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This is a blog telling people about my experiences growing up deaf.

Owner: Susana

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Language: English

Tags: deaf, deafness, silent, hearing loss, hearing problem

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Latest Blog Posts for Susana the Deaf Lady

  • My Hearing Dog Just ArrivedI was accepted to get a hearing dog from the International Hearing Dog Inc.a while ago. Finally the trainer, Robert Cooley from there flew Douglas down from Colorado. He is in town for a few days to teach me how to train the dog. Today we worked on...
  • Going To Meet DouglasI had signed up for a hearing dog through the International Hearing Dog Inc. Since I can't hear things with my hearing aids off, it would help to notify me of things that make noises. It's a big help when I am home alone. If the smoke alarm goes off...
  • ASL Group At Spot Coffee In February
    on Feb 9, 2014 in Deaf News
    Tonight was the second time I attended the ASL group at Spot Coffee. This time I was looking forward to going. I have only been there once before, as I just learned about it on facebook. It is for people that know how to speak in sign language or...
  • ASL Buffalo Social Hour At Spot CoffeeIt's been over 26 years since I've had a chance to socialized with other deaf people. When I went to college at N.T.I.D. many years ago, I was around deaf students every single day for nearly 8 years. Therefore my signing skills had gotten pretty...
  • Smoke Alarm For The Deaf
    on Jan 12, 2014
    I was born deaf and my hearing aids help me to hear a lot of things. For years there was just a regular smoke alarm in the place where I have been living. If it would beep during the day when I had my hearing aids on, I would hear it. But when I a...
  • Using Closed Captioning When Watching Television
    on Jan 5, 2014 in Bubblews
    Long time ago when I grew up in New Jersey, there was no closed captioning on t.v. at home. Even when I went to the South Brunswick High School in N.J. the teachers never provided captioning for me in the classrooms. Therefore I never understood wh...
  • KFC Drive-Thru Needs To Improve Communication For Deaf Customers
    on Jan 1, 2014 in Bubblews Drive-Thru Restaurants
    Last week I decided to stop at KFC to order dinner on my way to the car shop. Little did I know they haven't improved anything for their deaf customers. When I pulled up to the speaker, I couldn't understand a single word the girl said on it. So I...
  • Changes At Drive-Thru Restaurants Will Help Millions Of Customers
    on Dec 1, 2013 in Bubblews My Articles
    Can you imagine if all drive-thru restaurants had touch screens as an option to use? That way people wouldn't have to deal with the annoying speakers that is hard to understand from. Deaf people have no use for speakers at all. Even the hearing im...
  • Have A Very Happy Thanksgiving
    on Nov 29, 2013 in Bubblews
    Today was a special day because it was Thanksgiving. I wrote all about my Thanksgiving meal in the article below. Happy Thanksgiving Everyone...
  • Tim Horton's Drive-Thru Lacks Assistance For The Deaf
    on Nov 23, 2013 in Bubblews Deaf News My Articles
    Tonight I stopped at the Tim Horton's drive-thru to see what kind of services they had available for deaf people. As I pulled up to the speakers, I was hoping to see some kind of sign directing deaf people where to put in their orders. Well there w...
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