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Old Town Donut Shop was established over 30 years ago in Old Town Florissant. In 2014, they opened a store in Cottleville, MO (see pictures below). They serve the "yummiest donuts you’ve ever tasted!" You can visit their website at http://oldtowndonuts.com/. #shopsmall #smallbusinessweek #oldtowndonutshop
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5/4/17
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Happy #SmallBusinessWeek! We will be sharing some pictures and experiences at small businesses around the Greater St. Louis area over the next several days. Check out what we did last November for #SmallBusinessSaturday below. Contribute your own pictures and experiences to be entered in a drawing by May 6th! #ShopSmall
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5/2/17
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Elephant in the Room is coming up next week! Early bird special ends on March 4th from 9 AM-1 PM. Register today. Email HH@mtapractice.com for more information. We hope to see you there!
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2/28/17
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Our workshop Elephant in the Room will be hosted on March 11th. You can receive ALL your Ethics CEUs in one day!

Sign up today for the early bird special of $30! Contact HH@mtapractice.com to reserve a spot as seats are limited.
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MT&A will be hosting a workshop on March 11th, 2017. It will include a discussion on "hot topics" in the interpreting field today. Check out the flyer for more information and to sign up!

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1/25/17
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Dinner Table Syndrome impacts D/deaf individuals. Read the article below for more information on what it is and how it influences families, friends, and communities.

http://www.mtapractice.com/2016/12/02/dinner-table-syndrome-deaf/

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Self-care is crucial for sign language interpreters as our field can be both physically and emotionally taxing. There are several strategies you can use to ensure health and long-term stability. Check out this article written by our president Shelly Tisius for more information!

http://www.mtapractice.com/2017/01/12/self-care-sign-language-interpreters/

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Tax season is just around the corner! It can be a complicated for those who can hear to navigate the ins and outs of taxes. Often people choose to hire a CPA. This adds a layer of communication difficulty for those who are D/deaf or Hard of Hearing.
A company with offices in Hawaii and Maryland offers tax preparation with assistance in sign language. The goal of Deaf Tax is eliminate the communication barrier. Now tax season doesn't have to be quite as stressful for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing clients!
http://deaftax.com/about-us/

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Don't forget on January 15, 2017, Sign Language Interpreters will be able to receive all of their CEU's through CEUFlix.com! Brought to you by April Dunlap and Jeffrey Dunlap.
If you haven't already done so, check out the link and sign up! #CEUs
https://www.ceuflix.com/

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The new Star Wars, Rogue One, came out on Friday. Have you ever thought how difficult it would be to lip-read Darth Vader? This Bad Lip Reading video comically shows misunderstandings that could easily be made in daily life. Enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1w8Z0UOXVaY
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