Compliance vs. Accessibility: What More Can We Do In The Workplace?

All public and private sector organizations with 50 or more employees are required to be WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.0 AA accessible by January 1, 2021. If you read that line, and went ‘huh?’, I don’t blame you. To simplify it, all organizations with 50 or more employees are required to have their websites … Continue reading Compliance vs. Accessibility: What More Can We Do In The Workplace?

I Stayed in a Toxic Relationship Because of my Hearing Loss

Happy belated Valentine’s Day! I hope that everyone is taking advantage of the discount chocolate and candies being sold in stores right now. This past Valentine’s Day had me thinking a little about my relationships – with friends, family, colleagues and of course, romantic relationships. My first serious relationship was when I was 21, and … Continue reading I Stayed in a Toxic Relationship Because of my Hearing Loss

Lip Reading

When I was three years old, I was diagnosed with hearing loss. I was born with some degree of hearing loss that grew worse the older I got. A common question that gets asked is how come my parents didn’t find out sooner? They didn’t find out sooner because I can lip read. The theory … Continue reading Lip Reading