More Open Captioned Movie Theater Showings Please!

Have you had the chance to watch We Hear You, our documentary about hearing loss? If so, you probably noticed the open captions burned directly into the film to help people with hearing loss (and others) follow the dialogue easily. Our film is about hearing loss, so open captions are the obvious choice. CODA, the Continue reading

Why Don’t Physicians Screen for Hearing Loss?

Unfortunately, hearing loss is not always taken seriously — even by the medical community. How many times has your primary care doctor asked you about your hearing loss or screened your family and friends for hearing loss? The answer for me is zero. This should not be the case. In my recent article for Hearing Continue reading

Help SoundPrint Promote Safe Noise Levels

I didn’t remember things being this loud. During the pandemic, I spent most of my time outside of New York City in the glorious quiet of upstate New York. But as in-person school resumes for my son, we are spending more time in the city — and boy is it loud! The traffic. The construction. Continue reading

How to View Award-Winning Hearing Loss Documentary ‘We Hear You’

Why make a documentary about hearing loss? We Hear You’s journey began during the pandemic. People with hearing loss felt more isolated than ever. We struggled to communicate on video conference calls and with people behind masks. It sometimes felt hopeless—like we would remain set apart forever. Virtual Meetings helped ease some of the pain, Continue reading

When Using A Microphone Made All The Difference for My Hearing Loss

Do you wish a microphone was used at all meetings and events that you attend? I certainly do. My article for FindHearing on HHTM discusses how important microphones are for creating an inclusive environment and what we, as people with hearing loss, can do to help promote microphone usage. See an excerpt from the piece Continue reading

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