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Deaf Culture vs. Hearing Culture - (also, stomping on the ground to create vibrations is a perfectly acceptable way to attract a deaf individual's attention)

I pinned this to inform others what is truly the eyes and mouth of us who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

#ASL | haha I believe this works for English too.

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This is awesome,so helpful!

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INTRODUCTIONS in American #Deaf Culture: a standard exchange. An example of the differences in cultures often thought to be the same. #ASL

Once involved in Deaf Culture or ASL classes, you'll most likely hear about the historical figure, "Thomas Gallaudet" or his namesake University. This graphic briefly explains his significant participation in shaping the culture, language, and education of American Deaf people as it is today and from what it was long ago.

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ASL - I am in the process of learning now. I have met this amazing kid and his awesome interpreter! It is so worth it for more than these reasons too. - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

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Things to keep in mind when communicating with individuals who are deaf/hard of hearing.

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DeafMovies.org - A resource for finding films in ASL

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