Monthly Archives: October 2010

411: FCC & Low Turn-out for DB Access Surveys

I came across Ed’s Telecom Alerts, a great blog that alerts the Deaf and Deafblind communities of current news on various technology developments, including Video Relay, wireless, computer, mobiles, and thankfully, updating us on the laws & policies concerning us … Continue reading

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Pah!: Deafblind Mountain Climber, Heidi Zimmer

Greetings! It always psyches me to come across fantastic, amazing and courageous Deafblind people – my heart fills up with inspiration. I am sure thousands of people out there feel the same way. Be inspired when you read about the … Continue reading

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411: Blog on Usher Syndrome by a Doctor

I came across this wonderful and insightful, if not informative, blog by Dr. Jennifer Phillips, who has a daughter with Usher Syndrome. Topics from her own experiences dealing with everyday living with her daughter to medical and scientific research, news … Continue reading

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411: Library Resources

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Library has complied a great list of resources for, by and about the Deafblind. Check out this link: Deafblind Resources There’s information on various research texts on visual and auditory disorders, symptoms, and treatments; … Continue reading

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