September 2019 | News

How A Hearing Loop Can Open Your Eyes (And Ears) To The World Around You

Imagine going to the theater but being unable to hear the dialogue clearly and missing the punchlines over and over, despite constantly adjusting the volume on your hearing aid. Imagine standing on a subway platform and not being able to hear the announcements over the group of rowdy teens a few feet away. Imagine trying […]

August 2019 | News

Get A Free Copy of Rebecca Alexander’s Book ‘Not Fade Away’ When You Sign Up for hearOclub!

Rebecca Alexander is an author, psychotherapist, group fitness instructor, advocate, and extreme athlete who is almost completely blind and deaf. Born with a rare genetic disorder called Usher syndrome type III, Rebecca has been simultaneously losing both her sight and hearing since she was a teenager. Despite these difficulties, Rebecca refused to lose her drive and zest for life, […]

August 2019 | News

Playing Sports With Hearing Loss

Hearing loss blogger Ashley McGoey shares her experiences playing sports in the summer while growing up. From soccer, to swimming, to a gymnastics meet where Ashley didn’t realize music was playing for her floor routine, Ashley describes her love for sports and how she didn’t let her hearing loss hold her back. Summertime is an […]

July 2019 | News

Interview with DEAFinitely Dope Founder Matt Maxey

DEAFinitely Dope founder Matt Maxey has been taking the internet and the hip hop world by storm by giving the deaf and hard-of-hearing community the opportunity to share the full music experience at live shows and interpreting songs online. Maxey’s ASL interpretation makes it easier for the deaf community to follow along to their favorite […]