Francoeur, a 10-year major league vet, should be used to hijinx by now — but did this one ever get him.
“This kid proved himself and they denied him the opportunity to perform the job because of subjective biases and ignorance.”
As the population ages, the need for deaf and hearing-impaired services is expected to grow, but Michigan may not be prepared.
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit by a deaf lifeguard who says his rights were violated when Oakland County declined to hire him.
Henry Ford Health System has agreed to pay $70,000 as part of a settlement over a complaint that it failed to provide sign language interpreters in 2004 to a psychiatric patient and his family members.
Career training in health care is now available for the deaf and hard of hearing thanks to the Livonia-based proprietary school MedCerts.
The video from the Deaf Professional Artists Network began getting more attention online after the White Stripes’ website promoted it earlier this month.