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Deaf-Friendly Showcase: When Tummies Rumble, Deaf-Owned Mozzeria Hits the Mark!
Posted by: Staff Writer on May 28, 2014 | Comments
The mural-streaked, gritty Mission District is a neighborhood that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ pizza-obsessed Michaelangelo would have happily – and hungrily -- prowled. He may not have had use for its tattoo parlors nor vegan bakeries, but the plethora of Italian joints?Read More
Interpreters For Your Family Function: A Checklist
Posted by: Staff Writer on Sept. 30, 2013 | Comments
Christmas? Family Reunions? Weddings? It’s a perfect storm; near-strangers who might not have a close relationship are stuck together for hours at a time. There’s constant interaction and you’re often away from your own bed, your home, and your comfort zone. Even the closest of families run into this kind of tension from time to time.Read More
Deaf Awareness Week Gone Viral & Wearable #deaffriendly
Posted by: Staff Writer on Sept. 22, 2013 | Comments
Fashion fiends, this is the week to literally wear your Deaf pride. Breast cancer awareness comes with pink ribbons, and "LIVE STRONG" armbands showcase our dedication to health and fitness. This year, Deaf culture awareness comes with a #deaffriendly tee.Read More
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?Read More
8 Reasons You Benefit From Knowing Sign Language
Posted by: Staff Writer on Aug. 13, 2013 | Comments
It’s long been promoted that learning American Sign Language (ASL) will give you an uncanny superpower: the ability to communicate underwater, through windows and even at loud bars. But unless you are a dive instructor, audiologist or bartender, these superpowers may not benefit you at your workplace. You are probably asking yourself, “how is knowing ASL an asset to my work or business?”Read More