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Since 1982, Harris Communications has been the one-stop source for sign language books, TTYs, amplified telephones, signalers and vibrating clocks and more! From wireless pagers and assistive listening devices to sign language CDs, DVDs, books, videos and novelties, shop Harris Communications for a great selection of over 1,000 products for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people, as well as for children, parents, teachers, students, interpreters and others interested in American Sign Language and the Deaf Culture. From TTYs to closed caption decoders, books, videos and sign language gifts, we are the largest distributor in the Rocky Mountain region of products for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. Please browse through our online store; we can ship anywhere via UPS. And, you'll be happy to know that shopping on this site is secured via GeoTrust SSL technology.

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Since 1991, ADCO Hearing Products has provided individuals, businesses and agencies with a comprehensive range of communication products and services so that persons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing can communicate freely and effectively without barriers. Whether you're looking for literature, helping someone learn, or want a game that the kids can play, we've got a broad range of books, videos, and software that cover the gamut. We're always looking for the best products available; for instance, we've recently increased our DVD section to include dictionaries, ASL learning, and entertainment titles. If you are looking for a special gift for a holiday, a birthday, or any special day, we have one of the largest selections of sign language gifts you will find anywhere. With our convenient online ordering and shipping, you can count on us to make your occasions even more special.


With an exclusive focus on Deaf and Hard of Hearing products, the Deaf Nation Expo is your best opportunity of the year to meet with and sell to buyers who are passionate about new products and services. Hearing people are also welcome to Deaf Nation Expo for different reasons; learning sign language, becoming interpreter, Deaf children and more. Several thousands attendees from each state, regional and local communities gather at Deaf Nation Expo to source and buy products, network, and learn about the issues and regulations facing the community. Capture your share of the untapped market at Deaf Nation Expo.

Beethoven Deaf:
Beethoven early life Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Germany in 1770 and died in 1827 at the age of 56. He grew up during a time of great social changes. He loved nature and social justice. His music reflected these loves. He was born...

Deaf history
Deaf history focuses, in large part, on a centuries-long struggle over ways to overcome a heritage of discrimination by the hearing world and to provide better opportunities for the hearing-impaired. Language lies at the center of this debate. While...

Deaf people
Sometimes people get mistaken while considering their child as hearing impaired. It is sometimes not easy to identify them as deaf. Also deafness is sometimes misdiagnosed as autism and vice versa. Like the person who can talk, any deaf person may...

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