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Educational Interpreter Survey. How is your overall work environment?

After 25 years as an educational interpreter I have noticed a huge difference in for lack of a better term the work environment.

The attitude toward interpreters. 153 more words

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Deaf Kids Code with Shireen Hafeez

In this episode, we’re talking to Shireen Hafeez, the founder of an organisation called Deaf Kids Code – and as you may guess, this organisation’s goal is to promote, inspire, empower, and spark the innovative spirit of people who are deaf or hard of hearing through the world of programming. 4,113 more words

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How much listening is too much?

– Michele

Listening is hard work. At the end of a long day of meetings I’m exhausted. When I share this with my hearing colleagues they’ll say “Oh, I know—me too!” But is it the same? 1,095 more words

Daily Grind

What is Georgia Hands & Voices?

Last year, I joined the Georgia Hands & Voices Guide By Your Side Program and became a Parent Guide!  I’ve gotten loads of questions about Georgia Hands & Voices and my new role, so I decided to write up a post to share with you about who we are and what we do! 805 more words

Hearing Loss

How to Support Your Child's Literacy in 4 Easy Steps

1. Read to your child every day.

The best way to foster literacy is by modeling it.  The more exposure your child has to books, the more exposure he/she will have to vocabulary.  1,475 more words

From Blog to Blog: Rikie and Renee

Rikie lives in the Netherlands, Renee lives in Switzerland since 2009. We both are hearing impaired. We both blog about it.
Every now and then, when we talk to each other live, we ask each other questions like ‘How do you do that?’ or ‘How did that go with you?’. 1,212 more words

Hard Of Hearing

3 Months Away from first year anniversary with HoH status

The title may come as a shocker for a few of you who have been rather regular readers when I used to be active on this blog, several several months ago. 761 more words

Writing