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Is deafness a disability?
Is deafness a disability? If so how is it manifest? and if not why not?

Is it our right to hear?
Sometimes it seems, even in countries like Australia, that only if you have money do you have the right to hear.

Issues faced by Deaf children
As late as the mid-20th century children with a hearing loss were often misdiagnosed and parents were told they had a mental deficiency. Research has found that children must receive stimulation to the auditory nerves during the early formative years.

Job hunting if you're deaf
Finding a job if youíre deaf can be almost impossible. How do you apply when you need to use a phone and canít?

Keeping hope alive
My personal journey was hard. Being positive was not always easy but I discovered it was up to me - I had to keep hope alive that things could improve. This article looks at some of the ways I did it.

Learning language
Languages are complex and I think it is amazing we learn it with such apparent ease as children. It is so much harder for a deaf child.

Learning to be hear bilaterally
How do we go about learning to hear with a second implant? How do you proceed to get the best of your hearing?

Linguistic Minority
There are many languages which have died out or have very few speakers. But a number of governments, educationalists and other bodies are doing their utmost to keep these languages alive.

Lipreading - why would you need it?
Lip reading, why do you need it? If you are sometimes having trouble understanding speech, one of the best things you can do for yourself is learn lip reading. Learning lip reading can help you communicate better even if you can't hear everything.

Lipreading, speechreading and the hearing-impaired
Both Deaf and hearing individuals use different methods of communication. While one relies heavily on speech tone, the other relies heavily on sign language.

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