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Pediatric Audiology Project: Managing Hearing in Children October 14, 2016 Teton Village, Wyoming [Read more]
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View the photo gallery from the EAA/ASHA Networking Event held during the 2015 ASHA Convention, in Denver, Colorado. Thanks to ASHA photographer Ben Sledge for sharing this album with EAA. [View Photo Gallery]
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What a special connection to our speech and hearing community! ... See MoreSee Less

Gene Wilder, an iconic comedian and wonderful human being, passed away Monday, August 29, at the age of 83, leaving behind Karen Boyer, his beloved wife. Gene first learned about CHC when he came to do research for the 1989 movie See No Evil, Hear No Evil. He was preparing to portray a deaf man in the film and wanted to do it accurately. Assistant Director of Communications, Karen Boyer (then Karen Webb), was to be his teacher. According to Gene, when he first saw Karen, she was a "vision in lavender and pink and a little blue" and the rest is history. Gene's relationship with CHC did not stop with his research. He became a true friend and partner to all of us here at the time. He talked with our children, he attended our events, and he truly cared about the work that we do (below shows Gene and Karen at a CHC golf fundraiser with Deputy Executive Director, Nancy Nadler, center). He and Karen contributed to CHC in many ways, but we will always remember and care most deeply about Gene's patience, generosity of spirit, humanitarian nature, and of course, his humor. We are deeply saddened by his passing. Our hearts go out to his wife and our former colleague, Karen Wilder.

Educational Audiology Association shared Ai-Media's Whopper Sign. ... See MoreSee Less

Once in a while, corporate America does something truly wonderful. Well done Burger King. #WHOPPERSIGN

Excellent! _Far From The Tree_ is an awesome book. I didn't know they were making a documentary. ... See MoreSee Less

"When I was born deaf, my mother cried." One woman's triumphant journey living in "the deaf world and the hearing world." Video by Andrew Solomon, and stay tuned for the upcoming film at Far From The Tree Documentary.

Hilarious!! Talented kid! ... See MoreSee Less

Last week I been upload one video that really old movie. But it new video! I hope you enjoy watch this movie. Have you had bad experience with bad interpreter??? Inspired by Deafies in Drag