June 29, 2020
Twitter feature not accessible for deaf

Twitter’s new audio feature is not accessible for deaf people

Twitter recently released a new feature intended to create a “more human touch,” as the company said in a blog post. It backfired when users pointed out Twitter’s new audio […]
December 12, 2017

Baby signs “Help!” while sitting on Santa’s lap

Most babies cry when they sit on Santa’s lap, but a one baby tried a different approach to tell his parents he needed help: sign language.  There is nothing like […]
March 2, 2017
#hearinglosshour

#HearingLossHour: Shopping with Hearing Loss

Facilitated by one of our Hearing Like Me bloggers, and supported by Phonak, #Hearinglosshour is a live Twitter chat devoted to discussions about living with hearing loss. It takes place […]
January 24, 2017
wrongly captioned trump inauguration

Making sense of subtitles: Wrongly captioned Trump inauguration goes viral

Subtitles from a children’s TV show were shown alongside the coverage of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. The wrong captions went viral.
January 10, 2017
hearing loss hour visible or invisible hearing aids

#HearingLossHour: Do you prefer visible or invisible hearing aids?

What are the pros and cons of having a visible or invisible hearing aids? We got to the heart of these matters during #HearingLossHour.
December 7, 2016

Why cinemas should follow accessibility regulations

Does your cinema follow accessibility regulations? A while back, I wrote a blog post about my experiences at the cinema with my hearing loss. Since then, it’s sad to say I’ve […]
March 4, 2016
Phonak audiologists

Audiologists on Twitter and the cutest deaf, blind dog video

Every Friday we’ll feature the most buzzed about topics relating to the “hearing loss” community. Join us on social media or check in on the Hearing Like Me forum, and find […]
March 1, 2016

#HearingLossHour: Share your hearing loss stories on Twitter

#HearingLossHour is a monthly, hour-long Twitter chat, dedicated to bringing people with hearing loss together, to share their experiences and support one another. It is facilitated by Angie Aspinall via her Twitter account, @hearinglosshour. […]