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         Deafness:     more books (100)
  1. Choices in Deafness: A Parents' Guide to Communication Options by Ph.d.; Sue Schwartz, 2007-07-18
  2. Everyone Here Spoke Sign Language: Hereditary Deafness on Martha's Vineyard by Nora Ellen Groce, 1985
  3. A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family by Lou Ann Walker, 1987-09-23
  4. Orientation to Deafness (2nd Edition) by Nanci A. Scheetz, 2000-11-05
  5. The Politics of Deafness by Owen Wrigley, 1997-04-25
  6. Genetics, Disability, and Deafness
  7. Literacy and Deafness: Listening and Spoken Language by PhD Lyn Robertson, 2009-04-01
  8. Samedi the Deafness (Vintage Contemporaries) by Jesse Ball, 2007-09-04
  9. Kicking Up Dirt: A True Story of Determination, Deafness, and Daring by Ashley Fiolek, Caroline Ryder, 2010-05-01
  10. Evidence-Based Practice in Educating Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students (Professional Perspectives on Deafness) by Patricia Elizabeth Spencer, Marc Marschark, 2010-07-21
  11. Education and Deafness by Peter V. Paul, Stephen P. Quigley, 1989-08
  12. Mental Health and Deafness by Peter Hindley, Nick Kitson, 2005-11-29
  13. The Unheard: A Memoir of Deafness and Africa by Josh Swiller, 2007-09-04
  14. My Sense of Silence: Memoirs of a Childhood with Deafness by Lennard J. Davis, 2008-06-09

161. The Experience Of Deafness
Personal experiences of a latedeafened adult, including problems encountered, philosophy on becoming deaf, and goals to achieve.

162. Omer Zak Web Site
Information on deafness, Hebrew and Linux.
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163. Mosier, Teri
Deaf attorney in Louisville, Kentucky. A resume with links and published articles on the ADA, links pages for deafness related website, links for disability related websites, links for government and legal websites.
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Teri L. Mosier
Welcome to my online portfolio.
My name is Teri L. Mosier, I am a deaf lawyer living in Louisville, Kentucky. I provide general practice legal services, including securing the rights of people with disabilities. This is my personal web site and is not intended to be an advertisement. I was chosen as an At-Large Delegate for the next President of the United States, Al Gore. I attended the DNC conference in Los Angeles. Although I am not the first national deaf delegate, I appear to be the first democratic delegate from Kentucky. I was also a delegate to the National Stonewall Democratic Federation Convention in Palm Springs, immediately preceding the DNC. I am hoping to attend the Creating Change workshop in Atlanta.
Read about the DNCC Convention here: Top Eleven Observations at the DNC As widely reported online and in the media , deaf folks like myself had problems with DNCC on the first day. Not so widely reported was that after we began advocating for ourselves and our needs we received personal interpreters for the rest of the convention. Would a deaf caucus inside the party prevent such problems? Would you join? Post your thoughts in our deaf related forum.
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164. NIDCD Health Information Hearing Aids
Describes what hearing aids are and how they work, how to get a diagnosis of hearing loss, and the different types of hearing aids. From the US National Institute on deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

165. Linda's Helps For The Hard Of Hearing
This site is about my adultonset deafness, my cochlear implant, and has some teaching tools for helping people communicate effectively with the hard of hearing.
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Helpful Hints for Communicating with the Hard of Hearing
  • Accept reality. It impacts on their lives, and introduces different elements into your relationship. It isn't going to go away. Reconcile yourself to the fact of their hearing loss. It doesn't change who they are.
  • Speak slowly. Consider your own confusion when you listen to a newscaster on television who rushes through lines, especially when statistics are being quoted.
  • Don't shout. It doesn't help, and it may give the impression that you are angry! Learn to speak distinctly. Careful enunciation is a useful habit to cultivate anyway!
  • Remember that they will have trouble hearing when there is background noise.
  • Don't talk with your back to people with hearing loss. Even if they can't read your lips accurately when you face them, they will get a better sense of what you are saying! Also, if you have a moustache, please trim it so that it does not cover your lips. They NEED to see your lips clearly to lipread accurately
  • Don't start walking away while you are still talking. Your words will come out as gibberish.

166. Gallaudet University Press: Featuring Books On American Sign Language, Deaf Hist
Campusbased publishing house that produces literature and publications related to deafness and audiology.
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A Visual Anthology Two new videotapes and a new DVD present a spectacular overview of the diverse events that occurred during Deaf Way II in Washington, D.C., July 2002. Books by Subject New Books Recently Published ASL Audiology Autobiography Bestselling Sign Books Children's Books in Signed English Deaf Culture Deaf History Deaf Studies Linguistics Parenting Professional / Reference Signed English Signum Verlag Sociolinguistics Special Education Young Adult Author Index Title Index How to Order About the Press Permissions Submissions ... Gallaudet University Gallaudet University Press / 800 Florida Ave, NE / Washington, DC 20002 202.651.5488 (v/tty) / 202.651.5489 (fax) /

167. Grant W Laird Jr.
Photo album, family tree, and links to information on deafness.

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168. KHRI
Investigates basic questions of hearing and of deafness. Lists laboratories, faculty, training programs and seminars.

169. Center On Deafness Inland Empire
Communitybased service agency whose mission is to enable deaf, hard-of-hearing, and deafened adults to live independent, productive lives, with full access to all services and opportunities available. Located in Riverside, California.

170. Home Page
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171. The Dalmatian Club Of America Information On Dalmatian Hearing
The Dalmatian Club of America Information on Dalmatian Hearing.
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