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DBI World Conference 2019
Technology stream: Concurrent session 11B
Presenter: Clair Josling
Topic: How technology and communication styles have improved my life

DBI World Conference 2019
Technology stream: Concurrent session 11B
Presenter: Clair Josling
Topic: How technology and communication styles have improved my life

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DBI World Conference 2019 - How technology and communication styles have improved my life

  1. 1. Workshop-how technology and communication styles have improved my life. By- Clair Josling
  2. 2. A little about me - Born with congitial CMV, resulted in profound deafness, left eye impairment, and mild Cerebal Palsy. - At four and a half years old, received a cochlear implant. - Now 20 years old, in university studying psychology and a minor in philosophy
  3. 3. I would like this workshop to be interactive but don’t feel you have to participate. If you have something to share please raise your hand This is a safe space, please treat each other with respect.
  4. 4. Who here has assistive technology at home? - And what happened before that technology came into your life?
  5. 5. Microphone clip and phone clip
  6. 6. Any questions about the microphone clip and phone clip?
  7. 7. Bellman and light system This picture is the doorbell transmitter This picture is the alarm clock and shaker.
  8. 8. Any questions about both systems?
  9. 9. Communication styles. -Who here knows more than one language? -What culture did it open your eyes to?
  10. 10. My own communication styles history - I grew up speaking English; for me is tricky - Big misconception that deaf people cannot speak or speak well. I am proof that it’s not true. - Didn’t learn Auslan (Australian sign language) until I was in high school, to which I taught myself the language. Unfortunately after I left school, the school finally made Auslan as an elective language. - Leadership program opened up the world of deaf-blind language.
  11. 11. After my jump out of a plane
  12. 12. Land’s End
  13. 13. Thankyou for coming and listening to my workshop. I hope you had fun and learnt a thing or two. 

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