The Amazingness of Hearing Loss

A human being is an amazing creature, capable of amazing things: we can think, talk, see, hear, feel pleasure and pain, show compassion, move forwards-backwards-sideways and, as the advertisements say, so much, much more. Perfect people would operate flawlessly on this scale of amazingness – but do such people really exist? Surely even the most…

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900 Words: Siblings and Hearing Loss

I asked Dr. Louise Sinden-Carroll, the esteemed New Zealand human rights activist, to write a piece for HearingHealthMatters – about 900 words or so.  In this article, she takes a searing and personal look at the impact of unaddressed hearing loss on a unique family dynamic.   – Gael Hannan   By Dr. Louise Sinden-Carroll  …

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