Deaf Shop website
Deaf Shop is a web based company that offers a wide range of hearing assistive devices to benefit anyone with a hearing loss. They carry a comprehensive selection of popular, well- designed items to assist users in conversation, on the telephone, watching television, and other daily activities.
The showroom is also availabe to view and try the Deaf Shop products. The show room is locatedin Berea, Durban - South Africa.
Please feel free to
5PM - 9PM (Mon -Fri)
10AM - 9PM (Weekend)
Tel: 031 2086828 (After hours Or Weekend)
Cell: 082 636 9979
Cell: 083 786 2886 (sms only)
Skype: babyboss786 (South Africa)
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Deaf Women Training Report (5.84mb)
SADA Profile (1.2mb)
Early Identification, Intervention and Support Services to Deaf Children and their Families (358kb)
Deaf Youth Leadership Training Report (3.4mb)
SASLI Policy (325kb)
South African Sign Language Interpreters
National Youth Camp 2009 Report (3.49mb)
Training was focused on the Deaf Community, with emphasis on Deaf Youth, the selection was based on the demographics of South Africa and emphasis will be on the rural communities and the representatives from the Deaf Provincial Councils were invited.
Definitions of "Deaf"
In this Constitution the word “Deaf” refers to all persons
with a substantial hearing loss who may consider themselves
Deaf. In particular it refers to those persons who use South
African Sign Language as a means of communication, including
hard of hearing, deaf blind and deafened persons who align
and identify themselves with Deaf culture and with South
African Sign Language.
The word Deaf is spelt with a capital “D” to denote adherence to a particular cultural grouping, namely. Deaf culture.
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