Deaf woman hears her baby granddaughter laugh for the first time, live on TODAY (blog)
Video: Sarah Campbell, 57, has been hearing-impaired her whole life, but thanks to a cochlear implant, she will now be able to hear things she has never heard before. TODAY’s Matt Lauer reports, and Campbell’s family joins her as her implant is turned
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Washington hosts international Catholic deaf conference
My catholic standard
With hands moving quickly through the air, members of the International Catholic Deaf Association signed all the responses in unison for a July 16 Mass held at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington as part of
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Deaf pupils recognised for educational achievements in Doncaster
The Star
Deaf pupils have been recognised for their educational achievements at Doncaster School for the Deaf this week. The pupils have received prizes for educational excellence at the school’s annual prize giving day. Jane Goodman, deputy head teacher, said: 
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185-year overdue book reminds community of bond between Centre, Ky. School
No one likes paying library fines, least of all the one incurred by a Centre College library book recently found in a desk at Jacobs Hall Museum on the campus of Danville’s Kentucky School for the Deaf. The book, which has the date “December, 1828″ 
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