We have all had our struggles overcoming embarrassment and loneliness growing up.
Entering public primary school with a hearing aid strapped to your chest generates
a unique set of challenges. Cece Bell, author of
, recounts her experiences as a Hard of Hearing student in public school: fielding
questions about the cords framing her face, and her inability to clearly hear
her instructors the way she used to.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for #MotivationInTheMedia, where we at
Office of Accessibility Services
share stories about how disability-related issues are featured in media, such as
books, movies, the news and music.