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Ohio couple teaching deaf dog to communicate through sign language
The Republic
TOLEDO, Ohio — You can’t tell by looking at Rudi that she’s different from any other dog. The energetic young “pit bull”-mix loves to play and loves the attention of her owner, Angi Holt-Parks, who lives in Toledo. But Rudi has a disability: She’s deaf.
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Entertainment Iman, Daniel Radcliffe, Scarlett Johansson, Carly Rae Jepson
Kansas City Star
Daniel Radcliffe supports the charity Life & Deaf Association’s ‘Sign Good Morning’ campaign, which seeks to increase inclusion of deaf young people within communities. (Photo by Jon Furniss/Invision/AP). Jon Furniss — Jon Furniss/Invision/AP Actor
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Program teaches kids with disabilities to ride a bicycle
WBIR-TV
Friday, a few of the children left the safety of the gym at the Tennessee School for the Deaf and rode unassisted outside. One mother said learning to ride a bike has given her son more self confidence. “When he learned how to do on two wheels, that
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WBIR-TV
Marwood Thomas Braund honoured for services
Your Local Guardian
Mr Braund, from Sutton, has received the honour for his services to people with hearing Impairments and has tirelessly camapigned for better facilities for deaf people in the area. Email · Print this page; Comment(0). Comment now! Register or sign in
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Charity for the deaf invites Bradfordians to ‘paws for coffee’
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is asking people in the district to host a coffee event on Monday to support this charity. It hopes this campaign will raise sufficient funds to continue creating life-changing partnerships between hearing dogs and deaf people.
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RIC Professor Confers Diplomas at RI School for the Deaf
Rhode Island College News
Proud high school seniors at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf (RISDeaf) receive their diplomas from Marie Lynch, associate professor of special education at Rhode Island College and chair of RISDeaf’s Board of Trustees. Located in the historic 
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