Press Releases with tag "deaf"
Florida Telecommunications Relay Distributes Free Amplified Phones to Florida
The Deaf Service Center of Palm Beach County reminds area residents, that free amplified telephones are available to permanent Florida residents with hearing loss.
New Website Targets Unmet Needs of Hearing Impaired Community
New website aims to reduce the estimated 30 million unassisted hearing impaired by offering patients to only pay what they can afford.
BELLYFEEL Creates Immersive Interactive E-Learning Tool For The Deaf
Bellyfeel works with University of Wolverhampton to create a new e-learning package to teach written English to deaf people.
Auction Evening to Raise Money for Children with Hearing and Visual Impairments
Friends of Griffins is hosting a charity auction evening for children in Bromley with hearing and visual impairments.
Deafblind UK Launches Social Enterprises to Extend Services
Social enterprises set up in response to demand from Local Authorities for charity to broaden the number of people who can benefit from its expert services
New Inspirational Blog By Deaf Author ‘Resonates’
BrianPatrickJensen.Com is a new namesake blog and signature public speaking service launched by author and inspirational speaker, Brian Patrick Jensen, who is deaf. Jensen's writings have already gained wide popularity.
Creative FX’s Banner Of Support For Friends Of Griffins
New Bromley-based charity, Friends of Griffins, has received the help of local signage and display specialists, Creative FX, who have designed a new logo and promotional material for them free of charge.
Florida Aikido Center Launches Free American Sign Language Program
To Serve the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community in Tampa Bay, Florida Aikido Center Launches a New American Sign Language Program with Free Classes Through August 31st
Silence Of The Lamb - EastEnders Actor Battles With Hearing Loss - Interview On Elixirnews.com
An act of kindess publicising the plight of some of the world's poorest children has led to popular TV actor Larry Lamb loosing his ability to hear in one ear.
IWRelay: First to Deliver Deaf Mobile Video Relay Calling
The IWRelay VRS iPhone application allows Deaf users to make mobile phone calls to hearing friends and family members for the first time ever.
Discovering Deaf Worlds: Travel to Thailand, Cambodia, and Costa Rica and Engage in Local Deaf Communities
Discovering Deaf Worlds advocates for international deaf communities and donates to deaf schools while zip-lining through Costa Rican jungles and exploring the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia on trips guided by deaf natives to that country.
Deaf Independent Living Association, Inc. Offers Free Employment Services
Free specialized employment services offered to State of Maryland residents who are deaf or hard of hearing. These services help eliminate barriers that deaf & hard of hearing individuals face when seeking gainful employment.
Laugh at Hearing Loss? National Hearing Day Celebration
Hearing Impaired comedian Kathy Buckley entertains and research scientist Edwin Rubel reveals the latest on hearing regeneration. May 12th is National Hearing Day, which will be celebrated with the Eat, Laugh, and Learn Breakfast in Lakewood, Wa.