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    Assistive Technology: Amplified Stethoscopes

    Cardionics has released the first visual electronic stethoscope. It can amplify sound 30 times louder than an acoustic scope and it provides a visual display of the phonocardiogram or phonopneumogram. Visualization assists the listener in identifying the position of clicks, rubs, knocks, snaps or murmurs in the cardiac cycle.

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    Assistive Technology: Techmatrix

    Techmatrix helps find education and assistive technology products for students with disability.

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    Association of Medical Professionals with hearing loss (AMPHL) - US

    AMPHL (US) provides information, promotes advocacy and mentorship, and creates a network for individuals with hearing loss interested in or working in health care fields. AMPHL also offers a Forum where questions are asked and answered on areas such as stethoscopes, assistive listening devices, phones, mobile communication, paging etc.

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    Auslan Services

    Auslan Services is a leading provider of Auslan Interpreters across Australia. It is our goal to provide excellent customer service, make intelligent decisions when booking interpreters, be innovative to stay ahead of the trends and support the Deaf community at all times.

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    Auslan: Sign Planet

    This site allows you to browse, search, view and save images of AUSLAN Signs, or upload ones you've created yourself that you'd like to share with others.

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    Auslan: Signbank

    Signbank is an interactive dictionary of Auslan (Australian Sign Language). Auslan is the language of the deaf community of Australia. Auslan is growing and changing all the time.

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    Australian Sign Language Interpreters Association (ASLIA)

    The Australian Sign Language Interpreters' Association (ASLIA) is a non-profit body and is the national peak organisation representing the needs and interests of Auslan/English interpreters and Deaf Interpreters in Australia.

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    C-Print - speech-to-text system

    C-Print is a speech-to-text system developed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), as a communication access service option for some deaf and hard-of-hearing students in educational environments.

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    CATS booklet: Hearing Impairment

    This booklet is designed primarily for academics and focuses on the needs of students with hearing impairment and the staff who teach them. Suggested strategies are presented within a broad framework of inclusive teaching for all students.

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    Connecting the Dots: A successful transition for deaf students from VET to employment

    Connecting the Dots: A successful transition for deaf students from vocational education and training to employment (2007). Research involved interviews with seven young people from Victoria who had either just completed secondary school and were enrolling in a VET course, or had completed a course and were looking for work.

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