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DeafDigest – 05 March 2012

DeafDigest Gold – March 4, 2012

Gold edition            Barry Strassler, Editor – updated every Monday

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Serving the Deaf Community since 1996; 16th year

Last week’s ASL Videos with captions:

This week’s ASL Videos with captions:


Nexus S[tm] 4G from Google[tm] – One of the Fastest on the Market

With a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 16GB of memory, the Nexus S[tm] 4G from Google[tm] is one of the fastest mobile phones on the market today.

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Other monthly charges apply.

Find the Nexus S[tm] 4G from Google[tm] at the Deaf Pager Store, the store with the devices and low-cost data plan only for deaf and hard of hearing people.

For more information, go to:


Deaf Cartoon (Fogey) of the week:


DeafDigest welcomes unique deafnews tips;

sources of unique deafnews are never revealed; always


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Register today and share your number with friends and colleagues!

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options to meet customers’ individual needs and offering features not
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Professional, nationally certified interpreters follow standards of
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The DeafDigest is divided into Blue and Gold sections, both
ranked equal in contents, features and ads. This is the
Gold section.


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– What the stories are saying about the deaf?

Jack Clevenger, Prescott, AZ, was written up in a
newspaper story as the state’s leading advocate on behalf of the hard of hearing. He has been
active with the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and with the Hearing Loss Association of Prescott.

Jill Hipson, a deaf British woman, is still upset
with the bank. She purchased a car and arranged for
the bank to transfer the funds to the dealer. It
was an agreement she made in advance with her bank, and they told her it will be a routine transfer.
It was not to be – she was told she had to use the
telephone to activate the transfer. It didn’t matter
to the bank that she was deaf and not able to use the
voice phone. She reported this incident with a local
newspaper. The embarrassed bank then made the transfer
funds for her because of public outcry.

– Very Hot News

Ken Harrenstien, the deaf Father of Google youtube captions,
has been written up in the latest edition of the business
magazine, Forbes. Because of his captioning skills, he
has been admirably called “Caption Jedi” by his colleagues.
Before he was involved with youtube captions, he was
one of the pioneers of the early days of email, while
working at the SRI International. He designed the Deafnet
project that enabled the Deaf Communities of Boston,
San Francisco and Washington, DC to email each other.

– Thursday March 1st

Do late deafened adults stumble and fall a lot?
Yes, this is what the research teams from Johns
Hopkins University and the National Institute on Aging are saying. Their findings were published
in the Archives of Internal Medicine

– Friday March 2nd

Yet another deaf DNA study by yet another university
research team, this time it was the group of Yale
scientists coming up with a DNA that may have
caused inherited deafness. It is called Mitochondrial DNA mutations. This study was funded by the NIH.

– Saturday March 3rd

The Indiana state senate voted to establish a center
for deaf and hard of hearing, and it goes to the
governor for his signature. Supporters of Indiana
School for the Deaf (ISD)vigorously fought against this
bill. But Hear Indiana supporters are gloating that
after waiting 41 years, this center is overdue. They
are arguing that ASL is not the only option, and
that there are other options. The battle, however, is far from over.


Deaf Miscellaneous stuff:

Emily Thomas, a deaf woman from Oklahoma, claimed to have
learned to discriminate sounds and to speak within two
years, after being implanted. This is puzzling because
many deaf CI’s take as much as ten years and that many
have “given up”


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A deaf person gave a job application form at the human resources office of a big company.
Without looking at the job application form which
mentioned “deafness” the human resources director
talked, talked, and talked for about half hour
without stopping.
The deaf person was stuck because of no interpreter
and no way to tell the human resources person of his
deafness. He had to smile, and nod his head every
few minutes during that half hour.
And then the human resources person stood up and
shook the hand of the deaf person and told him thank
you for coming.
What did the human resources person say during
half hour?
No idea!

– for ASL News version with captions, please visit:

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of each DeafDigest edition)


51st Biennial NAD Conference
Louisville, KY
July 3-7, 2012

more information at:


A deaf man, of hearing parents, was dating a
deaf woman, of deaf parents. He broke up with her
because he was afraid the children would be deaf.
This disappointed deaf woman then married a
hard of hearing man, of hearing parents. All of their children were hearing.
This deaf man then married a deaf woman, of
hearing parents, and expected the children to
be hearing. He was shocked that all of his children
were deaf!
Deaf Genes marrying Hearing Genes – hard to say
if children will become hearing or become deaf.

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of each DeafDigest edition)

Say that you need an interpreter for a conference.
There are following questions:

*  Who pays for the interpreter? You or they

*  Who provides for the interpreter? You or they

*  Are the interpreters certified? Make sure they’re
RID certified

*  How many interpreters are assigned to you? One if
it is an extremely short meeting or two if it is a long

*  Would the interpreters be available upon demand?

Having these questions answered in advance will
save you a lot of grief!


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Are your dentures loose? Does your denture tooth break off? Do
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* Same Day Denture Repair Service – Must Come in Early in the
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Are you scared of needles for new fillings?

* Air Abrasion Technique does not require Needles for New Fillings

What about for extractions, replace old fillings, and other

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If you have any more questions, contact us at for Dr. Bo Byun or for Dr. Steven Rattner. Our dental offices are located in College Park, MD and Gaithersburg, MD.

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A deaf woman applied for a job with a graphics
firm as web graphics designer. The job description
said strong verbal communications is required with
clients. And also the description said the open
position is conditional, depending on economy
and the business flow.
The deaf woman applied for the job via email
but did not tell the owner that she was deaf and
may need an interpreter.
She showed up for the interview, her deafness
a surprise to the owner. He would not allow her
to be interviewed.
She filed a lawsuit on basis of job discrimination.
The courts ruled against her – citing that the job
opening was conditional and not a sure thing.

(video with captions)

Do enjoy viewing that video!

We have many, many organizations, international,
national and local that serve deaf and hard of hearing people.
One such organization is:

Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Government (DHHIG)


Are airport kiosks deaf friendly? This is what the
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) wants to know.
We will see what rules the DOT people will make
after collecting comments from concerned deaf
people and deaf organizations.


I don’t watch TV or listen to the radio so why bother
with a hearing aid!


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for Special Notes, please go to the bottom of this



After the implant, the deaf child moves one step towards hearing

Huh! No deaf child automatically becomes hearing; it takes
hours and hours of practice and coaching. It works for some
deaf children while for others, it does not work

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33rd World’s Largest Silent Weekend / Interpreter Conference
June 28-July 1, 2012 in Orlando, Florida — 190 hours of classes
for interpreters, ASL & ITP teachers and students with 3.5 CEUs
available for interpreters.

The Florida Hotel offers free parking and free in-room internet and
resort fee waived. Next to the conference is an enormous food court offering
you complete meals for as little as $5.99.

Thursday pre-conference opening session is “Interpreter Guild” by
Paula Browning. There will also be four separate entertainment venues
concluding with a 4-hour post-conference session on Sunday along with
language-focused and interpreting-focused classes. Classes include
6-hour tracks on Islam and Judaism plus an 8-hour track on Medical
Interpreting by a Deaf physician.

Many vendors will have a huge variety of items available. With many
classes having breaks hourly, there will be an exciting and dynamic
all-day flow of participants in the exhibit area.

See for more information and for registration plus a
video clip of last year’s Silent Weekend. Almost 200 have registered


ASL and Interpreting DVDs

Go to for DVDs for ASL students and
interpreters. Over 30 titles include two new ones — Math
Signs and Science Signs by Shannon Simon! Other DVDS include
stories in ASL, ASL grammar, songs, interpreter preparation, etc.


11th Annual Florida-Alaska Motorcycle Benefit Run

This is the World’s Longest Group Motorcycle Benefit
Run. Purpose of funds is to help families of deaf babies
served by SKIHI. The 2012 trip will begin July 28, 2012.
Go to


Deaf Question of the Week:

Q. Who pays for the interpreter at the doctor’s office?

A. The doctor. He cannot pass it on to the patient’s bill or
bill the health insurance provider. This is the law that has
been subject to ongoing disputes in the court room.

send your questions to

the most interesting questions may be answered in future DeafDigest editions. Thank you.


Rene Pellerin’s corner:

I just received news that URelay closed their relay services due to
not being certified by FCC yet.

URelay also operates NexTalk relay which  is a popular choice of
Deaf-Blind people.

One Deaf-Blind individual posted a message in a group list and
complained that he was not able to use NexTalk to make phone calls for 3 days.

He asked others on the list if they experienced the same problem.

Well, it turned out that there were similar experiences with other
Deaf-Blind people.

There are very limited relay services that are accessible to
Deaf-Blind people.

What bothers me is that URelay made no effort to inform their
registered customers that there would be a problem!

Worse yet, this Deaf-Blind individual was in the middle of getting
his house sold!

Deaf-blind people are not in the loop…..what a shame!

Rene’s show business is now entering its 2nd year and it
focuses on the Deaf-Blind.

You can email him at


Wish List of the Week:

that every single drive-in restaurant in USA have a special push button
at the kiosks to inform the inside staff that the driver is deaf



Year 1836 – the Rev. Thomas Gallaudet, the father of Edward Miner
Gallaudet, published a book – The Mother’s Primer in hopes of
helping the students on how to read


DeafNumbers of the Week:


there are claims in the United Kingdom that the deaf population
count is missing that many deaf individuals. Blamed is social
stigma preventing deaf individuals from “declaring” themselves
as deaf!


DeafLibrary Resources

Pah Road (as in our sign language gesturing ‘finally’)


DeafDigest Sports

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Deadline to apply is: March 16, 2012

position opening – re-announced
State Coordinator for VR Deaf-Blind Services
Atlanta, Georgia




Manager Deaf Services The Center for Disability Rights
Rochester, NY

The Center for Disability Rights (CDR) is looking for a dynamic individual to manage the deaf services programs for CDR. The person in this role will provide oversight to the Deaf Communication Specialist Programs, Day and Res Hab, and SSP programs of CDR.

Job duties include scheduling, program development, training, and overall oversight of day-to-day coordination of the habitation services, SSP services,  Deaf Communication Specialist Services, and staff supervision.

–    Must be ASL  fluent –    Understanding of OPWDD regulations pertaining to the Habilitation Programs
–    Be able to develop and implement systems that ensure the highest quality of service and compliance with regulations and OPWDD standards for service delivery.
–    Must have reliable mode of transportation.
–    Must be organized, detailed and flexible.
–    One year of supervisory experience –    Must have at least a Bachelor’s degree in a human service field.

Mail, Fax, or Email Cover Letters and Resumes to:

Center for Disability Rights, Inc.
Joan Hart
497 State Street
Rochester, New York 14608

Fax: (585) 546-1724

CDR is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

People with Disabilities are Encouraged to Apply


open positions
The Learning Center for Deaf & Walden School
Framingham, MA

*  Teacher (Walden School)

*  Overnight Child Care Worker (Walden School)

*  Dispensing Audiologist

*  Billing Specialist

*  Family Partner (Wraparound Program)

All applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and three letters of
recommendation and/or three references. In addition, please complete and
submit an application (found on website – Inquiry Forms) to complete the
application packet.

Submission of Application:
The Learning Center for the Deaf
848 Central Street
Framingham, MA 01701
Attn: Personnel Department


Submit Online:

Each application will be carefully reviewed, and those candidates who are
most qualified will be invited for an interview. The Learning Center for
the Deaf is an EOE


position opening
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Pittsburgh, PA

WPSD’s current enrollment is 207 students, of which 80 are residential.

WPSD is an “All Inclusive communication Environment”.  We recognize that each child’s language and communication needs are different, and we try to accommodate each one. We believe that some students’ first language is ASL, and for others, it is English. To  meet their needs, we offer an environment where ASL, Sign Supported English and speech and amplification are used, depending on the student and the situation. the situation

REPORTS TO: Executive Director/CEO of the Programs of the Western Pennsylvania School for
The Deaf

POSITION DESCRIPTION:    This position is an exempt, full-time, twelve-month position (on call, 24/7 during the school year)

The Director is responsible for all aspects of student programming at WPSD including the academic, residential, technology, library/media center and counseling/evaluation programs.
The Director supervises four Principals, the Dean of Students, Coordinator of Technology, Coordinator of Counseling/ Evaluation, Curriculum Coordinator, Mainstream Coordinator, IEP Coordinator, Reading Specialist, Coordinator of Children’s Services, and Registrar. Approximately 100 staff are within these programs.
The Director directs the development and revision of curriculum and works with other departments to assure coordination of curriculum sequence to ensure compliance with state regulations and to adhere to the standards of the School.
The Director is actively involved with the recruitment, enrollment and retention of students.   The Director meets and consults with parents, school districts, intermediate units and/or other agencies in order to develop/provide appropriate programs for students The Director reviews student progress and makes decisions regarding placement and educational planning.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:    PA Instructional II certification in Deaf Education, PA Supervisory Certificate, M.Ed in Deaf Education or Educational Leadership.

Extensive knowledge of educational needs of deaf and hard-of- hearing children.  Extensive knowledge of special education regulations and standards including the IEP process.  Proven track record of managing and leading academic and residential programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
Strong communication skills including the ability to maintain positive relations with parents, alumni and the local community
Sign language skills of applicants will be rated using the Sign Language     Proficiency Interview (SLPI); .Advanced. level skills are required at hire.
PA Act 24, PA 34 Criminal Background, Child Abuse, and FBI clearances required.  Valid driver license required.

SALARY Commensurate with other school superintendent-level positions

DEADLINE TO APPLY:        March 30, 2012


Send letter of application and resume to:
Jay Knowles
Dragonswood Advisors, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The Western PA School for the Deaf does not discriminate in its programs of education, employment, and all other activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, age, religion, disability, or gender preference.


job opening
Information Coordinator
Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Frankfort, KY

The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is seeking applicants for Information Coordinator for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The position is located in Frankfort, Kentucky.

Minimum Qualifications: –    Bachelor Degree
–    Two years of administrative experience providing services to the deaf and hard of hearing –    Good organizational skills with the ability to multitask

Preferred Requirements: –    Ability to communicate efficiently using American Sign Language

Duties include collecting and reviewing information pertaining to deafness and coordinating dissemination of information.  Identifying services available to consumers and develop a system to maintain current information useful to state agencies, parents, and consumers on a statewide basis. Maintain database information keeping it accurate and current as well as tracking requests handled. Maintain information on the web as it pertains to the directory. Biannually publish a statewide directory of services to the deaf and hard of hearing for consumers and their families. Maintain agency library to provide deaf related materials to constituents.  Oversee data entry and duties pertaining to the KCDHH Library. Represents the agency on boards, committees, and attends meeting directed by the Executive Director; other duties as assigned.

Please direct any questions to Rachel Morgan at 632 Versailles Road, Frankfort, KY 40601, 502-573-2604 V/T,

For more information please visit:

Deadline for Application:           Open until filled

The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, or disability in employment.


job opening
Interpreter I
Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Frankfort, KY

The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is seeking applicants for Interpreter I.  The position is located in Frankfort, Kentucky.

Minimum Qualifications: –    Temporary/Permanent license as an interpreter issued by the Kentucky Board of Interpreters for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
–    High School Diploma –    Good organizational skills with the ability to multitask

Duties for this position include providing interpreting/transliterating services for deaf and hard of hearing staff for meetings, conferences, workshops, interviews, telephone calls, etc., including one to one and group settings.  Prepare written translations of speeches, legal materials, and other instructional and educational materials. Participate in special workshops and in-service training activities to further professional development. Assist the Telecommunication Access Program in processing applications, working with consumers and understanding of the equipment being provided. Assist in maintaining financial documentation/filing and other daily office tasks.
Assist the Access Center with projects, research and assignments as determined by the Executive Director. Conducts research and provides assistance on special projects as assigned by the Executive Director; other duties as assigned.

Please direct any questions to Rachel Morgan at 632 Versailles Road, Frankfort, KY 40601, 502-573-2604 V/T,

For more information please visit:

Deadline for Application:           Open until filled

The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, or disability in employment.


open positions
Austine School for the Deaf/Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Brattleboro, VT

Due to an expanding program we are looking for dedicated
professionals to provide support and services to Deaf & Hard of
Hearing students and individuals. We are now interviewing all
qualified applicants for the following positions.

– Educational Interpreter
Location: Brattleboro, VT, public high school
Time Base: Full Time

– College degree and completion of an interpreter training program
– Holds current professional credentials from the Registry of
Interpreter for the Deaf,
– National Association of the Deaf or other sanctioned testing system
or willingness to work towards
– National Interpreter Certification(NIC), must pass the NIC knowledge
(written) exam within one year of hire and the NIC interview and Performance Exam within 3 years of hire.
– Educational Interpreting experience and other related interpreting
– Knowledge of child development and an understanding of the uniqueness
and development of Deaf and hard of hearing students.
-Flexible with scheduling and other changes
Valid driver’s license and insurance coverage with the ability to
transport students as needed

– Follow the RID code of Professional Conduct within an educational
– Work in a team situations with other interpreters to ensure the
highest quality provision of interpreter services.
– Prepare for demanding course material as necessary for successful
– Educate consumers about interpreting services
– Tutor students as it relates to their mainstream class(es) when

– Client Support Specialist for ACCESS for Deaf Vermonters
Location: Brattleboro, VT
Time Base: Part time; 6-20 hours a week, Monday -Friday. Temporary
position till late March.

– Fluency in American Sign Language
– BA Degree preferred or High School diploma with minimum 2 years
experiences in Human Service
– Experience with deafness and deaf culture preferred
– Drivers license and personal car required

– Teaching clients independent living skills(home management) and
accessing of community resources.
– Transitioning skills, employment community networking and on the job
– Communicating/meeting with home care provider, case manager and
referral agency as needed
– Providing crisis intervention as needed
– Assisting with organizing and caring our social and recreational
opportunities in the community

Please send letter of interest & resume to:
Kelly Therieau
209 Austine Dr
Brattleboro, VT 05301

Fax# 802-258-9574


Career Opportunities PAHrtners Deaf Services
Glenside, PA

PAHrtners Deaf Services is a dynamic team of behavioral health
professionals serving Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and adults.
We take great pride that our program is strongly Deaf/HOH centered
with about 85% of our staff being Deaf or Hard of Hearing.  Our staff
environment is one of incredible teamwork and mutual support.  As a
result, we are rapidly growing with new programs and expansions of
our existing programs.  Whether you are a high school graduate,
recent college graduate or have many years’ experience in the field
of human services we have a career building position waiting for
you!  E.O.E.

PAHrtners is looking for dedicated, motivated, energetic individuals
who are fluent in American Sign Language and knowledgeable about Deaf
Culture and the Deaf Community to fill the following positions:

– INTENSIVE CASE MANAGERS: (Full time position) This position provides
resources and support to clients and their families who reside in the
community.  Duties: Responsibilities include assessing services needs
of consumers, primarily children, to insure continuum of care;
develop service plans; independent living skills instructions,
advocate for access to public & private services and programs such as
medical, vocational and other services. Qualifications: BA/BS degree
in a Human Services field preferred; or High school diploma & 12
credit hours in human/social science with 2 years mental health
direct care experience. Must have strong organizational skills;
fluency in ASL, familiarity with other visual communication modes and
language levels. Must be willing to work some evenings and weekends
as needed and travel various areas in the community. Knowledge of
laws governing the rights of Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals
including IDEA and ADA a plus; and must have a valid driver’s

position) This position provides therapeutic and psycho-educational
workshops and group sessions for consumers who are deaf.  The
qualified candidate shall possess:  BA in psychology, counseling or
any other human services field; must have 2 years’ experience with
individuals with mental illness and/or mental retardation including
treatment planning and progress notes; advanced fluency in ASL
required; must be innovative, creative and be able to work in a team
environment.  Duties:  Develop, coordinate and provide
group/individual therapy for wellness maintenance and
psycho-educational workshops.

– RTF RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS: (various shifts available) This position
provides direct client services to adolescents, with behavioral
health concerns, in areas such as independent living skills,
implementation of daily activities, run weekly group meetings,
implementing a behavioral modification plan, assist with
homework/school projects and community integration.  Qualifications:
HS + 1 year related experience (preferably with
children/adolescents), valid drivers’ license; advanced fluency in
ASL; demonstrate competency in independent living skills; ability to
teach, advise and motivate; strong interpersonal skills.  Qualified
candidate will also be a strong team player who possesses a great
amount of patience and dedication to working with adolescents.

– RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS: (various positions available) This position
provides direct client services including encouraging client
independence in areas such as skills in daily living and community
integration.  Duties: Provide supported living and training to Deaf
consumers with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities
living in the community; promote consumers’ independence and social
relationships. Positions open for weekend and evening shifts.
Qualifications:  HS + 1 year related experience; valid drivers’
license; advanced fluency in ASL; demonstrated competency in
independent living skills; ability to teach, advise and motivate Deaf
Consumers; strong interpersonal skills.

Send your letter of intent and resumes to:

Linda Claypool, Office Manager/HR
PAHrtners Deaf Services, 614 N. Easton Road, Glenside, PA 19038

Email:  Fax: 215-884-6301



– Staff Interpreter – Los Angeles, CA

– Staff Interpreter – Riverside, CA

– Job Developer/Interpreter – Anaheim, CA

– Job Developer/Interpreter – Pacoima, CA

To learn more about the above positions at GLAD, please go
to our website:

If interested for any of these positions then please submit resume
and application to:

Jeff Fetterman
Human Resources Manager
Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, Inc.
2222 Laverna Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90041

V/TDD:  (323) 550-4207
Fax #:  (323) 550-4204



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