Just last month a deaf woman in Alpharetta, Georgia, saw two children alone in a car. Concerned for their well-being, she texted 911. It turned out that a babysitter had left the kids alone for a bit, and luckily no one was hurt: The sitter got off with a warning. The episode highlights the increasingly […]

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In recent years, technology advancements that assist the deaf and hard-of-hearing have reached new heights with a new pediatric hearing test. These advancements are making it much easier for the deaf and hard-of-hearing to communicate and process what is going on around them. A relatively common device for the deaf and hard-of-hearing that has been […]

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