What life is like when you're Deaf

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Clip from Behind the News  |  ABC ME  |  November 28, 2016
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Tanya reveals what it's like to go to school when you are Deaf, demonstrating how she communicates with AUSLAN and with people who don't understand sign language, and enjoys music and movies.

Tanya reveals what it's like to go to school when you are Deaf, demonstrating how she communicates with AUSLAN and with people who don't understand sign language, and enjoys music and movies.

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