Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Hearing aid worn on teeth | Mexico’s Deaf police officers | Gallaudet diversity row

Posted on October 29, 2012



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Hearing aid worn on your teeth to help those who are deaf in one ear
A new system means that deaf people could soon be wearing hearing aids on their teeth.

Punk Chef is on the hunt
Punk Chef is due back for a new series- and he is on the hunt for people to help!

Deaf police officers fight crime in Mexico
A group of Deaf police officers have been given the nickname ‘Angels of Silence’ after being employed to monitor CCTV cameras in the historic city of Oaxaca.

Deaf restaurant in Gaza changes perceptions
A Deaf restaurant in Gaza, recently opened with Deaf Waiters and Deaf Chefs, is changing perceptions

Row at Gallaudet over diversity officer
The university’s chief diversity officer, Angela McCaskill has become embroiled in a row over a petition she signed

Deaf Australian truck driver takes to the streets to look for work
One Australian deaf job seeker has gone out onto the streets in hope that his luck will change.

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