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Pursue a Rewarding Career: Work with Deaf people


Posted on November 23rd, 2014, in CareersTopic of InterestVideos

1756 If you can learn sign language or if you are familiar with assistive devices or audiology you may want to consider becoming a counselor to work with people who Deaf, Deaf-blind or hard of hearing as a career choice. Various programs exist to pursue such interests at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Value Behavioral Health of PA


Posted on September 28th, 2014, in AdvocacyBehavioral HealthHealth EducationTopic of InterestVideos

1484 Value Behavioral Health is a managed care insurance company in Western Pennsylvania. VBH-Pa covers sign language interpreters for its members. If you need assistance accessing services if you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, it is always a good idea to contact your insurance provider through the member services number listed on the back of your insurance card.

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Evolution of the Hearing Aid


Posted on September 24th, 2014, in Health EducationPhysical Health

Nowadays hearing aids are only worn by 10-20% of people who could actually benefit from them. It’s a shame really, as these marvels of modern technology have come along way from their humble beginnings. Our latest Infographic looks at this incredible evolution from the Ear Trumpet to the ground breaking In-Ear Amplifiers. Source & embedded […]

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Serving People Who are Deaf in Hospitals


Posted on September 14th, 2014, in AdvocacyProvidersTips for CommunicationTopic of InterestVideos

serving-health-in-hospitalsLearn how to make your hospital more accessible for Deaf people. If you are Deaf or Hard of hearing, learn where to turn to advocate if your communication needs are not being met in the hospital setting. Two health patients share their hospital experiences.

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Link: Closed Captioning and Other Assistive Technology


Posted on August 9th, 2014, in AdvocacyTips for Communication

Assistive technologies are those that assist people with disabilities. Any form of communication, electronic device, or technological tool that assists or helps the blind, deaf, vision- or hearing-impaired, or those with limited mobility falls under the category of assistive technologies. assistive technologies are those that assist people with disabilities. Visit the web address: Closed Captioning […]

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Communication Preference / Accommodation Card


Posted on July 2nd, 2014, in Health EducationTopic of Interest

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Print your own Communication Preference / Accommodation Card to Use in Emergencies or when you visit the Doctor’s Office

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Phones and Hearing Loss


Posted on May 17th, 2014, in Health EducationPhysical HealthTopic of Interest

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This article outlines important things to consider about telecommunication for individuals who are Hard of Hearing.

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Closed Doors: Domestic Violence


Posted on May 17th, 2014, in News/Events

Domestic Violence has always been a problem in the Deaf community. For many years it has been a hidden problem, secret and taboo.

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Protect Your Hearing


Posted on May 6th, 2014, in Health EducationPhysical Health

Learn more about finding ways to protect your hearing in these downloadable hearing safety resources that were just published by Compliance and Safety LLC. Visit the link: http://www.complianceandsafety.com/shop/hearing-conservation-training-downloads-answers-guides.html

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Our Beautiful son: A family statement in memory of Gianni Manganelli


Posted on April 20th, 2014, in Behavioral HealthNews/EventsVideos

This video was made to support Gianni’s Mission and to cultivate awareness about behavioral health care disparities for the Deaf community.

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