With most of the world going on lockdown in March, many of us, myself included, have been home for the last several months, only leaving when absolutely necessary. Once upon a time, Pre-COVID, I would have gone to work from 9-5, catching the PATH at 8 am, and once a month I would go to … Continue reading Why Being Present is More Important than Ever
Corporate America. For some it is the big bad wolf, while for others it's the greatest thing ever. It evokes a range of emotions that continuously oscillate between joy and frustration, exhaustion even. As with many other jobs, Corporate America has its good and its bad, but the thing is it is so varied, with … Continue reading What is working as a HoH individual in Corporate America like?
In recent days, I've seen this debate come up about why we still use the term "disabled" and that it should be "differently-abled" to be more inclusive of everyone who has different levels of ability. This has shown up not just online but also at work and with friends, and quite frankly, I've had just … Continue reading Disabled versus Differently-Abled
As you can see, I have avoided any mention of COVID-19 here in the last several months since the situation has begun developing. Based on the things that I was seeing, people were overwhelmed with all the misinformation, fear, frustration, and anger. It was too chaotic, too uncertain a time to have a conversation about … Continue reading COVID-19 brings challenges for Hard of Hearing Individuals
What does it mean to lead a sound dependent lifestyle when you’re hard-of-hearing?
There's one thing that airports can do to be more pleasant for hard of hearing and deaf individuals
Opening up the new Away Luggage
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 Captions are important to Hard of Hearing and Deaf individuals in order to consume information; however, they’re not easily available during 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.