February 22, 2017 Alicia Castro

It’s a privilege to introduce Ryan Al- Sharieh.  He is a very accomplished individual who is deaf.  He has inspired many with his story.   To highlight a few, accomplishments: Awarded by President Obama twice Built multi-million dollar tech startups Written books Al-Sharieh learned under some of the most successful entrepreneurs and authors across tech industry.  He was able to do all of this with a severe progressive hearing loss.  He quotes, “Being deaf is one of the greatest things to happen to me.  If you have a hearing loss, I want you to feel that way too.  Inside Deaf It…

August 26, 2014 Alicia Castro

I would like to introduce Erin Enguero, founder and hearing loss advocate of “Whitenoise in My Ears.” Erin was born with a bilateral genetic hearing loss and currently a kinesiology college student at the California State University of San Jose. She blogs about her experiences with hearing loss and recently started a series of “Fellow Bloggers,” a network connection of young people and hard of hearing individuals who blog and share posts about hearing loss obstacles. She recently contacted me to discuss opportunities to expand the team of bloggers who share their stories. I am honored to be part of…

May 8, 2013 acast018

Hi my name is John O’Connor, I am a father, outdoorsman, sports enthusiast and passionate about living a healthy lifestyle. Check out my new blog at bloggingwjohno.blogspot.com! I am very passionate about hearing loss issues and it is important to spread awareness, especially because children’s hearing loss can often go unnoticed.    Living With Childhood Hearing Loss The number of hearing-impaired people has doubled during the past three decades. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), more than 28 million people over three years of age have some type of hearing disorder. Many of them are children. Children who have hearing loss…