GRAPELICIOUS NEWS 08.26.2013

Maryland School for the Deaf welcomes back students

Frederick News Post (subscription)
The Maryland School for the Deaf in Frederick welcomes back students today amid curriculum and schedule changes. This year, the school will fully implement the Common Core Curriculum, a state-wide reading, writing and math standard. Principal Kevin 
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The benefits, limits of DNA sequencing
Boston Globe
The Nadeaus could prepare for the future if they knew whether the children who whisper in shouting voices and sleep soundly through violent thunderstorms would eventually become deaf or develop other health issues. Jeanne could make sure they learned 
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Dog Day
Santa Barbara Edhat
From keeping us safe working for the emergency services to supporting people who are blind, deaf or disabled, dogs do a lot for us humans, and this is an opportunity to give something back. Recommendations for ways to celebrate Dog Day range from 
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It pays to be pushy with hearing loss
Eastbourne Herald
Pete Halsey, is chief executive of the ACT Deaf Resource Centre, and recently visited Hearing Link’s Sovereign Harbour offices to discuss developments Down Under and plan for the conference. “I am really looking forward to the conference and visiting 
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New Mexico School for the Deaf tackles dwindling roster with positive team spirit
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
New Mexico School for the Deaf tackles dwindling roster with positive team spirit. Fernando Silva, left, and Cedric Toledo practice with their teammates Thursday at the New Mexico School for the Deaf. Jane Phillips/The New Mexican 
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Family Dance Off Results: Deaf Guys Can Dance!
CMR
Shaheem had to learn sign language and now he has a 4.0 GPA in school and volunteers to help other deaf children enjoy dancing. Mom tried hard to keep up here and it was nice to see how this family loves to dance. They were not the most polished family 
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I hear you loud and clear, now
ABC Local
After illness struck, a shattered and completely deaf Stephen waited three years to receive the life transforming operation to restore his hearing and give him a second lease on the life he once lived: an adult cochlear implant. While a lot has been 
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