With the outbreak of COVID coronavirus , we want to reassure you that we are working hard to provide as much support as we can to deaf children and their families. Coronavirus has changed lots of things in terms of support for deaf children. Our blogs provide more information on these changes and how they might impact on your child. Our Buzz website includes information about coronavirus for deaf young people. The Buzz also includes lots of top tips from deaf young people on managing life during the lockdown. So you can best support deaf children and young people that you work with, we have put together an information for professionals blog post with useful information, resources and reliable links.
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A hero neighbour broke into a burning house and risked his life to save a deaf dog while the owners were at work with the moment captured in a striking image. The fire broke out in the garage of a Noosaville home last Tuesday morning and quickly spread throughout the Queensland residence. Neighbours raised the alarm with emergency services with one noticing the dog was fast asleep on the downstairs level of the home. The male neighbour rushed in to save Sid the deaf dog, battling through blistering heat and clouds of smoke to safely rescue the family pet. A man has been lauded for his heroic efforts in saving his neighbour's deaf dog from a burning home in Queensland.
By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. Snipe, who also signed America the Beautiful alongside H. R, has earned himself thousands of new fans with his dynamic performances during the Super Bowl pregame show. Incredible: Warren 'Wawa' Snipe, a year-old recording artist and actor, energetically performed the national anthem in American Sign Language at the Super Bowl on Sunday. His movements were so seamless that it almost looked as if he were dancing while on the field, the result of his at-home practice sessions.