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Why learn ASL?

Why learn ASL?

Hello, good afternoon, my name is Nick. This is my sign name I’m a hearing ASL 4 student at the University of Connecticut And my major is pharmacy I decided to learn ASL because UConn requires two semesters of a language to graduate For two years, I’ve tutored for the American Sign Language department, and …

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Audiologist: Stacy Douberly

– It’s really hard to imagine what these patients are going through. I try to put myself in their shoes. So, how could I help them, how can I make their quality of life improved. My name is Stacy Douberly, and I am a clinical audiologist at the Penn Medicine Division of Audiology. I was …

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What Does A Cochlear Implant Sound Like?

What Does A Cochlear Implant Sound Like?

[♪♩INTRO] One of our Patreon patrons, Captain Nick, recently wanted to know what the world sounds like through cochlear implants, which turned out to be a pretty popular — and interesting — question. Because if you don’t have the implants yourself, you … can’t really know. Cochlear implants are one way for someone who’s deaf …

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Audiologist: Brittany Panetta

Audiologist: Brittany Panetta

(gentle music) – Push the button when you hear the beeping tone. – Okay. – The big thing I found with patients is hearing’s a quality of life issue. When you can’t hear it affects communication, whether it’s friends, families, going to the doctor’s. It can become really limiting. My name’s Brittany Panetta. I’m an …

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Hearing Hope

Hearing Hope

Alex was diagnosed with hearing loss at birth. I would say it was the most traumatic experience in my life. When I take off my hearing aids and cochlear implant at night everything just sort of vanishes in a way. It took me longer to talk than most kids because I couldn’t hear what they …

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