DEAR ABBY: I am a 32-year-old late-deafened adult. I have been deaf in my right ear my whole life, but lost my hearing in my left ear after a tumor was removed when I was 27. I guess they are right when they say we are never fully prepared to lose things we have taken… Read more »
The House of Representatives will vote this week on H.R.620. We need your help to stop it! Hearing Loss Association of America is opposed to the passage of H.R.620. Big business is trying to bamboozle the House and the American public into supporting an unnecessary law misleadingly titled the “ADA Education and Reform Act of… Read more »
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Sign language often flows like music for people who depend on it for communication. This video is an excellent tutorial and explanation of how sign language is created and interpreted.