Whilst clearing out files and paperwork during my day job office move, I came across my 2014 diary and decided to reread the (traumatic) years events.
I had detailed every single GP/Audiology/Therapy/A&E appointments and assessments that I attended throughout 2014 and thought I would share with you the journey I went through to get to this point today. Continue reading “From Sudden Deafness To A Robot Ear”
Today’s post is a little different but one we think you will find extremely useful.
We recently asked audiologist Lindsey Banks over at Everyday Hearing some hearing loss related questions we think you would be interested to know about from an expert’s position. Continue reading “An Experts View”
My last post ‘6 Myths and Facts About Hearing Loss’ garnered a lot of interest from individuals with and without hearing loss. A lot of people were unaware of many of the facts uncovered and so I thought I would follow this up with a post on the common myths and facts about Cochlear Implants. Continue reading “11 Myths and Facts About Cochlear Implants”
After submitting my last blog post to Restored Hearing, Chrissy Hughes the Community Manager for Restored Hearing and I engaged in a bit of email conversation as we usually do every month, catching up on things we have missed and any future plans for posts etc when the subject turned to contact accessibility for the Deaf/hearing impaired, in particular email access to vital health services. . Continue reading “Better Health Care Access For The Deaf Or Hearing Impaired”
Just a little update for you all regarding my latest bout of SSHL in my left ear; Continue reading “The Left Ear Loses It”
For those of you who know me IRL (In Real Life) or follow any of my social media accounts you will know that I suffered from further deterioration in my hearing, but this time in my left (“good”) ear. Continue reading “SSHL Strikes Back”
It’s been a while since I have updated this blog; I can hear you all sobbing about it from here. I do apologise but there seemed little to report as things have settled back into normality and wedding planning has taken over. Continue reading “Three Months On.”