Today marks the end of Deaf Awareness Week. During the last week we have had a number of posts from some great bloggers. We’ve covered everything from Baby Sign through to Facts and Figures from Action on Hearing. I would like to thank our guest bloggers who are either themselves featured in the photo above or their children are. You can read this weeks posts … Continue reading My Sunday Photo 17:14 Hearing Matters!
Originally posted in May last year Written by Keighley Miles May plays host to Deaf Awareness Week (2-8) May and they are celebrating 10 years since the launch of new-born hearing screening (NBHS). This is something that is close to our heart because it was during Leo’s New-born hearing screening there was fears raised about his hearing. I (mum) have decided to write a bit … Continue reading Our Deaf Journey – Recap.
Did you know that in 2015 over 11 million people in the U.K. had a hearing loss of some description, that’s equivalent to 1 in 6 of us and that by 2035 that number is expected to rise to 15.6 million or 1 in 5. That number is just staggering when you actually stop to think about it. In fact most people probably know someone … Continue reading Hearing Matters from Action on Hearing
Following on from the last update where we were waiting for St Thomas’s to have a meeting to decided whether or not to proceed with Leo having Cochlear Implants. We received the news from St Thomas that they want to wait for a while to see if Leo’s hearing gets worse or he falls further behind with his speech levels. Although not the news we … Continue reading Our Cochlear Journey Update #3
written by Carly Sygrove of My Hearing Loss Story Nine months ago I was sitting in a school auditorium, listening to a guest speaker giving a presentation. I am a teacher of Early Years children, and this was part of the school training sessions, a week before the start of the new school year. I lifted my head up from writing some notes, and out of … Continue reading My Experience of Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss