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Parks Accessibility Conference

Hi. I’m Leah Riddell, artist of the card you just scanned from. I’m honoured and thrilled to be chosen to design for the Parks Accessibility Conference to teach you sign language. Their slogan is “Make Canada’s National Parks Accessible”. I completely agree! We CAN make this happen. A first step to inclusive communication when encountering visitors in the parks is understanding and communicating using some signs! Are you ready to learn?

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Metro Girl Signs

Metro in Kingston, I have to praise one of the staff. Last night I lined up to pay for my groceries, the cashier cleaned the surface before I put my groceries down. I proceed to where I pay with my debit. I signed “1 BAG”, it’s universally obvious. She stocked my items in the bag,

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International Week of Deaf People

The International Week of Deaf People has been celebrated during the last full week of September, Sept 20-26, 2021. Last week, we came together to recognize that deaf people have our own communities, our own cultures, our own languages, sign languages, which unite us all. This year’s theme for the International Week of Deaf People

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2021 Calendar Planner

Guesssssss what! We at Signable Vi5ion and Def Events & Beyond are excited to share with you a sneak peek of our upcoming 2021 BEYOND THE MINDSET SUCCESS planner. It has everything… Covers 12 months (January 1, 2021 — December 2021).· QR code to video link to learn some signs in ASL for those learning· Healthy encouragements with sign

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Mask Barriers

Another pandemic barrier for the deaf communities and some people in general… wearing masks which is a must to protect ourselves and others. Wearing masks are creating barriers in communicating with people. Visual expression is covered and for some, cannot lipread and it causes great anxiety. In sign language, our face tells a story, it’s