Hearing loss blogs

Here is a selection of interesting, useful and entertaining hearing loss blogs from around the web. For those unfamiliar, a “blog” (short for “weblog”) is a personal diary of sorts; an outlet for the author’s thoughts and feelings.


hear me out! CC

Hear Me Out [CC]

A newly launched site from Ahmed Khalifa as a place to celebrate hearing loss identities and share stories of others on their hearing journeys. The site features written blogs as well as audio podcasts (with transcripts) and subtitled vlogs.

my hearing loss story

My Hearing Loss Story

Carly is documenting her experiences with sudden sensorineural hearing loss (sshl) and all the changes it has brought to her life.

Cochlear Implant life logo, a line art sketch of an ear with cochlear implant

Cochlear Implant Life

A blog and resource for people interested in the world of Cochlear Implants and hearing loss. Established by Aidan, a cochlear implant recipient, this is a site for information, reviews, and the sharing of stories.


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Living With Hearing Loss

Shari Eberts writes about life with hearing loss and hearing health advocacy. Full of information, discussion and useful life tips for living well with hearing loss.

a day in the life of a deafie

Day in the Life of a Deafie

E, also known as Deafie Blogger, is a 19 year old profoundly deaf blogger and deaf activist. She writes about family life, daily struggles and the odd teen drama. A perfect blog for teenagers.

hearing-like-meHearing Like Me

A news and lifestyle website for people whose lives are affected by hearing loss, hosted by Phonak




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The Invisible Disability and Me

Laura Lowles started her blog after being diagnosed with sudden sensorineural hearing loss.

Her e-book is available on Amazon Kindle The Invisible Disability and Me.




Webpage updated: September 2021

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