Monthly Archives: February 2008

Communicating with People Who Are Deaf

Americans with Disabilities ActADA Business BRIEF: Communicating with People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in Hospital Settings People who are deaf or hard of hearing use a variety of ways to communicate. Some rely on sign language interpreters or assistive listening devices; some rely primarily on written messages. […]

Blue Man Group

Went to a great show last night – The Blue Man Group. It was at the Patriot Center. I really have to credit my friend Lynn with the idea to go.  She’s really the reason we went.  She’s seen them before, but thought Ray would really like it.  The show […]

Interesting Article

Whole family signs up to help toddler A WHOLE family is taking steps to communicate with a profoundly deaf Gaywood toddler after taking a special course. Two-year-old Erin Vanhinsbergh’s mother Rachel Weir, grandmother Karen Wells and aunts Jenny Vanhinsbergh and Kelly Weir were taught how to “cue” on a course […]

T-Shirt Sayings

Over the last several years we’ve managed to acquire a collection of t-shirts with sayings that are quite apropos when worn by a kid who doesn’t hear.  Just thought I would share a few of them as I get a chance.  We find them rather funny, and Ray has the […]

SCID Conference 2008

It’s been over 10 years since the X-SCID Conference held in Bethesda, Maryland. Now plans are underway for another conference. Preparations are still in the early stages, but to find out what’s planned visit the SCID Conference 2008 website. The SCID Conferences are for SCID patients and their families. New information […]