In this post, I propose this topic with the purpose of helping professionals or families or even the deaf themselves who deal with deaf children who do not accept sign language to relate better with family members. It is through communication that the human being integrates, participates, coexists and socializes. In this context, the family… Continue reading Challenges in communication between deaf children and their family members
In this context, the arts, especially the visual ones, appear as a channel capable of generating changes. The image, conceived by photography, videos or paintings, for example, can be used as a powerful pedagogical and communication tool. It communicates from the moment it is thought, produced, until it is contemplated by other people, causing reactions,… Continue reading The inclusion and expression of the deaf through art
Information is fundamental to overcoming prejudice and discrimination. With information, we exercise respect for human diversity. Whenever you want to help, ask what is the best way to proceed. Do not be offended if the offer is refused, it will not always be necessary. A disabled person is not a sick person! When leaning on… Continue reading Learning to deal with people with disabilities
My interest in the deaf world began many years ago, and I always wanted to know more about that new world. Every new study convinces me that deaf people are not disabled. Their only barrier is the impossibility of communication through oral language. They are capable of doing everything, even communicating, not by speaking, but… Continue reading Motivation
Hearing impaired, deaf and dumb, and deaf: what is the correct way to refer to a person who has a hearing impairment and who uses sign language? Think … Take your time … I think most people have been in doubt between the first two, and have instantly discarded the third option. Am I right? But I… Continue reading Breaking paradigms – They are deaf!