Communication Methods

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2005 Oct 23
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Introduction This document lists and describes the various methods used, in the past and at present, for communication with deaf persons. Whenever more information about a method exists elsewhere, a link was made to it. I wish to thank the following people who contributed information, which is included in this document:
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2007 Sep 15
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Introduction Please contact Simon Roffe (look for him using Google) for more information. He was developing a Web site around the subject of cued speech.
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2005 Nov 30
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Introduction The strategies for communication with HOH (hard-of-hearing) persons and with profoundly/totally deaf persons are different. This document covers both.
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2005 Nov 26
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What's the fuss? Someone called Lee wrote: All the people around them are hearing and can understand them just fine. Ohhhhhhhh!!!!!! I'm not going to flame you Lee, but I'm going to share......because just this simple little line got my ire up!!! I mean IRE!!!!!!!!!
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2005 Dec 1
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Introduction Basically, group conversations are a big challenge to communication skills and methods used by Deaf, deaf and HOH people. This is due to the following factors:
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2007 Aug 16
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