Hearing loss blogs
Here is a selection of interesting, useful and entertaining hearing loss blogs. For those unfamiliar, a “blog” (short for “weblog”) is a personal diary of sorts; an outlet for the author’s thoughts and feelings.
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.
Kirsteen lives and works in Scotland. She blogs about her hearing loss and both the challenges and opportunities it brings.
You can also read Kirsteen’s cochlear implant journey on our own blogs page to discover her experiences with this process.
Sarah Bricker blogs about life with hearing loss and all the ‘messy experiences and feelings’ that come with it.
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.
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.
A blog dedicated to helping people with hearing loss and manage day-to-day issues at work.
The aim of Bobbie Page’s blog is to explore the trials and tribulations of those with any degree of hearing loss.
Vera Brearey shares her life living with deafness, using humour and her experiences to help others.
Adam Sobay shares research, personal insights and information for people affected by tinnitus.