Hearing Differently is doing a collaboration with the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association - BC Youth Peer Support Program (CHHA-YPS). CHHA-YPS is an organization that supports deaf and hard of hearing students in their navigation of school, work, and social lives. Check out their website and their resources here. I will be posting one blog … Continue reading Accessibility Services in Post-Secondary – Part One
Do you identify as a person with a disability? I was asked this question, and it gave me some pause. I don’t know? Yes? Maybe not? When it comes to the word ‘disability’, perspective is very important. For me, it boils down to three perspectives. The first is that some people might not like the … Continue reading Do I Identify as a Person with a Disability?
Do you ever think about your past self and think, if I could go back and tell them something, what would it be? My mind always seems to go back to that question around my birthday. With the knowledge and experience that I have now, what would I tell my younger self? And which younger … Continue reading A Letter to my Past Self
Hi everyone! I'm excited to announce a guest post, written by a fellow blogger, Lauren from I'm Fine, Stop Asking. I met Lauren during my writing class in university, and we hit it off! She blogs about her thoughts and experiences with day-to-day life, as well as her anxiety. She also published a book, Don't … Continue reading Thinking Differently: Growing Up Anxious
Three years ago, I did a podcast for a class assignment. One of these podcasts was called ‘Misconceptions on Being deaf”. You can listen to it here. Since I did this podcast, I experienced several changes – namely graduating from school, entering the corporate world and meeting new people. I wanted to revisit this topic … Continue reading Misconceptions About Hearing Loss