Monthly Archives: July 2007

Success Story: Christopher C. Wells

Christopher C. Wells is only 28 years old and he’s already this close to completing his doctorate in Chemistry at the University of Albany in New York. Wells, born deaf and legally blind from complications during his birth, aims to … Continue reading

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Article: Canada’s Own Dorothy Beam

An extraordinary lady named Miss Dorothy Beam is featured in Canada’s Flair Magazine spotlighting the recipient of the Order of Ontario. Beam has just discovered she has Retinitis Pigmentosa, the disease which is also called Usher Syndrome, at a late … Continue reading

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News: TV Clip of the Deaf Blind Rally in Louisiana

Here’s a television news clip from the local news station in Baton Rouge, LA that features a lot of Deaf Blind people and their volunteer Support Service Providers at the Deaf Blind Rally in June. Dan Arabie, the guy giving … Continue reading

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Job Opportunity: Be My Intervenor in Africa

Deaf people needn’t apply. No discrimination here. I am asking qualified Hearing people who have above average ASL skills to look further, especially if they are adventurous. Wimps also needn’t apply. I am going to Nigeria, Africa this October for … Continue reading

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Coco’s Challenge I

Are you a risk taker?  Do you have high apathy? Do you really know how the Deaf Blind live, think, eat, communicate? Then you should see what kind of challenge I have for you. Click on this and see if … Continue reading

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Event: Historic Deaf Blind Rally in Louisiana

I want to congratulate my friend and fellow Usher Syndrome buddy, Dan Arabie, of Lafayette, LA on a job well done planning a historic Deaf Blind Rights Rally in Baton Rouge, LA last month. Arabie and several other Deaf Blind … Continue reading

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Film: In the Land of Silence and Darkness

I am positively and utterly speechless. I have too many thoughts rushing in my mind, and my heart is tugging. I am overcome with emotion after seeing these two short clips from German director Werner Herzog’s documentary, “In the Land of … Continue reading

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