High-tech technology updates help the deaf to communicate better
Omaha World-Herald
The companies that provide these services say the new avenues of communication are available thanks to evolving video technology, high-speed internet connections and, often, software and hardware engineers who are deaf or have a deaf family member
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Yallahs Primary Brownies reach out to deaf community
Jamaica Gleaner
LAST SATURDAY morning, the Brownie Group of the Yallahs Primary School visited the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf (CCCD) in Kingston. The excited girls, with two of their teachers, made the eagerly awaited trip as part of an ongoing programme
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Jamaica Gleaner
Deaf woman adopts deaf dog
She was a dog that no one wanted until a western New York woman read about her online. Jessica Czamara of Niagara Falls had to meet Maggie because they share something significant. Both of them are deaf. The pitbull was found in need of food 
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Bairnsdale Students off to Deaflympics
ABC Online (blog)
Four students from Bairnsdale Secondary College’s Deaf Education Program will be heading off to Europe and as part of their itinery will attend the games in Sofia. There will be a bit of sightseeing in other countries and a Sign Circle camp in Lancashire.
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