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All posts by: Ruth Bernstein

Speak up, please!

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein Recently, I attended a New York Philharmonic Town Hall with real-time captioning (i.e., Communication Access Realtime Translation or CART), introducing Jaap Van Zweden, the orchestra’s new Music Director, in conversation with President and CEO Deborah Borda. If you are surprised by the availability of CART at the Philharmonic, I’ll […]

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Broadway captioning and other gifts to cherish in 2018

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein (with CHC’s Terrence Williams) There is nothing I like better than getting an unusual gift I can share with a lot of people. I received two such special gifts when I attended the Broadway Accessibility Summit: Community Event, at New World Stages at West 50th Street on Tuesday, November […]

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Reflections on coping with hearing loss

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein Like many people with hearing loss, I read a lot because that is my preferred mode of learning. I recently read a story on the Chabad website, written by Rabbi Sholom Goodman. Read story » The Rabbi writes movingly about his communication experiences as someone who stutters. He focuses […]

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