DHI

(redirected from Deaf and Hearing Impaired)
AcronymDefinition
DHIDizziness Handicap Inventory (scale)
DHIDeutschen Historischen Instituts (German: German Historical Institute)
DHIDoor and Hardware Institute
DHIDivision of Health Improvement (New Mexico)
DHIDairy Herd Improvement
DHIDanish Hydraulic Institute
DHIDuruöz Hand Index (rheumatology)
DHIDeaf and Hearing Impaired
DHIDirect Hydrocarbon Indicator
DHIDepartment of Heavy Industry (India)
DHIDiversity Health Institute (consortium; Australia)
DHIDeaf History International (Gallaudet University)
DHIDown Hole Interface (Oil and Gas)
DHIDepartment of Homeland Insecurity
DHIDynamic Hyperinflation (lung disease)
DHIDirect Hygiène Industrie (French: Direct Hygeine Industry)
DHIDakar Heure Instrument (French: Dakar Time Instrument; Sénégal)
DHIDefense Hydrographic Initiative
DHIDoosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd (South Korea)
DHIDaewoo Heavy Industries & Machinery Inc
DHIDeck High
DHIDesign Horizons International (Vero Beach, FL)
DHIDual Handset Installment (mobile phone contract)
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Organiser, James Dixon, who is also a UK Deaf sport ambassador and England Deaf international cricketer said: "This new club offers deaf and hearing impaired people a great opportunity to enjoy a range of sports and physical activities without the usual barriers to communication.
Sessions are funded initially for 12 weeks by Sportivate for young deaf and hearing impaired people aged 11 to 25 (although deaf people over 25 are also welcome) but will continue in the autumn as part of the Academy's Choices for Disability Sport programme.
Yesterday some members of the Changes to Services for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Children Sub Group - a scrutiny panel of Kirklees Councillors and co-opted members charged with analysing the changes - expressed concern that parents of children with less acute hearing problems may not have heard about the consultation.
On the other hand, Yousuf Al-Turki, member of the committee assigned to supervise the king's directives in regards to mainstreaming deaf and hearing impaired students in the higher education system, sees that the requirements are unjust, as they equal deaf and hearing impaired students with healthy students.
The service, based on IBM Lotus Sametime instant messaging solution and WiMax wireless broadband technology, will provide the deaf and hearing impaired access to the sign interpretation service across the whole island of Taiwan.
tw/ - providing the deaf and hearing impaired with the information they require in a format of video clips.
This Web site provides the deaf and hearing impaired with the basic information they require in a format of video clips.
Local organisations from the NHS and social services have pooled their budgets to set up the service for deaf and hearing impaired people who will be able to access the service themselves by either text-phone or email and the interpreters will be provided for free.
Earlier, Dole was warmly received by Gallaudet's class of 380 graduates, their families and friends at the country's only four-year liberal arts college for the deaf and hearing impaired, despite some unhappiness on campus over inviting him.
A point highlighted by Vice President Erik Snabb: "While millions around the world make use of the freedom and power of mobile telephones, the deaf and hearing impaired have been excluded from using mobile technology.
Davila has become an international spokesman on issues affecting the education of people who are deaf and hearing impaired.
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