November 19, 2018
hearing impaired

The term “Hearing Impaired” is no longer in New York’s law books

How do you identify your hearing loss? Do you call yourself “deaf,” “hard of hearing,” or “hearing impaired?” Hopefully, you don’t use the term “hearing impaired,” […]
August 29, 2016
what is the difference between deaf and hard of hearing

What are the differences between a child who is deaf and hard of hearing?

Having a child first be diagnosed with hearing loss can feel like a completely new world, especially if you haven’t experienced hearing loss in your family […]
June 24, 2016
Hearing Loss Awareness

Hearing Loss Awareness: Turning invisible hearing loss into the visible you

However imperceptible the shift, something is happening in the public’s  consciousness about hearing loss. It’s in the news, in official documents, and I see it in […]
January 25, 2016

Dating with hearing loss: Date spots, cuddling and lip reading in the dark

I got inspiration for this blog post from Rikki Poynter’s video, ‘Dating While Deaf.’ For those who don’t know who Rikki is, she’s a deaf YouTuber, […]