Years later after a falling out with his mentor, Dick Grayson aka Robin emerges in the city of Bludhaven, adopting the alter ego of Nightwing, cleaning up the city streets. But Deathstroke, known as a mysterious, dangerous assassin, shows up to do his evil deeds against its citizens. Can Nightwing do the job of defeating Deathstroke?https://www.youtube.com/user/IsmaHAWK
Are you looking for new ideas to jazz up your email signature? hpread #deafawareness and Hyperlink our “10 Tips to Communicate with Deaf/HH Consumers” http://bit.ly/1prjurm
From the article below -- I'd like this on my iPad :-) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tap-bubbles!/id427114700?mt=8
Similar to -- but not quite the same as popping bubble wrap.Tap Bubbles!
Get Tap Bubbles! on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
A good one -- from Paths to Literacy -- using iPads with children who have CVI or have multiple impairments: http://www.pathstoliteracy.org/using-ipads-students-who-have-cvi-multiple-impairmentsUsing iPads with Students with CVI and Multiple Disabilities | Paths to Literacy
Tips and suggestions for using iPads with children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment) and multiple disabilities
Remember that OTAP has a special event coming up soon, Accessing Abilities for Low Incidence Students. You can learn more, and register by going here: http://www.otap-oregon.org/Documents/Accessing%20Abilities%20for%20Low%20Incidence%20Students%20Registration%20Flyer.pdfwww.otap-oregon.org
We now have several #deaffriendly and #deafchallenged reviews in #indianapolis. Here's one.... will yours be next? http://deaffriendly.com/business/b9586a67-22a9-4124-ae71-a8e234cf996e/deaffriendly | New Day Meadery
Where members of the deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing community rate and review businesses based on deaf-friendliness.
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TBC Toddler Group trip
Toddler Group is run by parent
Kelda Chambers. The group is aimed at pre-school children and held at the Jigsaw Centre in Orton Malborne, Peterborough (click for a map).
It's a great opportunity to meet other parents who are raising young children with hearing impairments and also for the little ones to play together! Siblings are also welcome during the school holidays. There is a range of activities for the children and free refreshments for the folks, which usually means tea and biscuits. Toddler group is such an important of our deaf children's charity.
Another bonus is that the group is regularly attended by staff from Peterborough City Hospital's Audiology team to answer questions, make sure hearing aids are working and take new ear mould impressions for those fast growing ears, saving families time in booking and attending appointments.School age children are also welcome to come and get new ear moulds too.
See our Events page and below for the coming dates for Toddler Group.
Please get in touch. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to come along.
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REMINDER: Open AA Meeting 10/11/14 – DFW A Monthly AA Event Open meeting – all welcome Seating for 600 plus Speaker: Jennifer K. – Legacy Group Sharing Her Story and Laughter Saturday, October 11, 2014 (and every second Saturday) Potluck Dinner @ 5:00 pm — Please Bring a dish Speaker Meeting starts @ 7:00 pm […]
Meet Mark Riccobono - President of the National Federation of the Blind -- and listen to what he has to say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DesLNDBpYVE&feature=youtu.beLive the Life You Want - Join the National Federation of the Blind
Mark Riccobono, President of the National Federation of the Blind, along with the 50,000 other members of the NFB, knows that blindness is not the characteri...
ASL Film Beyond the Embers Vol. 1 Inspired by Twilight Zone: The Movie and The Outer Limits, Beyond the Embers: Volume I, written and directed by Bellamie Bachleda and Dack Virnig, is an anthology of four short but bizarre tales loosely tied within an equally hair-raising central story. Follow easygoing but reserved Frank and doomsday […]
Today, RID sent a letter to Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin requesting the authorization and allocation of Vermont state funding for the operations of the Austine School for the Deaf and the services provided through the Vermont Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VCDHH). Over the weekend RID President Dawn Whitcher joined the New England community at the Save Austine Rally. Read the letter at the link below. http://tinyurl.com/pyr7f69rid.org
"Over a decade ago, we declared October to be Meet the Blind Month" (Mark Riccobono, President, NFB). Take a look at their You-tube videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/NationsBlindNationsBlind
This is a channel devoted to videos created by or featuring the National Federation of the Blind and its 50,000 members. The National Federation of the Blind...
to enjoy all of the stories from this year’s Deaf Awareness Month.
And here's a page that lists and links to all the modules created by the Center for Parent Information and Resources: http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/legacy-partc/Building the Legacy for Our Youngest Children with Disabilities | Center for Parent Information...
Building the Legacy for Our Youngest Children with Disabilities A Training Curriculum on IDEA 2004′s Part C September 2014 Welcome to NICHCY’s training curriculum on early intervention! The full curriculum isn’t done yet, but there are many modules available for your reading, downloading, and train…
Want to find out more about the system of payments and use of public and private insurance in Part C/Early Intervention? Check out module 14: http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/partc-module14/Module 14: System of Payments and Use of Public and Private Insurance in Part C | Center for...
Module 14: System of Payments and Use of Public and Private Insurance in Part C September 2014 A legacy training module from NICHCY Funding the early intervention services that eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities (and their families) receive is a challenging affair for the federal gove…
Module 6 is on the content of the IFSP: http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/partc-module6/Module 6: Content of the IFSP | Center for Parent Information and Resources
Module 6: Content of the IFSP September 2014 A legacy training module from NICHCY Every child receiving early intervention services under Part C of IDEA must have an IFSP—an individualized family service plan. This module takes a detailed look at the content that must be included in each child’s IFS…
Module 5 includes how parents are involved in the IFSP process: http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/partc-module5/