What's it feel like to experience sound for the first time? Six young adults share their experience with hearing loss and remember what it was like the first time they could hear.
Parents are a child’s most important teacher on the LSL journey. The kids who've been on this path share how their parents helped them and offer advice to those starting out.
There are some ups and downs to navigate when you're the only kid in school with hearing loss. Hear what it takes to go mainstream and what accommodations are needed.
Parents aim to raise their child with hearing loss to be self-reliant, independent, and confident in the hearing world. Children with hearing loss learn early on to self-advocate.
Hearing loss doesn't have to hold you back. Children with hearing loss can participate in all the activities, sports, and social milestones that their hearing friends do.
What does the future have in store for our six young friends with hearing loss? Hear their current accomplishments and dreams for their future in this season's final episode.
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