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When You Have A Deaf Challenged Consumer Experience

Posted by: Staff Writer on Nov. 16, 2016  |  Comments

We’ve all been there. It’s the eyeroll. Or the exasperated sigh. Or the way they walk away and laugh while pointing at you with another co-worker. Maybe it’s even the outright refusal to serve you or provide you with accommodations. However you experience your deaf-challenged moment, it never feels good. Your stomach churns. Your break out into cold sweat. You can feel that rage start to simmer.

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flashBACK Friday: The Rise and Fall of WyndTell Pagers

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 25, 2013  |  Comments

Designed specifically for deaf and hard of hearing people; WyndTell Pagers quickly became a revolutionary communication tool.

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Calling All Tax Procrastinators: Don't Forget Fido, Tuition, Hearing Aids, SSI/SSDI

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 8, 2013  |  Comments

We're getting down to the wire: Unless you're an early-bird filer or are taking the Form 4868 (a tax extension) route, you've only got a week left to file taxes for the year 2012.

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Deaf Consumer Support System: Do You Have One?

Posted by: Staff Writer on Dec. 11, 2012  |  Comments

Do you have a stride in your step, or are you dragging your feet due to the weight of an inaccessible universe on your shoulders? Sometimes, the difference between the two has less to do with the world you’re born into, than the support system you create for yourself.

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Save the Date: FCC Internet Captioning Deadline Coming Up

Posted by: Staff Writer on May 23, 2012  |  Comments

Are you tired of being left out from all the video programming offered on the Internet? You’re not alone. With over 35 million deaf and hard of hearing people in the U.S., the mostly un-captioned state of the Web is a source of frustration for many.

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Deaf/HH Consumers - Do You Know the Rules of Tipping?

Posted by: Melissa echo Greenlee on April 10, 2012  |  Comments

Being a good tipper is a subtle act that leaves a heavy impression that can make or break your relationships – with businesses and with people. On a first date, forgetting to leave a tip (or, tipping stingily) can be the kind of faux pas that makes it nary impossible to score a second date.

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Le Petit Chouette

Le Petit Chouette

Cafe Bollywood

Pandemic food delivery can be a hit or miss. I had a craving for Indian food ...

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MELODY

MELODY

Anthony's Cookies

my go to chocolate chip cookie shop! when we are in the area, we always make ...

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Russ

Russ

UCSF Medical Center

IV Center (one of the best in providing service esp when it comes to communication).  ...

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Ariele

Ariele

Bongos

I love their foods.  I am so happy with the customer service I receive from them ...

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