There are many reviews of Sound of Metal, tackling different parts of the movie and undertones, hearing loss awareness, cochlear implants, dangers of listening and playing loud music, Deaf identity ( cultural deafness) but most important narrative seem to be missing – the deafened and hard of hearing people and their community. I must handContinue reading “Beyond The Obvious – what Sound of Metal did not tell you?”
Today is the World Theatre Day. I share with you the article I wrote for Stagetext back in 2010. Thanks to Stagetext, deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people who could not participate fully, can now enjoy the theatre plays on equal basis together with their friends and family.
Today we celebrate the International Cochlear Implant Day. What a best way to celebrate than listening to a song dedicated to celebrate music and hearing sounds of life?
Over the course of the last year, most of us needed to adapt to the “new normal” defined by working from home, online learning and meeting participation. As we enter 2021, remote working is still with us and it may be for much longer as businesses and organisations have discovered new ways of working practices.Continue reading “Masters in multitasking!”
Is a hearing loss a contributor to a burnout? In February last year, I was invited to annual event at Thomas More University in Antwerp, Belgium to discuss hearing loss and functionality .The question of link between hearing loss and burnout was raised during the event and from the perspective of lived experience, I wouldContinue reading “Hearing loss and burnout – is there a link?”
Last year, on December 3rd, we celebrated UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities with the theme “ Not all disabilities are visible”. The focus was on spreading awareness of invisible disabilities that people might not be aware of, such as sight impairment, hearing loss, mental illness, diabetes, among others. Did you know World HealthContinue reading “Hearing loss – an invisible disability”