990-09-01
  2. Advances in Cognition, Education, and Deafness
  3. Deafness: A Personal Account by David Wright, 1991-10
  4. Deafness and Hearing Loss: The Essential Guide by Juliet England, 2010-05-01
  5. Hollywood Speaks: Deafness and the Film Entertainment Industry by John S. Schuchman, 1999-05-20
  6. How You Gonna Get to Heaven If You Can't Talk With Jesus: On Depathologizing Deafness
  7. Deafness in Mind: Working Psychologically with Deaf People Across the Lifespan by Sally Austen, Susan Crocker, 2005-11-29
  8. On Deafness, Giddiness, and Noises in the Head by Edward Woakes, 2010-10-14
  9. Living with Deafness by Barbara Taylor, 1989-10-19
  10. Hearing and Deafness
  11. Deafness, Children and the Family: A Guide to Professional Practice by Jennifer Densham, 1995-04
  12. Identity Crisis in Deafness: A Humanistic Perspective by B.M. Schowe, 1979-06
  13. Reading and deafness by Cynthia M King, Cynthia M. King, et all 1985
  14. Multicultural Issues in Deafness by Kathee M. Christensen, 1992-08

81. Poetry By Deaf And Hard Of Hearing People
Works by deaf and hard of hearing people, expressing their feelings and experiences with hearing loss.
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Subscribe to the About Deafness / Hard of Hearing newsletter. zau(256,152,100,'hs','',''); Search Deafness / Hard of Hearing Email to a friend Print this page Stay Current Subscribe to the About Deafness / Hard of Hearing newsletter. Recent Discussions All Deaf Babies Implanted Now? Deaf Ancestors Deaf Attitudes, Hearing Learning Sign Suggested Reading Deaf Culture Poetry Forum Thread: Poetry Other Comments? Questions? Articles by Date Articles by Topic Most Popular Sign Language Dictionaries Online Helen Keller Fingerspelling - Learn the Manual Alphabet Law, Legal Rights, and Deaf and Hard of Hearing ... Ear Wax What's Hot Deaf Expo Law, Legal Rights, and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Deaf Erotica Insurance and Hearing Aids ... History of the TTY
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Expressing deep thoughts on life with hearing loss
Hearing loss can stir up some pretty strong feelings. The arts offer an outlet for those feelings. One popular medium for expressing feelings about deafness and hearing loss is poetry.

82. Title Of Page
Curt is one of three surviving quadruplet boys. Family information, links, pictures and information about deafness.
Curt Kuhn




ASP Fraternity

Deaf Pro Athletes

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Eagles Blues Welcome to Curt Kuhn's page!! You are visitor number Gallaudet University Box 960 800 Florida Ave NE Washington, DC 20002 (202) 675-0221 TTY

83. OFA: Deafness
Congenital deafness. Genetic deafness in Dogs Information on genetic deafness in dogs. Congenital deafness application Online Acrobat pdf form.
QUICK Search OFA Records by Registration Number, OFA number, or Name Advanced Search General Information
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Congenital Deafness
Genetic Deafness in Dogs
Information on genetic deafness in dogs OFA BAER testing
The protocol for BAER testing to receive an OFA certificate General Deafness Information
A link to more information on deafness prevalence, causes, and management from Louisiana State University. Congenital Deafness Number Key
Interpret the meaning of the OFA congenital deafness certification number assigned to your dog. Congenital Deafness application
Online Acrobat pdf form Fill the top part of this form out online, print, and take to your vet to use when he does a hearing test. Fees are listed on the form or may be found in the OFA fees section. Note for Dalmatian owners
The OFA is pleased to announce that until further notice, the OFA will register the BAER screening results for whole litters of Dalmatians into the congenital deafness database at NO CHARGE . This is made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor. dedicated to the improved health and well-being of companion animals home contact us website sponsored by

84. Welcome To Deaf And HOH Culture Information
Includes deaf history and resources, statistics on deafness, working with deaf and hard of hearing employees, and an annotated directory of links.
Greetings Deaf and Hard of Hearing People and also Friends!
Lauri's Homepage has a new look page and name, Deaf and HOH Culture Information. New pages were added and one removed. Internet is a great opportunity for me to communciate with many wonderful deaf and hard of hearing people and others.
I will be honored to add your website relating to the Deaf or HOH under Deaf Connection or Deaf/HOH Personal Homepages. If you change your website address, Please click "Contact Me" button on the left and let me know. Thank you!
What's New
  • My Perspective - A new page of my website features an informative report of what is the best for your child, programs, etc. Its under About me page.
  • Working with Deaf/HOH Employees - An informative report for all hearing employees to have a better understanding of what are the needs for the deaf and hard of hearing employees.
Top Links
I highly recommend to check these links out.
  • Deafvoice - one of best News on many categories! Must see!
  • DeBee Communications - is a deaf-owned independent company to film documentaries, and educational videotapes focused on deaf issues for deaf and hearing people.

85. American Sign Language And Other Deaf Related Sites
Signed Alphabet Page! Illustrations A to Z Print It Out! deafness Sign Language A Basic ASL Aid. ASLLRP. deafness Oralism and Cochlear Implants.
American Sign Language and other deaf related sites Animated Signs Page! Signed Alphabet Page! Illustrations A to Z - Print It Out!
Deafness: Sign Language
Real World Success American Sign Language download a sign language font A Basic ASL Aid ASLLRP Deafness: Oralism and Cochlear Implants Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf Central Institute for the Deaf Auditory Verbal International, Inc. (AVI) Cochlear Implant / Impianto cocleare - Cochlear Implants / Impianti cocleari ... History of Cochlear Implants Deafness: Organizations Deafness / Hard of Hearing Welcome to The Mining Company Real World Success Association of Late Deafened Adults - Garden State Aurora of Central New York Better Hearing Institute Home Page ... Deaf Employees Association for the United States Deafness: Education American Society for Deaf Children ACE-DHH home page Disabilities Studies and Services Center (DSSC) International Deaf Education and Advancement Fund ... U.S. Department of Education (ED) Home Page
Deafness: Legalities Americans With Disabilities Act Document Center Government OSERS IDEA'97 Home Page Deafness: Culture Deafness / HOH Page National Theatre of the Deaf COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT: DEAFology 101 - The Deaf Resource Library ... SIGN-SATION Deafness: Assistive Technologies Florida Dog Guides For The Deaf,Inc. Homepage

86. White Deafness Discussion Paper Document
A technical paper designed to stimulate thought on the heredity of white linked deafness in cats.
The 1995 All Breed White Deafness Survey
As part of the 1995 All Breed White Deafness Survey, a Discussion Paper was drawn up in order to stimulate thought on the heredity of White Linked Deafness in cats. This Paper is reproduced below with footnotes for browsers which support frames. David Brinicombe and may only be reproduced in part or in whole by the permission of David Brinicombe . Permission will not be unreasonably withheld if copying or quoting the Paper is in the interest of research into eliminating White Deafness. All quotes or copies must be attributed to David Brinicombe. Click on these links for Advice for Looking After Deaf Kittens or Cats and Tests for Deafness
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Not all white cats are deaf and it has been reported that there are some populations of Whites which are less prone to deafness that others. If this is so and a risk of white deafness is hereditary, then white deafness is most likely to be influenced by polygenes. Past research has reported a high statistical correlation between blue eyes and deafness in Whites. Not all white cats have blue eyes nor are all white cats deaf, but an independant factor may give rise to both blue eyes and deafness in Whites. A common factor may mean that blue eyes could be a pointer to cats carrying a higher risk of deafness.

87. DEAFNESS : Contact A Family - For Families With Disabled Children: Information O
printer friendly, deafness, Over 25,000 use the services of the RNID. Group details last confirmed March 2004. DEFEATING deafness (THE HEARING TRUST).
printer friendly DEAFNESS home more about us in your area conditions information ... how you can help search this site Did you find this page
yes no The human ear is a very sophisticated sensory organ that performs two functions: hearing and balance. It is probably the most developed sensory system in the human apart from vision. The outer, middle and inner ear, hearing nerve and it's central connections allow us to hear what we want to hear while suppressing what we don't want to and attach meanings so that an appropriate response can be made. Hearing is extremely important for the development of spoken language. Those with a pre-lingual profound hearing loss will not have access to speech sounds and hence will not develop oral language, while those with a severe pre-lingual hearing loss will not develop normal speech. Moderate hearing loss may affect speech and (oral) language development and will have a considerable effect on the mainstream education of children. Mild hearing losses also may affect the ability to learn depending on a number of other factors. The incidence of significant permanent congenital hearing loss is about 1 in 1,000 live births. This almost doubles by the age 10 years because of acquired hearing loss from meningitis, mumps, measles, trauma and other causes. Most congenital hearing losses are due to the malfunction of the inner ear but a few are due to malformation of the middle ear ossicles or the ear canal. If the hearing loss is due to a problem within the inner ear, or occasionally due to abnormalities in the hearing nerve, the term sensorineural hearing loss is used. Hearing loss due to a problem within the middle ear or the outer ear is called a conductive hearing loss while a combination is called a mixed loss.

88. Hearing Disorders Information And Other Resources For UK Patients
The NHS Electronic Quality Information for Patients project (Equip) offers a directory of links to information for people affected by hearing loss and deafness.
Hearing Disorders
Home Information Topics Related topics:
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Further information
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EQUIP also has separate pages of information on disability support and carer support Links to useful websites: The following links contain information about hearing disorders. The information on these websites has not been checked by our doctors, but they are rated as good quality sites.
  • Patient UK - information factsheets written by doctors on: ear and hearing, ears and flying, earwax, glue ear, grommets, meniere's disease, otitis externa, otitis media, otosclerosis, presbyacusis, tinnitus. Vestibular Disorders Association - an American site which has detailed information written by doctors about inner-ear balance disorders such as Meniere's disease, Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and labyrinthitis
National contacts:

89. Deafness - EENET
deafness. EENET Articles on deafness. Deaf Kids Sign on for School in Tanzania an article by M Miles on the Disability World website. deafness
EENET is keen to promote discussion about the particular issues related to including deaf children in education in the South (developing countries). However, EENET is not a specialist agency in deaf issues. See Resource Organisations on Deaf Issues for details of organisations that will be able to help you with your particular need. For example, if you want information about:
  • Deaf Children overseas - contact the World Federation of the Deaf, Deaf Africa Fund or Christoffel Blinden Mission International Deaf children in the UK - contact NDCS Deafblind children overseas - contact SENSE International Deafblind children in the UK - contact SENSE c/o SENSE International Hearing aids and audiology services - contact Soundseekers
We have had a lot of enquiries about learning sign language recently. If you are in the UK and would like to learn sign language, please contact your local adult education centre. New Resource Coming Soon
In Spring 2004, the International Deaf Children's Society will be launching its brand new website for deaf children, young deaf people, their families and professionals working in the field of childhood deafness. The site will feature a comprehensive database known as 'Resource Directory', listing useful organisations worldwide. To ensure your organisation is included in the directory just click on the following link and fill in the online form:

90. NAD Homepage | National Association Of The Deaf
Programs and activities include grassroots advocacy and empowerment, captioned media, certification of American Sign Language professionals; certification of sign language interpreters; deafnessrelated information and publications, legal assistance, policy development and research, public awareness, and youth leadership development.
Members Only Area
NAD Conference- Click Here! NAD Appoints Youth Leadership Camp Director NAD Announces $175,000 Settlement with New Jersey Jail United We Stand Disaster Relief Fund Policy Established ... Action Alerts Regular column
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Building A Place Of Our Own- Marvin Miller
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91. Welkom Bij Maak Een Gebaar
Information about deafness and sign language in the Netherlands for hearing persons who would like to know more about the deaf community including 3D animations of signs.

92. Adult Aphasia Recent Research
Fact sheet covering established aphasia types and therapies, support organizations, and new approaches to evaluation, characterization, and treatment. Published by the National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

93. The BIGGEST Deaf Internet Search Engine
A directory of deafnessrelated resources, including organisations, BSL, culture, magazines, and discussion groups. The BIGGEST Deaf Internet Search Engine
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Deaf news from around the World >STRAW PRAISES SMS BENEFITS FOR THE DEAF (UK) Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, who is deaf in his right ear, said texting had given him “a new ear” said “It’s fantastic
>DIAMOND DAY OUT FOR DEAF CHILDREN (NDCS) The NDCS 60th anniversary family fun-filled day for deaf children is on the way on Saturday 19 June 2004 as part of The National Deaf Children's Society's Diamond Anniversary

>CENTRE'S LIFELINE FOR THE DEAF (UK) The “Listening Bus” was paying a visit to the headquarters of the North Devon Deaf Children’s Society to show both deaf people and their families the wide range of gadgets

>ONE-STOP SHOP FOR PARENTS (IRE) Janet Young, an old pupil of Mary Hare and a graduate of the University of Central Lancashire, has been given responsibility by the British Deaf Association to produce a 'one-stop shop' CD-Rom
>MATTHEW IS WORTHY OF NOTE (UK) 16 year old Matthew Willbye, who has battled the odds to become a successful musician, has been nominated for this year's Awards
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94. BBC NEWS | Health | Signing 'increases Deafness Rates'
Sign language may be behind rising rates of inherited deafness, according to researchers. Signing increases deafness rates . A mutation


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Last Updated: Wednesday, 28 April, 2004, 15:31 GMT 16:31 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Signing 'increases deafness rates'
A mutation in one gene causes 50% of inherited deafness Sign language may be behind rising rates of inherited deafness, according to researchers.
The proportion of people who are born with profound hearing loss has doubled over the past 200 years. Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University in the United States have traced the increase back to the introduction of sign language in the early 1800s. They say the introduction of sign language allowed people who are deaf to communicate with each other more easily. They say it also led to many more people with hearing loss marrying. At least 85% of individuals with profound deafness marry another deaf person
Professor Walter Nance The researchers believe the decision of so many people with inherited hearing loss to marry has been behind the increase in deafness rates. Gene mutations More than 100 genes are involved in hearing loss. As a result, most people who are deaf have children with normal hearing because they pass on different genes.

95. Amys Animals
Visit her three dogs, two of which are deaf, and one cat. Learn about deafness in dogs.
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96. Deafness And Hereditary Hearing Loss Overview
Seattle. deafness and Hereditary Hearing Loss Overview. deafness. Figure 1. Causes of Prelingual deafness in Children. Environmental Causes.
Deafness and Hereditary Hearing Loss Overview
Authors: Richard JH Smith, MD
Glenn Edward Green, MD
Guy Van Camp, PhD
About the Authors

Initial Posting:
14 February 1999 Last Revision
18 December 2003
Disease characteristics. Several hundred genes are known to cause hereditary hearing loss and deafness. The hearing loss may be conductive, sensorineural, or mixed; syndromic or nonsyndromic; and prelingual (before language develops) or postlingual (after language develops). Diagnosis/testing. Genetic forms of hearing loss must be carefully distinguished from acquired (non-genetic) causes of hearing loss. The genetic forms of hearing loss are diagnosed by otologic, audiologic, and physical examination, family history , ancillary testing (such as CT examination of the temporal bone), and DNA-based testing . DNA-based genetic tests are available for many types of syndromic and nonsyndromic deafness, although usually only on a research basis. On a clinical basis, DNA-based testing is available for the diagnosis of branchio-oto-renal (BOR) syndrome gene ), Mohr-Tranebjaerg syndrome (deafness-dystonia-optic atrophy syndrome;

97. ASL Boardroom
Information and educational workshops on sign language and deafness for parents, interpreters, deaf individuals, and the general public.

98. Maine Center On Deafness
The Maine Center on deafness (MCD) is a nonprofit organization that serves people in Maine who are D/deaf, latedeafened or hard-of-hearing by providing
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Maine TTY Directory

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Maine Center on Deafness
we hope to make this site informative and fun. Maine Center on Deafness, MCD 68 Bishop Street, Suite 3 Portland, Maine 04103 1-800-639-3884 TTY/V outside the Portland calling area Please contact Donna Jones at West End Webs for questions or problems with the web site. website updated June 1, 2004

99. Information On Deafness Organized By Topic
Formerly the National Information Center on deafness, is a centralized source of accurate, upto-date, objective information on topics dealing with deafness and hearing loss in the age group of 0-21.
Gallaudet Clerc Center search site index
Information on Deafness This Information on Deafness section of the Clerc Center Web site is organized by topic. Click on a topic below and you will see resources from Info to Go , other Clerc Center products , and Web sites that are not Clerc Center or Gallaudet University sites. For more information about Info to Go For more information about the Clerc Center See also: Frequently Asked Questions
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Assistive Devices and Hearing Aids
Alerting and Communicating Devices for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People This Web page provides a description of what alerting and communication devices are available for deaf and hard of hearing people. Hearing Aids and Other Assistive Devices: Where to Get Assistance This publication provides ways to locate agencies and organizations that may offer financial aid for deaf and hard of hearing people who need assistive devices such as hearing aids, TTYs, and decoders.

100. Deafness - A To Z Home's Cool Homeschooling
YOU ARE HERE HOME CONCERNS deafness, Homeschooling Deaf Children deafness Guide, Jamie Berke, has links concerning deafness.
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