Category Archives: Unilateral Hearing Loss

My Unilateral World; Hearing with One Ear

By Lisa Cable I was born with a unilateral, profound hearing loss. While the specific cause of my hearing loss has never been determined, it is clear that it’s genetic. My mother’s brother, mother & grandmother were all the same as me. … Continue reading 

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Dennis’ Story

My name is Shannon and our son’s name is Dennis. We are from the aboriginal community of Bella Bella(Heiltsuk), in the North Central Coast of British Columbia. You can reach us, 300 kilometres northwest of Vancouver, by air or ferry. … Continue reading 

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What’s so special about Unilateral Hearing Loss?

When your child has unilateral hearing loss, it can sometimes feel like the resources and services out there in the deaf/hard of hearing world don’t exactly fit.  Many people who grow up with unilateral hearing loss don’t even consider themselves … Continue reading 

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Living with Hearing Loss in One Ear

I am 63 years old, and have a thirteen year old grandson who ishard of hearing. I first noticed my hearing loss in 1990, when I was 44 years old. I was staying the night at a friend’s house, and … Continue reading 

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