What does it mean to lead a sound dependent lifestyle when you’re hard-of-hearing?
Airlines: How can they be more DHH Friendly?
If airlines are not Deaf and Hard of Hearing Friendly, how can they be? Few tips on what airlines could do better to cater to those who are hard of hearing and deaf, and be more friendly to these individuals. Second in the article series on Airlines and Deaf and Hard of Hearing friendliness.
Airlines: Are they Deaf and Hard of Hearing friendly?
Are airlines deaf and hard of hearing friendly? An exploration of why and why not based upon experiences.
Part one of the Airlines and DHH friendly series.
Closed Captioning During Travel
Closed Captions are important to Hard of Hearing and Deaf individuals in order to consume information; however, they’re not easily available during travel.
Why YOUR hearing matters
Today is World Hearing Day, and your hearing is important. Make sure to communicate clearly with individuals who are HoH/Deaf and get your hearing checked!
When Should You Bring Your Hearing Aids/ Cochlear Implants with You While Travelling?
Hearing aids give you a quality of life, but not all environments are friendly to your hearing aids when you travel.
Ten Tips for Travelling as a Hard of Hearing Individual
Ten tips for travelling if you are hard of hearing.
Can a Hard of Hearing Person Travel?
Being hard of hearing doesn't stop you from being able to travel around the world. Why? Because travel is so much more than about hearing, deafness and hearing loss.