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HIP Tag Questions:

I am working on my first part of my The Questions series: ‘What is Hearing Loss?’ which will be posted this week. As a pre-blog post for that blog post, I adapted the VIP (Visually Impaired People) Tag questions for people with hearing loss. 999 more words

Hearing Loss

Fun, Friends, Fellowship, & Fundraising!

Never in my life did I imagine I could do things that I like and things I am good at to benefit others!

I love meeting new people, I love making new things, so needless to say… I LOVE CRAFT FAIRS!!! 1,075 more words

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Interpreter for a Day!

Saturday was very unexpected. Last weekend I decided to check out classes at city college for next semester but spontaneously found a child development class available for this past weekend. 874 more words

Journal Entries

What does a sign language interpreter do?

A sign language interpreter converts the spoken language to sign language and vice versa. The interpreter has to listen, understand and memorise the content of the original language and accurately convey the message in sign language. 445 more words


American Sign Language Course Offered at UTA

UTA is making history by introducing its first ever American Sign Language course. The offering supports the institution’s mission statement of embracing diversity and public service, as well as a longstanding commitment to serving students with disabilities.  184 more words

CoLA News

utadisabilitystudies reblogged this on UTA Disability Studies Minor and commented:

A pilot American Sign Language class in Summer 2016 was so successful that the Department of Modern Languages is offering both ASL 1 and ASL 2 in Fall 2016.

Fields of Promise

I am so very thankful for friends and co-workers who can do things in UG that I cannot while I am here in the USA. One of my biggest fears was leaving the fields just a few days after planting and likely not returning until the preparation time for the next crop. 743 more words

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Disability in Society: Four Public Agendas

Ron Berger —

I am a sociologist by training and have been thinking about and studying disability as a social phenomenon, not just as an individual experience, for many years. 3,402 more words

Politics And Economics