Jul 14, 2022
Full video description: https://tinyurl.com/46tmsnvc
A bald-headed man named Felix sits in a room full of armchairs and couches. He wears a navy blue t-shirt and wristwatch. He signs ASL.
When I was first told about a deaf/blind camp in Washington State, I was enthralled. Upon arriving at camp, I was shocked at the number of deaf/blind people there. Roughly 75 to 100 people. There were all kinds of activities and things to do. For example, there was dancing, bowling, art, and so much more. I remember, on the last day as I was leaving, I noticed a new growing sense of pride in who I was.
Bright colors transition, revealing text: “Summer Camp: Felix’s Story.”
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