Many of us see a need and wonder how to do more — to affect something or someone in a positive way. The SignTalk Foundation recently sponsored a six-week program, “A Basic Introduction to Professional Sign Language Interpreting,” for adult … Continue reading
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While much of America is obsessing over the meaning (or lack thereof) of Starbucks’ red cup, some of us are focused on Starbucks for a more unifying reason — the great communication leap forward. Rebecca King, a Deaf Starbucks patron, … Continue reading
“IN THAT SPACE, WE ARE THERE”: John Lee Clark’s Where I Stand: On the Signing Community and My DeafBlind Experience.
“IN THAT SPACE, WE ARE THERE”: John Lee Clark’s Where I Stand: On the Signing Community and My DeafBlind Experience. A reflection by T. K. Dalton John Lee Clark opens his brilliant essay collection Where I Stand with a burst … Continue reading
By Barbara Russ Smith, MA, NIC In August 2014 I had the great privilege to experience five wonderful, work-filled days at the first International Deaf-Blind Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thanks to the generosity of the SignTalk Foundation, I was … Continue reading
July 25-29, 2014 TERPExpo – Orlando, FL SignTalk representative, Maria Jimenez, attended the TERPExpo in Orlando as an official sponsor of the event. Maria shared information about professional development opportunities for SignTalk affiliated interpreters and got to observe, first hand, … Continue reading
SignTalk Foundation is pleased to announce their sponsorship of the upcoming International Deaf-Blind Expo that’s taking place in Las Vegas, NV from July 30 – August 3, 2014. This expo is the first time that experts in the field of deaf-blindness … Continue reading