The negative stigma hearing aids have is not the products fault. It’s not the fault of those of us who wear them. And it’s not the fault of the hearing professionals who fit them or the manufacturers who create them. It is the fault of the judgmental public who has learned in recent years, that… Continue reading We can’t break the hearing loss stigma alone
Pixar and Disney have a knack for making us stop and think more deeply about some of the changes life throws at us or the obstacles some people face—adults and kids. Through the powerfully emotive world of colored animation, we are held captive for hours in the theater, and then when we leave, we find… Continue reading How Finding Dory’s Bailey and Hank Could Help Us Embrace Hearing Loss and Anxiety
It seemed so insignificant seven years ago when I first got my drivers license. It seemed a hassle when after losing it in Florida over Spring Break last year; I had to return to Texas to get a replacement. It was so precious today as I held it in my hand one last time before… Continue reading Goodbye Truck. Goodbye License.