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Deaf Culture:Technology

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Sarah Giorgis-Pratt

on 22 February 2016

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Transcript of Deaf Culture:Technology

Technology in the Deaf Community
Deaf people use visual signals for doorbells, the telephone, fire, alarms, or smoke detectors.

A Babies Cry
There are even visual signals activated by crying babies!
Visual Products
The Deaf community has adapted many listening devices to serve visual purposes, and manufactures now include visual options in a range of products.
Cell Phone Alert
If you have a silent vibrate option on your cell phone, thank the Deaf community who advocated for the alert!
Deaf Culture:Technology
Fire Alarms
Nowadays, visual alerts for public smoke and fire alarms are required by federal law.

But, how was it before laws and advanced technology?
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