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Ws Deaf
Welcome to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Association. This is the Website of West Sussex deaf and hard of hearing association, in resoarse centres befriending service hearing aids and clinics.
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Ws Deaf
Welcome to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Association. This is the Website of West Sussex deaf and hard of hearing association, in resoarse centres befriending service hearing aids and clinics.
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UK Deaf Sport
The UK Deaf Sport was setup in 2003, to encourage deaf people to participate and enjoy sports. The organization has many projects in place, with the current one being to have a minimum of 900 deaf people participating and excelling in sports. The organization will also hold Deaflympics similar to that of an Olympics, with deaf sportsmen and women participating in the event. The core aim is to help deaf people feel included in the sports world.
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Summit Deaf Aids
Summit Deaf Aids was established in 1985 with the aim of providing the head hearing community safety equipment like fire alarms. The team at Summit are committed to ensuring excellence and producing top quality and reliable products in aiding the deaf community. With the latest advancements made in technology Summit has become a leader in not just manufacturing safety equipment but also raising awareness to help deaf people.
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Sudden Deafness
Sudden Deafness offers insight into hard hearing and deaf people on various aspects of their condition. For instance, certain articles on the site cover topics like how to choose the right hearing aid, how hearing loss will impact your life, understanding hearing loss and more. Sudden Deafness is for individuals that suddenly become deaf in later life, whether as kids or adults. And for a condition such as this, help is required. And this is what this website aims to do.
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Sign Writing
The Sign Writing site contains sign writing applications for people with hard hearing disabilities. These applications can be now used on iPhones, iPads and iPods. There are useful resources on this site including forums, library, lessons, dance writing, symbol bank, linguistics and more. Learn what sign writing is all about, who uses sign writing and download the free information packet to understand the concept behind sign language and writing.

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Sign Health
Sign Health provides a wide array of services and projects that focus on the health of deaf people. The goal is to see deaf people living similar lives that of hearing people. There are difficulties for the deaf to access health care and health information which results in them lagging behind the rest of society. Sign Health aims to improve healthcare for the deaf and achieve equal access by working with the local community, health services and charities.

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Sign Charity
Sign Charity-We aim for a world where there is little risk of deaf people developing preventable mental health problems, and that equality respect and fulfillment are enjoyably deaf people experiencing me health difficulties.
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Hearing Loss Association
The Hearing Loss Association of America is the nation's voice for people with deafness. Statistics show that nearly 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss which has made it a public health issue. The Association provides individuals and families with hearing loss on how to adjust to living with this condition. Some areas the Association has impacted include public awareness, research, public policy and service delivery.

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Sense For Deaf Blind
Sense for Deaf Blind is a national charity in the UK that supports and campaigns for the deaf and blind, whether adults or children. The charity was setup in 1955 by parents with children born with rubella as a family support group. In the last six decades Sense has developed as a flexible service across the country offering a dedicated network of volunteers and skilled staff to work deaf blind and multi sensory impaired individuals and families, supporting and enabling them to be independent individuals.

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Sccotish Council On Deafness
The Scottish Council on Deafness is the voice of Scotland's deaf people. It is a leading organization in the country for people with hearing issues and works with and on behalf of the deaf, blind, deafened and hard hearing individuals. The membership is an effective means of communication between the social work, voluntary sector, education departments, health boards, NHS trusts and the government. Raising public awareness, producing and distributing information leaflets, running campaigns are some of the things the council does.

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Ru Deaf Aware
Ru Deaf Aware raises public awareness on deaf and hearing impairments. Learn the common causes of deafness, how you can avoid it, preventing tinnitus, how to avoid ear injuries, ear infections and homeopathy are some of the informative articles listed on the website. Ru Deaf Aware aims to raise awareness amongst the public on deafness, hard hearing, congenital deafness and more. Find out about ear surgery, ear care and hearing aids.

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Royal Deaf
Royal Association for Deaf People has been working with sign language users since 1841. The association promotes equality for the deaf and a wide range of services like jobs, events, deaf club, deaf business and more for the deaf community. Find out how to avoid deaf scams where fake people ask money pretending to be the RAD. The site also contains information for deaf people, their families and employers.

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RNIB
The RNIB supports blind and partially blind people. The Royal National institute of Blind People as it is known is a leading charity that offers support and advice to more than 2 million people with sight loss. The institute is passionate about ending the isolation with blindness. The institute offers practical ways to help individuals live with their sight loss. There are campaigns and research conducted on issues that matter to the blind.

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Remark Translation
Remark Translation is a leading translation company in the united Kingdom and experts at translating information suitable for deaf and blind audiences. The company is managed by the communities it serves which creates a unique position for it in the market. Similar to a production line, Remark does transcriptions, braille, large prints, audio description and much more.

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Re Design Royal Deaf
Full potential residential activity courses including, deaf community work ethinic services, hand of learning and learning disability.
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Every Deaf Child
The National Deaf Children Society is all how to make a difference in every deaf child's life. The site sports a free helpline with specific times where calls will be taken with regard to deaf children and other related matters. To learn more about the organization download the PDF document listed on the website. There is a section on family support for families caring for children with deafness, hard hearing and hearing impairment.

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Dizziness And Balance Disorders
The Meniere's Society focuses on helping people with dizziness and balance disorders. A charity registered in the UK the society is dedicated to supporting people afflicted with vestibular disorders resulting in dizziness and imbalance. The society was setup 25 years ago and provides a range of services like offering information to those with this condition, peer support and a telephone number to receive information on vestibular disorder.

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Music And The Deaf
Music and the Deaf is a unique charity in the United Kingdom which assists 9 million people with hard hearing problems to enjoy music. The charity was setup in 1988 and has since helped countless number of people with hearing loss on a range of projects and activities. These people are of all ages, background and ethnicity. Dr. Paul Whittaker started the charity. He's been deaf his entire life, however, plays and piano and organ and trains choirs.

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Jewish Deaf Association
The Jewish Deaf Association is an independent, national charity providing a range of services including professional support services, cultural, social and educational programs to individuals with hard hearing problems of various levels. There are a wide array of services and events for members and non members. Also, the JDA provides a chat room with internet cafe, technology and information center, library and more.

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Hearing For Life
Hearing for Life is your one stop destination for products and services, whether it is hearing protection, hearing management and hearing care. Individuals can select their required service on the website and click to view the range of hearing protection products, behind the wheel hearing aids and other services. This provides a great opportunity for those with hard hearing problems to find a product or service appropriate to their level of hearing.

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Elmfield Bristol School
The Elmfield School for Deaf Children is a bilingual school and works closely with children and their families in English and BSL. With a skilled and dedicated staff to support the school, each individual child's needs and expectations are catered to. Both academically and socially the school has excelled making better progress than expected as a result of improving in teaching in the last 3 years.

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EE Net
EE Net is Enabling Education Network is open to everyone and functions as an exclusive information sharing network. The website features an extensive database containing short articles amounting to 400, posters, training manuals, longer documents and videos. You can access job vacancies, upcoming events and EE net's own consultancy business. Other activities performed by EE Net include developing image based approach to research and teaching.

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Deaf Works
Deaf Works is a leading def led company offering training, advice and consultancy on deafness. There are many services offered by Deaf Works including training, project work, research, employment, legal work and one to one. Browse through the website whether as an individual or organization and see how it best helps you to receive advice from the organization. Also, Deaf Works conducts conferences, events and raise public awareness.

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Delta
Delta stands for The Deaf Education through Listening and Talking. It is a national charity supporting deaf children, families and their practitioners who look to follow an auditory aural route from birth. The goal is to help children with deadness and hard hearing problems to realize their full potential within the community, where this can be achieved through the means of listening and talking thereby acquiring spoken language.

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Deaf Council
The uk national infrastructure organization, for volenteer sector organizing work with deaf people.
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Deaf Connections
Deaf Connections is a leading voluntary organization providing specialist services to adults with hard hearing problems in Scotland. The goal is to help deaf people participate fully in the community with fairness and equality, living normal lives as possible. Empowering deaf people with decisions that required to be made is what Deaf Connections is all about. Collaboration with agencies to promote independence and social inclusion are some of the services offered to deaf people.

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Deaf Church Ministries
The Deaf Bible Church Ministries teach God's word to the deaf community with ASL. The ministries are led by leaders both with hard hearing problems and those with normal hearing. Sign language is used when teaching the bible. There are links provided where deaf bible teaching is offered which include Vallejo Bible Church, Grace Bible Church and Masters hand Bible Church.

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A To Z Deafblindnedd
A to Z Deaf blindness offers insight into the deaf and blind. Whether it is resources for the deaf blind, equipment, conferences and courses, poetry pages, videos on training and awareness, organizations, accessible search engines, disability resources and newsgroups this website contains in-depth information for the deaf and blind to find exactly what is needed. There is also information on braille, retinal implant project, cochlear implant and a full description of the ASL alphabet.

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Deafax Transforming Lives
Deafax Transforming Lives was setup in 1985 and has since been in the forefront of technology. The goal at Deafax is to empower people with deafness and hard hearing problems by providing new and innovative technologies. This has helped improve literacy skills and self confidence whilst reducing feelings of isolation and inadequacy. Deafax specializes in developing visual deaf friendly resources to the wider community.

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Deafax Transforming Lives
Deafax Transforming Lives was setup in 1985 and has since been in the forefront of technology. The goal at Deafax is to empower people with deafness and hard hearing problems by providing new and innovative technologies. This has helped improve literacy skills and self confidence whilst reducing feelings of isolation and inadequacy. Deafax specializes in developing visual deaf friendly resources to the wider community.

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Deaf Lost To Aids
Deaf Lost to Aids began its list of names in 1989 as a way to remember those with deafness that lost their lives to Aids and HIV related complications. The website serves as a tribute, an awareness and educational tool and not as a way to discriminate. The names listed on the website come from various age, sexual orientations, economic, ethnic, cultural and racial groups. This is a chance to submit a photo each year on World's Aids Day.

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Deaf 247
Deaf 247 is a directory of online information of deafness related resources. Browse the directory for information on accessible products and services, arts and entertainment, British sign language, employment, disability, health, rights issues and sports and recreation. Each piece of information comes with a link that offers further information and insight whether it is deafness in the news or deaf heritage to name a few.

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Deaf Outreach Services
The Deaf Outreach Services is for children with hard hearing problems throughout Indiana. The Indiana School for the Deaf was established for deaf and hard hearing children as a state educational resource center which offers a variety of services like meeting the needs of hard hearing or locally enrolled deaf students. Some of the outcomes of the school are listed on the site for those interested in knowing more about the school and the role it plays in the deaf community in Indiana.

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Click Hearing
Click Hearing was established in 2001 by Ben Mann. It is an independent company and a member of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists. Click Hearing provides a range of hearing aids and accessories from leading manufacturers in the business. The hearing aids are of the highest quality. You can contact the company to discuss your personal requirements. Take a look at the great accessories available which will make your life easier.

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Better Life Disability Aids
Better Life features disability aids, mobility aids and healthcare aids. It is your #1 online store for all your healthcare needs. All aids are sold at competitive prices together with superior customer service. The site is designed for customers to easily pick and choose whichever healthcare aid they require assisted by the customer support team. Your orders will be processed around the clock over the phone, fax or by email.

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Bda
Welcome to The British Deaf Association We provides services and resoarses for the deaf community in the united kingdom including membership information and support.
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Batod
Welcome to The Britsh Association of Teachers of the Deaf including teaching deaf children RNID for deaf and hard of hearing, NDCS the National Deaf Child Society and general information.
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Info
Welcome to Info.com Information and resources related to American sign language including, ASL Interpreting the deaf culture, about us and news.
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Accessibility
Accessibility-Deaf ears hear the vibes. A region of the brain that normally processes sound is active in deaf children, feeling the vibrations suggest the possibility of a hearing aids that converts sound into vibrations.
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Ucl
Welcome to the Imaging the Deaf Brain Website. We offer information on deafness including, research our team about the brain volunteering links general information articles resoarses and more.
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Deaf Kids
Welcome to Deaf Kids. An exciting place just for deaf and hard of hearing kids. Pathways to your future. The site is designed for young deaf people.
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Deaf People
Deaf People-Our archivers, leaders and mentors past and present including, deaf people in history, deaf people in action and deaf people of the month.
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