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Facebook, Twitter, Etc: Make Your Ad Management Deaf-Friendly!
Over 200 Phoenix Professionals Get Deaf-Friendly Training
Business Tip: Turning a Negative Review into a Deaf-Friendly One
Ensuring the Customer is King: Deaf-Friendly Customer Service Training
deaffriendly Turns 4: More Than Just a Review Website, A Movement!
Reviewer Spotlight: Kate Spencer
Interpreting Industry Insights: A challenging climate
Deaf-Friendly Tips Every Restaurant Needs to Know
How To NOT Be That Annoying Hearing Person in A Place of Business

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Ghostfish Brewing Company

Group of us went across the street after the Kick-off party for Deaf triathlete.  A Deaf friend found this gluten free restaurant from the Gluten ...

Camp Ten Trees

Refuses to appropriately pay for/hire interpreters in any kind of consistent basis, except for the annual auction while all the funders are present to ...

Vocational Rehabilitation

I am a former client here and have nothing but good experiences. Part of that I believe is due to the counselor I had. Her ...

Social Security

My experience has not been so great at this SSA location. I've encountered staff who aren't too keen for communicating via paper/pen ...

Most Recent News & Announcements

Equal Access at NAD Conference in Phoenix, AZ

Everyone is still talking about how successful the NAD 2016 conference was in Phoenix, Arizona: especially in regards to the equal access at the convention center, the hotels, the surrounding restaurants and bars. All of that is because of the training that they got from deaffriendly. 

Founders Corner: We're Turning Four!

This month, April 2016, marks 4 year anniversary since we launched deaffriendly.com. Wow! 4 years ago when I launched this business, going about my daily life as a Deaf consumer was frustrating, time consuming, annoying, and often I arrived home everyday, exhausted.

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