October 22, 2018

So, you think I have a deaf accent?

Where are you from?! It's a question I get all the time, as people look at me with interest, wondering in what far away land I've developed my unique intonation and pronunciations. Ugh, I think. They've  just noticed my deaf accent. 
December 26, 2017
writer with hearing loss

How Deafie Blogger became a writer with hearing loss

Learning a language, both spoken and written can be tough with hearing loss. When growing up I was constantly trying to keep up with reading writing levels. As I have […]
May 22, 2017
Learning a Language With Hearing Loss

3 Tips for Learning a Language With Hearing Loss

Learning a language is hard, especially for those with hearing-loss who rely on lip-reading. Here are some tips to succeed.
October 24, 2016
learning sign language as a person with hearing loss

Why I’m learning sign language, as an “oral” profoundly-deaf(ie)

I'm profoundly deaf and have been since birth, but I've always communicated using oral or spoken English instead of sign language - until now.
August 7, 2015

From A Hearing Aid To A Cochlear Implant

Wearing hearing aids is as natural to me as wearing clothes. I was born hearing impaired and as far as I can remember I always had hearing aids; they were […]