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Theme Deaf culture
"We participate in activities with WeZoDo and the Zo Hoort Het foundation."
"For the youngest I have a baby monitor with a buzzer function and a light."
"I wasn't much of a dancer, but we could sign together at the disco."
"We used to play throughout the country with deaf sports."
"The advantage of deafness is easy international communication, I want them to know that."
"Deaf children live in two worlds, in a way."
"It's amazing that we can be in two worlds, the deaf world and the hearing world."
How difficult is it for parents to get involved in the deaf community?
Is deaf culture disappearing now that teaching methods are changing?
Can parents also become a part of the deaf community?
When do children get involved with the deaf community?
Is deaf culture an international phenomenon, or is there also a Dutch deaf culture?
What exactly do deaf people mean when they talk about 'deaf culture'?
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