November 18, 2019
deaf director

How Harri Marshall went from being a performer to a deaf director

Harri Marshall started out as a performer and is now a successful deaf director. Here is how she worked her way up to where she is now.
May 29, 2019
breaking barriers for deaf artists

PAD Productions: A company breaking barriers for deaf artists

I recently caught up with deaf actress and co-founder of PAD Productions (Positive About Deafness in arts and media), Lara Steward. We discussed #DeafTalent and her passion for breaking barriers […]
February 13, 2018
closed captions

This new app helps people with hearing loss enjoy theaters

A new free app called The Galapro App is making theaters more accessible for deaf and hard of hearing people by providing closed captions directly to their phone. This is big […]
December 14, 2016
#hearinglosshour

#HearingLossHour: Accessibility, hearing loss and the Arts

Facilitated by one of our Hearing Like Me bloggers, and supported by Phonak, #Hearinglosshour, is one hour a month devoted to discussions about living with hearing loss. It takes place […]
March 7, 2016
petition for subtitled movies

My fight to make cinemas deaf-friendly

Until recently, I only went to the cinema two or three times a year. Going to watch a movie at the theater has always been a ‘luxury’ for me. With my […]