Options for Deaf Communication?

Answer Gallaudet University reports that two to four out of every 1,000 people are "functionally deaf." Deaf people need to communicate with other deaf people and with hearing people and have many ways of... Read More »

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Telephone Communication for the Deaf?

Many people are dependent on telephones as a means of communication. Technological advances has made it so that even people who have hearing impairments or are completely deaf can still have teleph... Read More »

Is wanting a deaf baby if you are a deaf couple ethical or unethical and for what reasons?

Desire to Have a Deaf Baby CONSENSUS on this page seems to be: 1. Deaf parents wanting to adopt a deaf baby (one already born deaf) is ethical and probably advantageous, laudable. 2. Deaf parents... Read More »

I plan to study in the usa university for my deaf educational needs. I am deaf malaysian?

I'm not sure exactly what your question is. I am also not certain how you would get financial support to study in the USA from another country, but maybe check Gallaudet University. It's a college ... Read More »

What Are Some Ways That Nonverbal Communication Can Enhance Verbal Communication?

Communication involves much more than using words. Nonverbal cues, such as eye contact, gestures and posture, also influence how others interpret messages. These cues can change the way people view... Read More »