The two events I went to include a National Association of the Deaf biennial conference 2019 and a local charity event to help the deaf members of the community. At the charity event I met a couple of hundred Deaf kids, Deaf teachers, Deaf staff, and Deaf administrators from elementary, junior high and high schools. In the conference I met different CEOs and people who worked for Deaf organizations (both as an employee or volunteer) and different representatives from NGOs. The main agenda of the events was to raise awareness about the significance of Deaf culture and Sign Language in Deaf people's lives. The events strived to make the audience recognize the commitment of such associations in the lives of hearing-impaired citizens. The point was to underline the requirement for open administration, communication and correspondence availabilities to all regardless of inabilities or language obstructions and to force the policymakers for value and the privilege of Deaf people to get easy access to services in the region.
I learnt about the everyday struggle the deaf people have to endure. I learnt that how a person reflects their behavior and attitude does impact on how they face issues on a daily basis. Communication is a part of our psychological make up, language or otherwise. Once we remove that or cause difficulties because of the lack of being open minded to communication options will cause a psychological barrier in how we deal daily with stuff that goes on. The most exuberant deaf person will mask this psychological issue more effectively but will have a greater impact on their long term physical-communication issues. Majority of the deaf people endure communication issues on a daily basis i.e. no sign language interpreters, unqualified sign language interpreter (meaning in this case, one who has little to no knowledge/training on interpreting for deaf people), lack of communication understanding from other people, intolerant people (opposed to impatient people), refusal to communicate, paper and pen for 2 hours opposed to 30 minutes (with an interpreter or better communication methods), lipreading (having to deal with so many diverse lips and faces) and attitudes. All of this is extremely physically draining and deaf people deal with such struggles on a daily basis.
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