It’s very easy to get lost among the sea of information and sources being distributed regarding COVID-19. The Government’s continuous rules and regulations are creating significant challenges for many, but especially for the deaf
Currently, the world may seem like a strange place, especially with the rapid growth of COVID-19. This is why, more than ever, it is important to remember that in a time of social isolation
The summer school holidays can be frustrating to navigate when you're a deaf teenager in a hearing world. It's a time for festivity and closeness, but it's also a time when there are a
TRANSCRIPT NSW Parliamentary Friends of Hearing Health and Deafness School Student Public Speaking Event Theatrette, NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney Wednesday, 7 August 2019 BETTINA LIANG: Good morning, ministers, parliamentarians, ladies and gentlemen.
Deaf teenagers may find it difficult to socialise in mainstream schools, but there are ways that this situation can be improved. During your teen years, you're fine-tuning existing skills and developing new social skills
In a hearing world, deaf teens can feel constantly confronted by their deafness. Since the world is set up for hearing people, a multitude of things in day-to-day life can be frustrating and alienating.
This article was first published in the Airnorth, Together We Fly Magazine, and republished with permission. Click here to read the article in PDF Author: Danielle Gusmaroli Making Themselves Heard A TEENAGE boy holds