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Deaf-Friendly Tips Every Restaurant Needs to Know
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Naked City Taphouse

I went here with a bunch of Deaf people and had mixed reactions. Paulina, our server was really friendly, although she didn't sign or ...

Brooklyn Bros Pizzeria

Hands down New York style pizza in the Puget Sound! I go there regularly and communicate with employees via basic ASL or note-writing (yep, I ...

Cascade Rehabilitation Assoc

I've gone to Cascade Rehab in Mukilteo for almost 6 months on weekly, bi-weekly and then monthly basis for my ACL replacement rehab sessions ...

Fremont Coffee

This coffee house has a signing barista named Meghan. She said she was rusty with her ASL, yet we had a full on conversation. I ...

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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 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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