Photo by Chris Montgomery on Unsplash First posted on Inclusive Communication Services and reposted here with permission.’ Due to the pandemic, many people have been
Image by StockSnap from Pixabay Spoiler alert! This article discusses crucial elements of the film, including plot and key messages. I was excited
This week (1-7 February 2021) is Tinnitus Week. I am sharing a post I wrote nearly three years ago. At the time,
Photo by Immo Wegmann on Unsplash ‘First posted on Inclusive Communication Services and reposted here with permission.’ It’s a Friday evening and I
I am always interested in talking to people with different types of hearing loss, to learn about their lives and
Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels My heart was pounding, my stomach was churning. I was glancing at my phone
Image by Gabriele Lässer from Pixabay The Spanish government has started to relax lockdown restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. In
Since I’m blind, the sound I can’t take for granted any more, literally means the world to me. It is the key to my independence, to the travels and adventures I’m having and to the communication that keeps me connected and grounded in this world.
Image by Jan Vašek from Pixabay A friend of mine recently told me a story about how her elderly grandmother, who is in
At night-time, it loves the limelight, gobbling it up with glee. The more I focus on it, the more layers of noise I discover.