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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Factors That Can Make the Learning Process for the Deaf Fun

Hearing challenges need not be hindrances to a person’s learning and personal growth. Regardless of their age, deaf learners just need innovative solutions and genuine care to address their unique challenges. Availing of apt services from a...

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Protect Your Loved Ones in Times of Pandemic

COVID-19 has brought a great impact on our lives. Families are not only worried about their health and livelihood but the health of their elderly loved ones, as well. Studies have shown that people over age 65 are the most at risk for serious...

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Common Mistakes When Dealing with Deaf-Blind Person

The most common scenario is that when it's our first time meeting a Deafblind person, we’re a little confused about how to act. We may not know how to start the interaction with him/her or what guidelines should be followed to establish...

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Simple Ways to Show Love and Care for Deaf-Blind People

It’s never hard to show how much you love your family or friends. Whether they are born deaf or blind, there will always a way for you to reach out and let them feel they have a place in your heart. Professionals in the deaf wellness center in...

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Activities for Seniors with Visual and Hearing Issues

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (1996) regular physical activity is beneficial to both a person’s physical and psychological health and reduces risk for heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, and...

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A Guide to Effectively Interact with Deaf-Blind Persons

Have you ever experience interacting with deaf-blind persons yet you just don’t know how to convey your message to them? Or do you have elderly loved ones who have the same condition and you just can’t get through them? Challenging, right?...

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