Monthly Archives: October 2007

Blog: Should Deaf Blind Be Allowed to Fly Alone?

Traipsing the globe has become a constant activity in my life – ever since I was 12 and chosen to be one of 5 young delegates to attend the Children’s International Summer Village in Paris, France during the summer of … Continue reading

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Event: DCARA Bay Area Hosts Deaf Blind Workshops

Folks, if you live in the Bay Area, you should come to one or both of these workshops and get to meet me! I am giving two very different workshops, both on the topic of Deaf Blind cultural sensitivity. Read … Continue reading

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My Critique of the New DeafRead

In the past two weeks, it’s been a whirlwind of lectures, paperwork, moving boxes and laptop glitches. But hopefully the routine will become a little quieter, with more free time to go over a skyscraper of emails and start blogging … Continue reading

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