deaf culture, Personal, Post-Activation

What It’s Like to Work in a Busy City With Cochlear Implants

I’ve written in the past about how my cochlear implants have improved my career and what it was like to have a job interview with them, but I don’t think I ever really discussed what it’s like to work in a busy, noisy city with cochlear implants. I have been working for Penn Medicine for… Continue reading What It’s Like to Work in a Busy City With Cochlear Implants

Pre-Surgery

Preparing for Cochlear Implant Surgery: Why I Have Brand New BROKEN Glasses

I got a new pair of glasses today... And they're already broken. (Kind of).  Why Having Broken Glasses is Ideal for Cochlear Implant Surgery (Even If You Have Contacts) But this is a good thing. The whole reason I bought them was so the doctor could (temporarily) break them for me. I'm not insane, I… Continue reading Preparing for Cochlear Implant Surgery: Why I Have Brand New BROKEN Glasses