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Can you Hear My Strength
Jennifer Stanton is a very charming and bright eyed young African-American woman who has defeated all of the odds, by overcoming a disability that labeled her a mild-retardation, with a hearing lost in one ear, who was diagnosed, at a very young age
The Music Gym
Amongst the squash courts and practice nets at Horntye Sports Centre in Hastings is the Decoda Music Gym, an area designed for experimenting and playing with music and movement. For the physically able there's an interactive bouncy castle, dancing-b
What's in a Name
I realized the other day that it has now been 5 years since my husband and I first moved forward with the idea of opening a clinic for children and families. About that same time when we began trying to think of what we would name it. The process of
Its Tax Time: Do You Know Where Your Deductions Are?
People with disabilities often have a much greater range of potential expenses to deduct when tax time rolls around according to Disaboom, the largest online community for people with disabilities. As is the case for other taxpayers, expenses must e
How the Mexican Sign Language Has Evolved Over Time
Deaf communities, their family and friends as a common and convenient means of communication, use sign languages in many parts of the world. Even within a country there might exists many sign languages that would vary from region to region, however,
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This is What it Involves to Master Sign Language Signs
People who are deaf and cannot speak have to communicate with each other in their community or with others. As they cannot learn any language or speak any language it is through the sign language that they share their thoughts, feelings and messages
Diet Therapy
? Diet is called one of the most effective methods for treating any patient and even for any healthy person. A variety of alternative diets are offered for treating cancer, cardiovascular disease, and food allergies. Basically most of the diets focu
Valuing Others: Reflections on an Incident in a Kindergarten Classroom
When we hear about things on the news, read them in the paper, or listen to the latest gossip from friends or colleagues, there is a tendency to jump to conclusions and make assumptions about the people involved. I try to keep in mind that there are
So You are Going to a New School
The sun is continuing to shine, and the warmer air is upon us here in Michigan. For many families, the school year is quickly coming to a close; which means that summer will arrive before we know it. Transitioning to a summer routine can be challeng
Learning to Think: Part One - All Students Can Learn to be Mindful
Summer is quickly coming to an end, and school has begun for many children. School buses are busily picking up students and dropping them off during the morning and evening commutes. With the beginning of a new school year, I thought it would be hel
Communication is Dynamic
Communication is a dynamic process. It goes way beyond the words we say. Many people interchange the words communication, language, and speech; but these terms are not synonymous. Speech refers to the actual words or sounds that are coming from your
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