February 26, 2014
Vol. 10, No. 17
Editor: Tom Willard
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FCC'S NEW CLOSED CAPTIONING RULES HAD LONG JOURNEY
Closed captioning is designed to help the deaf and hearing-impaired enjoy television and receive important news and weather reports. Unfortunately, captions are often riddled with typos and incomplete sentences that leave viewers struggling to make sense of what is being said. On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission chairman issued new rules that the regulatory agency hopes will improve closed captioning, which is mandated by the 1996 Telecommunications Act. / Los Angeles Times
Oklahoma City, OK
POLICE: DEAF OKLAHOMA CITY TEEN BEATEN BY DAD
Police said they arrested an Oklahoma City man Monday after a neighbor saw him beat a 15-year-old boy in the back yard of his home. Javier Aguirre Bustos Jr., 38, was arrested on charges of child abuse and violation of the domestic abuse act. A witness told police that a teen was laying on the ground while Bustos was "kicking, stomping, and punching him." According to officers, the witness said the teen was hit with a belt on his body and face and when the boy tried to stand, Bustos punched him in the face. / KOCO
ASHEVILLE REUNION FOR KOREAN PARENTS, LONG-LOST DAUGHTER
Returning to her adoptive home of North Carolina, Tina Webb gathered with friends from her Asheville days for a traditional Korean meal and had quite the story to tell. Webb was born deaf in Anseong, South Korea in 1977 to deaf parents, who named her Dae Sik Ko. She was adopted at age 6 by Suzan and Wayne Austin, of Morganton. / The Asheville Citizen-Times
DYING MESSAGE ON FACEBOOK GONE
It's been an emotional day for Charles Wachal as he laid his wife to rest Saturday. Shannon Wachal, 26, died on Valentine's Day of a genetic disorder called Neurofibromatosis Type 2. She was also deaf. She left behind videos, personal messages, for her husband and daughter that she stored on her Facebook account. But when her husband Charles tried to access them, the account was locked in a memorialized state. Facebook has been trying to work with Charles and since Friday, he has been waiting for a response. / 13WHAM
WITNESS: SUPER BOWL WORKER HIT BY ICE FALLING FROM STADIUM SUFFERED HEARING LOSS
A Super Bowl XLV worker struck by falling ice and snow three years ago suffered severe hearing loss and has an “almost violent” ringing in his ear, the man’s audiologist testified in a Dallas County court Wednesday. Severin Sampson is asking for a multimillion-dollar settlement from the National Football League, two Super Bowl contractors and the Dallas Cowboys. / Dallas Morning News
LAWSUIT PROMPTS BIG CHANGES IN PUEBLO'S TREATMENT OF DEAF PRISONERS
During the seven months Michaelee Owen spent in Pueblo County Jail back in 2012, he was never provided with either a sign-language interpreter or a device that would have allowed him to communicate with anyone -- even his own mother. That won't be the case for future inmates, though. A settlement in a lawsuit filed by Owen calls for Pueblo authorities to change the way deaf prisoners are treated. / Westword
WITH THE HELP OF AN ADVOCATE FAMILY, A HOME FOR ALASKA'S DEAF COMMUNITY
Sharon and John Miranda, longtime advocates in the deaf community, are working with others on their largest project yet, a community center for Alaska's nearly 3,000 deaf and 24,000 hard-of-hearing people. Legislative funding made it possible for a nonprofit they are working with to lease a building on Fifth Avenue and begin designing it. This year, with good luck, the Legislature will give them what they need to renovate it and open the doors. / ADN.com
LOCAL SCHOOL FOR DEAF CHILDREN LAUNCHES FUNDRAISER
A Spokane program for deaf or hard of hearing young children is losing one of its biggest donors and is launching a new fundraiser. Mia Newell, 5, was declared deaf at the age of one. “A complete shock. Just trying to imagine what her life was going to be like,” said Luisita Franci Newell, Mia’s mom. / KREM
DEAF GROUP LOOKING FOR NEW BUILDING
The Mahoning Valley Association of the Deaf has outgrown its North Park Avenue building, which also needs substantial repairs, so the group is looking for a new place to call home. Mark Taylor, MVAD president, said the group doesn't have the money to improve the building where the group meets now, the Warren Deaf Club, which he wrote in an email is ''too small and in need of many repairs.'' / Tribune Chronicle
MISSING DEAF AND MUTE MAN LOCATED
Family members have been reunited with a deaf and mute man that had been missing since Thursday. A family friend found Junior Encarnacion sitting on a bench by 163rd Street in North Miami, the family told NBC 6. Encarnacion, 40, is completely deaf and mute and suffers from hypertension. / NBC 6 South Florida
CITIBANK DEMANDS THAT HEARING-IMPAIRED CUSTOMER CALL THEM, HANGS UP WHEN SHE DOES
Kerry has lost her hearing as an adult, and you can’t call her on the phone. This seems pretty self-explanatory, but apparently it isn’t. At least not to Citibank. They want Kerry to call them to verify a suspicious transaction, but hang up on her whenever she calls. / Consumerist
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BRAZIL VIOLENCE: HORRIFIC ATTACK ON DEAF-MUTE WOMAN BEGGING FOR FOOD
These shocking images show a defenseless deaf-mute woman moments after she was attacked next to one of the new World Cup stadiums in Brazil. The vulnerable woman had been begging on the streets of Curitiba for food when she was brutally attacked by unidentified assailants. / The Huffington Post
RAD DEAF LAW CENTRE TO CLOSE DUE TO LEGAL AID CUTS
In a blow for Deaf people who need legal advice, it has been announced that the RAD Deaf Law Centre is to close, due to cuts in Legal Aid. The centre was known for being able to offer legal advice in sign language to Deaf people who often could not access legal services due to communication barriers. / The Limping Chicken
'WE JUST WANT OUR AMAZING LITTLE BOY TO HEAR'
A family is desperately trying to raise £65,000 ($108,000 US) so they can take their deaf son to Italy for a pioneering operation which will allow him to hear for the first time. Danny Pickard, 2, has been profoundly deaf since birth after being diagnosed with a rare condition called CHARGE Syndrome. Surgeons attempted to give Danny a cochlear implant, but doctors soon realized Danny had no auditory nerves at all, meaning he will remain deaf unless he has an auditory brain stem implant operation. / Cambridge News
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
GATESHEAD WOMAN MAY HEAR FOR THE FIRST TIME AFTER SURGERY
Born deaf and now registered blind, Joanne Milne is hours away from surgery which could allow her to hear music for the first time. Diagnosed as deaf when she was two years old, her lack of hearing has been a way of life for Joanne. As a child she could lip-read, but at 29 she started to lose her vision, due to the rare condition Usher Syndrome. Now nearly 40, Milne, who has made it her mission to mentor others living with the condition, is about to undergo a potentially life-changing procedure to allow her to hear. / The Journal
TEENAGER INVITED TO SPEAK ABOUT DEAF-BLIND ISSUES AT HARVARD
Molly has Usher Syndrome and as a result is registered deaf-blind. She has extremely limited hearing and eyesight. During her teenage years she has posted videos on YouTube explaining what it is like to grow up with the condition. She has been invited to speak at the International Symposium on Usher Syndrome at Harvard Medical School, in Harvard University, Boston on Saturday, July 12. / Maidenhead Advertiser
BORN DEAF, STUDENT TO SPEAK ABOUT HIS COCHLEAR IMPLANT
When Isaac was diagnosed as profoundly deaf as a baby, simply having the ability to hear seemed a distant wish. His parents Peter and Melinda McMullen never could have imagined their little boy would one day give a speech to more than 100 people, including federal politicians, at the National Press Club in Canberra. But that is exactly what Isaac, 11, will do on March 5 when he gives a speech as a cochlear implant ambassador on behalf of Blackburn’s Taralye Oral Language Centre. / Herald Sun
Illawarra, NSW, Australia
DEAF STUDENTS WITHDRAW FROM TAFE ILLAWARRA
TAFE Illawarra [a vocational school] has refused to explain changes to its disability support services which have resulted in at least two deaf students withdrawing from courses. The students include Donna White, who was provided with interpreters and a note-taker for three years. She enrolled in a diploma-level course in community services after an employer told her it would guarantee her a job, but recently withdrew from the course when TAFE Illawarra withdrew the services of a note-taker. / Illawarra Mercury
New Delhi, India
CHARITY HELPS DEAF INDIANS GET INTO THE WORKFORCE
It is the afternoon at the DLF Place shopping center in Delhi. Well-dressed Indians cruise its lofty atrium, sipping lattes, trying on designer sunglasses or the latest Indian couture. It is the last place you would expect to find Haider Ali. Mr Ali, 32, has been deaf since birth. His childhood and adolescence were spent trapped in a mute world where no one taught or spoke sign language. There are 1.2 million deaf Indians, according to census figures. Yet India has few specialized schools for them. / BBC News
Khandwa/ Indore, India
LOVE STORY OF MUTE-DEAF COUPLE WHO FELL IN LOVE THROUGH SIGN LANGUAGE
It is said that love has no language and it does not see religion, caste or creed. The love story of childhood friends Rakesh Madanlal Bhagat and Rajshree Gopal Chauhan is based on this love belief. After their friendship turned into a love relation in 2012, they got married on Saturday in Indore. / Daily Bhaskar
Kidapawan City, Philippines
DEAF-MUTE HELD FOR GIRL'S DEATH
Police apprehended a 26-year-old deaf-mute for his alleged involvement in the brutal killing of a six-year-old girl on Tuesday. Chief Inspector Elias Colonia, Matalam police chief, identified the suspect as Marcelino Ordonez. Witnesses told police that the suspect stabbed several times his victim, a Grade One pupil, before he drowned her in a river. / Tempo
COACH APPEALS FOR INCLUSION OF DEAF FOOTBALL
The Head Coach of Nigeria Deaf Football Team, Kamiludeen Oladimeji, on Tuesday appealed to the National Sports Commission to include the sport in the itinerary of the 19th National Sports Festival. Oladimeji told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that the inclusion of the sport would enhance the competitive spirit of deaf athletes for major international competitions. / Vanguard News
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LIFE & LEISURE
H STREET NE BARS AND RESTAURANTS REACH OUT TO THEIR DEAF NEIGHBORS
“Are you ready to start?” the trivia announcer shouts into the microphone at H Street NE restaurant Vendetta. Silence. The place is so quiet that the bartenders don’t need to speak above a whisper, and I can hear a group across the room clink its beer glasses. Yet the place is packed for a Monday night. Unlike every other trivia night in town, no one is shouting over each other. Instead, groups of friends are conversing with their hands at Vendetta’s first-ever ASL trivia night. / Washington City Paper
Santa Monica, CA
AT SMC, THE VOICES OF THE DEAF COMMUNITY ARE HEARD
Imagine going to your first day of classes and walking through the masses of students but not hearing a single sound. You sit down in class and try to make sense of the professor’s moving lips and body language but are glad to see that an interpreter, the bridge between you and the hearing world, has arrived. For the majority of deaf students at Santa Monica College, this is a daily reality. / The Corsair
New York, NY
INTRODUCING THE FIRST 'MADE FOR IPHONE' HEARING AID
Hearing aids just got smarter. GN ReSound has introduced a futuristic hearing aid that is controlled by an app. The ReSound LiNX is being heralded as the first “made for iPhone” hearing aid, but it is also compatible with iPads and iPod touches. Users adjust everything from the volume to the bass and tremble in each ear on the ReSound Smart app, which means no more fiddling around with a giant device on your head. / NY Daily News
HEARING LOSS AND FALLING
Research has shown that for people in their 40's and later, having a hearing loss triples the risk of falling down, regardless whether the hearing loss is moderate or severe. Possible explanations are that people who can't hear well might not have good awareness of their overall environment, making tripping and falling more likely. / Coeur d'Alene Press
WAGNER IS CONSUMMATE TEACHER, STILL GIVING BACK
Joy Wagner is dedicated to the teachings of Christ and to those who are hearing impaired, she said. And as a former teacher, the wife of a chaplain, plus her own religious convictions and more, she has found a way to incorporate all of the above into her volunteer service to the community. / Beloit Daily News
St. Augustine, FL
CITY FIRE MARSHAL TO PROVIDE FREE SMOKE ALARMS FOR DEAF
St. Augustine Fire Marshal Robert Growick is reaching out to deaf people who don’t have adequate fire protection in their homes. After getting a $2,000 grant from the Firefighters Charitable Foundation, Growick, who is the interim fire chief, purchased two dozen smoke alarms designed for the deaf and partially deaf. He is ready to distribute and install the alarms at no cost to those who need them. / The St. Augustine Record
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RESEARCHERS DISCOVER POTENTIAL CURE FOR NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS
Noise-induced hearing loss has the potential to be reversed, according to a new study from Harvard Medical School. In an animal study published in Stem Cell Reports, researchers found that by applying an enzyme-inhibiting drug to the cochlea of deaf newborn mice, they were able to induce supporting cells in the ear to transform into hair cells. / Fox News
DEAF RESEARCHER STUDIES EMERGENCE OF NEW SIGNED LANGUAGE IN MEXICO
The National Science Foundation awarded a $15,107 grant to linguistics graduate student Lynn Hou to be used to research the emergence of a new signed language in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. Hou was visiting a colleague’s home villages, sister communities San Juan Quiahije and Cieneguilla, when she noticed an abnormality in the communication of deaf people there. / The Daily Texan
PROFESSOR ADVOCATES FOR DEAF AWARENESS, EQUALITY
Fresno State professor Rosemary W. Diaz hoped the audience went home with a central message Wednesday night: there are proactive ways to communicate with people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Diaz, a communicative disorders and deaf studies professor, delivered her presentation – “Building Bridges Between the Deaf-World and Hearing Allies” – to a packed crowd at the Satellite Student Union. / The Collegian
NEW SMARTPHONE APP LISTENS FOR DANGER
Walking and texting can be dangerous, especially if you are trying to cross a road while listening to music. Audio Aware – a new application due out in March – may provide an extra layer of safety for either the distracted or hearing impaired, by listening for sounds of danger and alerting the user. / The Blaze
Fort Worth, TX
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDER DEPT. HOSTS DEAF ED LECTURE SERIES
The room was silent until the sign language interpreters translated of understanding the research of educating deaf children. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders hosted a lecture seminar on Wednesday night over the research findings and practices of educating and raising children who are deaf. / TCU 360
MOVE INTO SILICON LABS' SPACE SIGNALS MAJOR SHIFT FOR NATIONAL NONPROFIT
The nonprofit Communication Service for the Deaf has moved to Austin from Sioux Falls, S.D., and taken nearly 16,000 square feet of prime space in one of the Silicon Laboratories Inc. buildings downtown on Cesar Chavez Boulevard. The move brings 50 of the national organization’s more than 1,000 employees into Austin with the goal of being connected to members of the city’s deaf community, anchored by the Texas School for the Deaf. / Austin Business Journal
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SHORT STORY BY FOUNDING EDITOR FEATURES DEAF PROTAGONIST
Just wanted to share a piece of short fiction, written by our founding editor Sara Novic and featuring a Deaf protagonist, is available to read now on Guernica Magazine. If you like sign language, snake handling, and secret high school love affairs, check it out! / Redeafined
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Assistant Vice President for NTID Finance and Budget
Monitor $90 million in revenue and expenses for the College of NTID.
Prepare financial component of NTID’s annual budget request to the Department of Education. Prepare responses for all questions from Department of Education included as a part of the Supplementary Data of the annual budget request.
Work in partnership with the RIT Budget Director, Controller, and their staffs.
Assure that NTID expenditures are in compliance with all RIT policies as well as any mandated by the Department of Education.
Present budget updates and financial analysis for the President of NTID and the NTID Administrative Council. Advise the President of NTID of challenges and opportunities for NTID and the RIT Budget Committee based on multiple funding levels that may be approved by Congress, and recommend funding amounts to be requested from the Federal Government.
Advise NAC members, Chairpeople and Department heads to resolve budget issues that may arise within their divisions/department, including assisting them in creating financial rationales for programs they are proposing to the President of NTID or to other RIT colleges.
Manage multiple projects; demonstrate patience in dealing with managers with little knowledge of finances; provide support and advisement to decision makers; communicate effectively in writing, verbally, and through the use of sign language; and maintain confidentiality.
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Advanced degree in related field: Master of Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, and/or CPA or equivalent
8-10 years of budget management and financial analysis experience in a medium to large size organization, preferably in higher education. Experience in reporting and presenting complex financial information to administration for decision-making purposes.
5-10 years personnel supervisory experience
Fluency in American Sign Language and familiarity with Deaf culture. Candidates who are not fluent in American Sign Language must commence learning immediately and be able to demonstrate such proficiency within two years of hire.
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St. Albans, Vermont
TEAM LEADER FOR DEAF SERVICES
The Developmental Services Division is looking for a strong team player with good supervisory skills. The candidate must be fluent with American Sign Language; preferred candidate is Deaf or Hard of Hearing, and be able to establish relationships with Shared Living Providers, families and community resources in our service area. A clear understanding and support of the dual cultures within NCSS is expected and necessary. Experience with Developmental Disability and/or Mental Illness as well as experience with individuals with multiple disabilities. Responsibilities include overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the team and may include some service coordination. There is an expectation to cover for shortages in staff situations whenever necessary. Bachelor's Degree in Human Services required, however a Master’s Degree is preferred. Email resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Associate Dean of Deaf Studies
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Application Deadline: March 13, 2014
The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in the operational duties and responsibilities of providing leadership for an academic division. The Associate Dean of Deaf Studies demonstrates the capacity to be forward-thinking, is student-oriented in their leadership approach, dedicated to student success, and has an enthusiastic interest in curriculum and instructional improvement though ongoing critical thinking about student learning outcomes in courses and programs.
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PAHrtners Deaf Services
NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN PITTSBURGH AND GLENSIDE
PAHrtners Deaf Services is a dynamic team of behavioral health professionals serving Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and adults. Located outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PAHrtners provides residential and out-patient services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HoH) children, adolescents and adults. Over 85% of our staff members are Deaf or Hard of Hearing!
As a result of our commitment to the Deaf/HoH community PAHrtners is rapidly growing and expanding. Whether you are a high school graduate, recent college graduate or professional with many years of 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 in Deaf culture to fill the following positions:
-- Staff Interpreter – Full Time or Part Time; Glenside location
-- HR Coordinator – Full Time, Glenside location
-- Residential Case Manager – Full Time; Glenside location
-- Residential Counselors – Full Time, Part Time, On Call; Glenside and Pittsburgh locations
-- Counselors for Adolescent Residential Treatment Facility – Full Time, Part Time, On Call; Glenside location
Go to our Website at: www.PAHrtners.com to learn more about each position.
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Send your letter of intent and resume to:
Linda Claypool, HR Coordinator
PAHrtners Deaf Services
614 N. Easton Road
Glenside, PA 19038
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INSTRUCTIONAL/SUPPORT FACULTY POSITIONS-NTID
NTID, one of the nine colleges of RIT, is the world's largest technological college serving deaf and hard of hearing students. Created by Congress and funded by the U.S. Department of Education, it represents the world's first effort to educate large numbers of deaf students within a college campus planned primarily for hearing students. Together with 15,000 full and part-time hearing students, over 1,300 college-age deaf students from all 50 states and abroad study and reside on the campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology.
NTID is committed to creating a climate that fosters the success of every student and employee by appreciating the unique contributions that each person makes to the educational process based on their ethnic, cultural, linguistic and gender-related knowledge and experiences. For more information about NTID at RIT visit http://www.ntid.rit.edu.
NTID is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Instructional Support Faculty: NTID Science and Mathematics. Details regarding this position can be found at: http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 917BR.
Instructional Support Faculty: NTID Science and Mathematics. Details regarding this position can be found at: http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 916BR.
Instructional Support Faculty: NTID Science and Mathematics. Details regarding this position can be found at: http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 914BR.
Instructional Support Faculty: NTID Science and Mathematics. Details regarding this position can be found at: http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 915BR.
Review of applications will begin March 15, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. The hiring of successful candidates is contingent on the availability of budgetary resources.
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