asl, deaf culture, Personal, Post-Activation, Post-Surgery, Pre-Surgery, Research Studies

5 Reasons Why I Don’t Sign

I often times speak out against how frustrating it can be to have people see my cochlear implants and automatically assume that I sign. This is annoying but an easy mistake for people who are not familiar with the difference between lowercase d deaf and capital D Deaf to make. What is infuriating to me… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I Don’t Sign

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

Personal, Post-Activation

What It’s Like to Teach With Cochlear Implants

Image Credits: QuotesGram.com Hey guys! Merry Christmas Eve Eve! Today is a really special day for me because it's the 1 year anniversary of being activated on my right ear. Hurrah! I apologize for the lack of updates. I know I promised you guys back in like August that I'd post on what it's like… Continue reading What It’s Like to Teach With Cochlear Implants

Post-Activation

Post Cochlear Implant Activation Week 3.5 – Small Victories

Image Credits: Dumb Little Man Hey everyone! I know I'm a bit late on this, but Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a good time celebrating! Mine was good but I was slightly disappointed by how quiet it was. I was hoping to hear a lot of noise and new sounds but it seems like people… Continue reading Post Cochlear Implant Activation Week 3.5 – Small Victories