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Utilizing #deaftalent: The Making of a Deaf-Friendly Webisode

Posted by: Staff Writer on Feb. 25, 2015  |  Comments

Are you tired of seeing production companies and theaters in Hollywood and beyond using hearing people casted as Deaf characters? Roles that Deaf individuals could portray and perhaps even better? We are! That’s why at deaffriendly we knew when we made the right choice, the only choice really, to use #deaftalent during the making of our first webisode released in late January “#deaffriendly or #deafchallenged? Let’s Find out” starring John Maucere

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Enough is Enough: Deaf Demand Access in Medical Settings

Posted by: Staff Writer on Feb. 19, 2015  |  Comments

Your life is on the line. Or your child is gravely ill. You’re scared. Perhaps you’re in the emergency room or with a surgeon doing a consult. The very last thing you need to worry about is communication. 

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Deaf-Friendly Showcase: How Glide’s #VIDEOTEXTING Revolution Won the Deaf Community Over

Posted by: Staff Writer on Feb. 10, 2015  |  Comments

To a nation of textaholics, LOLs and emojis seems like a 21st Century fixture that’s here to stay. But hold on to your hats, because an upstart startup is changing how we stay connected: Glide’s video-texting application.

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Your #deaffriendly Valentine's Day Gift Giving Guide

Posted by: Staff Writer on Feb. 3, 2015  |  Comments

Love is a powerful thing isn’t it? It changes lives at first glance. And tokens of our affection can lead to deepening relationships or serious misfires. We’ve all been there; we thought that tie would be a big hit. It wasn’t. We thought that piece of jewelry would make them swoon. It didn’t.

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Watch the Video! #deaffriendly or #deafchallenged?

Posted by: Staff Writer on Jan. 29, 2015  |  Comments

Actor John Maurcere, known for his role in SuperDeafy, displayed his usual charm and dynamic energy on screen as he engaged real-life Deaf people (not actors) and their real-life #deafchallenged and #deaffriendly stories.

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Best of 2014 #deaffriendly Businesses

Posted by: Staff Writer on Dec. 30, 2014  |  Comments

As the year winds down, counting is the name of the game: Days to 2015, partridges and pear trees, holiday pounds to shed, shopping budgets, and resolution lists. But at the deaffriendly headquarters, we count with spreadsheets: Analyzing #deaffriendly businesses and which one’s deserve top honors in several business categories.

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Money Talks. At Kramer Wealth Managers, It Signs and Listens Too

Posted by: Staff Writer on Oct. 14, 2014  |  Comments

One unspoken rule of adulthood: Talking about money is taboo, confined to hush-hush conversations. But the Catch-22 is that talking about money early and often is what helps children build a solid financial foundation later.

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Reviewer Spotlight: Joshua Jones – Orange County, CA

Posted by: Staff Writer on Oct. 8, 2014  |  Comments

Do you know the people who are plugging in reviews on deaffriendly.com? Every quarter, we pick the brains of our most active reviewers. They are the words behind our deaf-friendly mission, the stars of our 1-5 star ratings, and the soul of this website.

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Do You Know What It Means To Be #deaffriendly?

Posted by: Staff Writer on Sept. 22, 2014  |  Comments

You know what a cost-benefit analysis is. You have your accountant’s telephone number on speed-dial. You even know how to expertly run a social media campaign on Facebook and Twitter. But, do you know what it means to be a deaf-friendly business?

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Introducing deaffriendly.com!

Posted by: Staff Writer on Sept. 22, 2014  |  Comments

Dear fans and followers, Pssst! Have you noticed what happened to our website? After months of scheming, debugging and tinkering, we've updated our website … and our brand! We’re now deaffriendly.com and we are open for reviews, nationwide.

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

alainamarley

alainamarley

Pivotal Law Group

Seattle Car Accident Lawyer

If anyone needs legal assistance for car accident in Seattle, lawyer Chris ...

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Kate

Kate

Seattle Art Museum

I was hoping to have a better experience this time, but it was similar to the ...

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echo

echo

Starbucks

When I approached the clerk and informed him I was Deaf he was friendly and ready ...

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deafREVIEWer

deafREVIEWer

Redmond's Bar and Grill

Rachel, our waitress, realized I was deaf and started signing. I was with a group of ...

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