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Our Latest Obsession at deaffriendly.com: OtoSense

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 20, 2015  |  Comments

A couple weeks ago, during our weekly staff meeting, we were swapping stories about missed doorbells, burning cookies in the oven, and well… overflowing the bathroom sink. It’s a Deaf thing. C’mon, you’ve been there too, right? One our staffers remembers the day she overflowed the sink, twice and burned a romantic dinner for her sweetie. Needless to say she wasn’t feeling the love that night as she washed a load of sopping wet towels.

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Best of 2014 #deaffriendly Businesses

Posted by: Staff Writer on Dec. 30, 2014  |  Comments

As the year winds down, counting is the name of the game: Days to 2015, partridges and pear trees, holiday pounds to shed, shopping budgets, and resolution lists. But at the deaffriendly headquarters, we count with spreadsheets: Analyzing #deaffriendly businesses and which one’s deserve top honors in several business categories.

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Is Your College On The Deaf Friendly Map?

Posted by: Staff Writer on Aug. 27, 2013  |  Comments

3-ring binders? Check. Extra 64-GB flash drives for thesis? Check. Lime-green highlighters for all-night cram sessions? Check. #deaffriendly campus environment in the city where you're getting your learn on?

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Not Just FaceTime: Apple Store's Accessibility Workshops Reveal Deaf-Friendly Features

Posted by: Staff Writer on May 20, 2013  |  Comments

At 8 A.M. sharp, deaf and hearing attendees are huddled near the University Village Apple Store's Genius Bar in Seattle, WA. Armed with their morning caffeine, they're here to learn more about the magical accessibility features lurking within their Apple products.

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100 Reviews Later: Why You Should Write deafREVIEWS

Posted by: Staff Writer on June 26, 2012  |  Comments

Are you still a “review virgin”? Last week, on deafREVIEW, we hit our first milestone – 100 business reviews since our launch – and want to thank the 20+ reviewers who have contributed! As these reviewers know, writing your very first deafREVIEW may feel scary, but very rewarding.

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Alissa

Alissa

Timberwood Grill

My family and I went there often. The waitresses know us and most of time ready ...

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Christine

Christine

ck digital solutions

I am a deaf owner, I know English and I know ASL . I can assist in ...

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Sharon

Sharon

Lane County Public Health

Accommodating, not at all condescending, and ALWAYS try to get an ASL Interpreter!

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Ariele

Ariele

Cinerama

I am writing this as wanted to get their attention on this in hoping that they ...

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