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  1. Aid the Silent helps deaf and hard-of-hearing children and teens receive equal access to opportunity by providing financial assistance to enhance communication methods; gain access to education resources; and to improve their overall health, both mental and physical, that leads to individual growth socially, educationally and spiritually.
  2. One, deaf and hard of hearing people are by no means “silent” at all.   They use sign language, lip-reading, vocalizations, and so on to communicate.   Communication is not reserved for hearing people alone, and using one’s voice is not the only way to communicate. .
  3. The Silent Word Ministries Online Store is your ultimate resource for Deaf Ministry rysnehelrustgootthe.birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.infoinfods of items are available to purchase – sign language books, preaching DVDs in American Sign Language, Bible study materials, leadership manuals, gifts for Deaf ministries, and much more!
  4. Founded by Julius Wiggins (), Silent News was published from January until Wiggins and his family moved from Downsview, Toronto to a home in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, where they began development of a newspaper for the deaf that was launched in January
  5. The Deaf Bible Institute is only for Deaf adults and Deaf rysnehelrustgootthe.birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.infoinfo is a systematic Bible study program that teaches sound Bible doctrine and rysnehelrustgootthe.birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.infoinfo Word of God is the only absolute authority. Man's opinions are good, but they do not change lives.
  6. Deaf Silent at Boynton Beach Mall Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, FL No contact information available. Broward County Broward County Association of the Deaf West Sample Road, Pompano Beach, FL has several events during the month, please check with the contacts at the following numbers before attending.
  7. The Silent Natural He Made Thousands of Fans Cheer, But Never Heard One. This inspirational story tells of the trials and tribulations of Dummy Hoy (played by Miles Barbee), the first deaf .

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