Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Soldier proposes in ASL! | Deafblind world record holder burgled | Child abuse allegations in Canada

Posted on December 4, 2012



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Soldier proposes to girlfriend in sign language
When an American woman went to the airport to meet her boyfriend returning from the Army, he surprised her by proposing in sign language!

Deaf music orchestra
A new project called Feel the Music is giving deaf children across Europe the chance to take part in music by feeling the vibrations on musical instruments

Deafblind world record holder targeted by burglars
A Deafblind world record holder is having to rebuild his life before Christmas after the premises of his business were burgled last week.

Deaf teen awarded 300,000 euros
A young Irish man has been awarded €300,000 settlement because of an alleged delay in being diagnosed as being profoundly deaf.

Deaf man with Usher Syndrome refused interpreter by gym
James Clarke, who has Usher Syndrome, has spent six months trying to make his gym pay for a sign language interpreter.

Dozens of clergy alleged to have abused children at Deaf School in Canada
In Quebec, Canada, more than 60 former students of a Deaf school are pursuing a lawsuit against 28 Roman Catholic priests and brothers.

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