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Tag Archives: deaf awareness
Originally posted on deafcomm:
Writing a page on Facebook was my first attempt to share deaf awareness with the world. It was clear, Facebook wasn’t enough, so here we are with our first blog. “What is Deaf awareness?” or more…
Pains, Perils, Deadlines, Policies, Frustrations, Telephones, Devils and Angels in the NHS by a totally deaf lipreader…..
Hello Blog. Long time no see. Apologies for leaving you in the dark, time to wake up and publish some news from me to you …. I am currently glued to a bed in my living room. I broke my … Continue reading
So you have or are thinking about a cochlear Implant.? Save a thought for those who cannot have one because they have NF2. There is hope, though, and this blog is to let you know about other methods of giving … Continue reading
One of my friends posted this on FB this morning. This is how deaf people think about the new (stupid) security measures taken by some banks for their online security. I am reposting on my blog here so you can … Continue reading
When deaf people read words, they usually use phonetics to match the word to their voices. Sometimes it doesn’t “sound right” to hearing people. It’s not our fault – blame the English Language! I came across this poem many years … Continue reading
The Hardest Hit campaign is a petition and protest to the Government to protect the benefits of disabled people across the UK. The campaign has the following key messages: Disabled people, those with long-term conditions and their families are being … Continue reading
Way back in the 1990’s – when I got my Cochlear implant, I started writing a diary. I had been totally deaf from the age of 5 through meningitis. This became a blueprint for a book I was going to … Continue reading
Before you read this – remember the vast majority of people in old people’s homes are likely to be deaf, or deafblind….. Make sure you know how to communicate effectively if you are working in a care setting. Disabled people … Continue reading