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New Highland Elementary School has opened a new communication avenue for its deaf students.
New Highland had a videophone installed in its deaf education class Monday, which will enable students to make phone calls on their own.
The videophone was provided and installed by Sorenson Communications and the service is paid by for the Federal Communications Commission. As long as the phone can be hooked up to high-speed Internet, any deaf or hard-of-hearing person can have one for free, said Melissa Parrish, a sign language interpreter at New Highland.
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