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Hear Armenia: A diary of our visit

Hear Haiti: a vibrant start

Cochlear Implants: The Big ‘Switch On’

#HearingLossHour: Share your hearing loss stories on Twitter

Hear India: Helping Children Hear the World

7 ways to celebrate a “hearing birthday”

World traveler, writer… and hearing aid wearer

Watch: Bride uses sign language for special father-daughter dance

Five Ways to Distract Yourself from Tinnitus

Community Spotlight: Hearing loss no barrier for tenacious twin

Hear Appalachia: Reviving a quiet community

Community Spotlight: Mom signs special song to daughter on wedding day

How deaf people can benefit from wearables

Technologies such as smart watches can provide a lot of benefits to making life easier – especially for deaf people.

The Lady’s Harp: Turning Tinnitus Into Art

In a remarkable demonstration of turning lemons into lemonade, creative artist Daniel Fishkin decided to turn his experience with severe tinnitus into art.

Are deaf people “retarded?”: Marlee Matlin and stigmas on hearing loss

Like anyone with a hearing loss, I’ve had to bust through preconceptions and prejudices all my life.
The word, “retard” is one that has come up a few times.

Ellen Chats with Deaf, Blind High School Football Player

A deaf, blind high school varsity football shares how he overcomes obstacles to follow his passions.

These are the best toys for hearing impaired babies

Deaf Indian Boy Wows Judges on ‘Super Dancer’

A deaf Indian boy leaves the judges and audience in tears on an Indian Hindi reality dance television series, ‘Super Dancer.’

5 Holiday Sensory Games to Play with your Deaf Child

Deaf children tend to respond really well to games that stimulate all of the senses, which is why I have gathered 5 of my favorite DIY sensory activities.