Social impact of Talking Hands: Rita Antoniozzi of I.S.I.S.S. Magarotto talks about Limix

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We dedicate this news to a very important topic for us Limix: social impact Talking Hands will give deaf people, for the life of every day, both in social and business.
For the occasion, we had the honor to talk about and discuss with Rita Antoniozzi, teacher specializing all'ISISS Magarotto (State Institute of Specialized Education for the Deaf) of the Rome office. This is the text drawn up by dotoressa Antoniozzi to Limix.

"Talking Hands help deaf people to come out of silence, allowing them a first form of communication even with those unfamiliar with the LIS. We know that deafness is a composite phenomenon and you have to know all of the implications if you want to interact significantly with this "universe".

Talking Hands shows how the attention of the hearing to the problems of this minority can be an important and indispensable resource for promoting a possible emancipation. Its dissemination and sharing of innovative projects connected to it will also encourage the achievement of that autonomy which is the prerogative essential to the realization of full social and professional integration. "

 

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"Talking Hands improve communicative interactions also in education.

If the hearing child there is a certain speed in the development of language, since it is found to be exposed not only to the language addressed to him directly, but also to what we adults use with each other, for the deaf child the situation is more complex, especially if the child is to be born into a family of hearing people. Deaf children and teenagers can freely express thoughts and emotions to become an active part of the ongoing learning process which is pivotal in the personal growth of each individual. Deaf students feel included and valued, they will win a greater serenity and self-confidence.

With the valuable contribution of these two researchers, who have never tired of experimenting, the barriers of misunderstanding can be overcome. The intelligence of the heart to the service of others."

Social impact of Talking Hands: Rita Antoniozzi of I.S.I.S.S. Magarotto talks about Limix
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