Once upon a time there was a young prince named Serhu.
He was the son of a king who found himself without a kingdom, following a revolt of his people.
The prince was born when the kingdom of Retinitis was at the height of its splendor, but a few years after his birth, a severe famine had brought misery among the people, so that it looked like a blanket of darkness had enveloped all spirits and all things.
The prince grew up without knowing the noble blood flowing through his veins, that nothing made him think of being different from his other friends, who, like him, had to struggle for survival, trying to earn every day something to eat and a few pieces of wood to warm the winter nights.
Although Serhu did not know that his fate could be that of a prince, his character was that of a man, however brave and combative, and soon distinguished himself from all others for some unusual magical power.
One day he picked up a branch of a tree, perfectly straight, with no blemishes or other ramifications. Read
Being disabled means a big responsibility with yourself. You never stop to measure with the future and with others, with yourpossibilities but also your limits. Read
As we talk we don’t pay attention to the synonyms of our language and we use them almost carelessly. Apparently. Read
All deaf and hearing impaired people know that choosing a hearing aid is not simple.
It ‘s such a personal hig-tech device that two individuals with the same audiogram may find benefit from two very different hearing aids for the type of sound response provided.
In fact hearing ss not only a matter of decibels and deficit but also of feeling and there is no digital system that can measure this unambiguously.
However, if you could spend a lot of words on how to choose a hearing aid, for the moment we leave to the specialists the arduous task of leading the purchase, of a hearing aid and focus just on one aspect that might influence the choice of a device.
On the wake of an article previously published on Noisyvision, we point out again the embarace linked to the use of hearing aids, to see what has been done in recent years to give these objects an appeal that can position them differently on the market, in the same way of the glasses, visual prostheses now accepted as part of fashion trends.
Meanwhile the Americans have already found him a name, an acronym, PCA -Personal Communication Aids, while the Swiss Phonak may got inspired by the Swatch to implement the color palette of a product that has always been skin color . These models belong to the Phonak Audeo, who has received several awards for design. Read
• A Day of A Deaf Blind Person Read
When it comes to finding information in general, most people use the internet. Of course, it also applies to search for news, treatments, people associated with the diseases, in this case of Usher syndrome.
If, as explained in a previous article, internet users use Facebook for an exchange of information and a quick confrontatio, we wish to point out the best web pages for those who want to integrate into the global Usher community, more from a virtually human point of view, rather than the purely scientific and medical ones.
The web pages listed here, in fact, are blogs, poems and stories of people who have to do with Usher Syndrome personally
The research was done obviously through the web, but fails to overcome the language barriers of Noisyvision editors who can not find pages in languages other than English, Italian, Spanish.
Who knows if out there in the WWW there is some good story in Turkish, Russian, Greek.We’d Read
Those who wear hearing aids know that. Children feel different, the only ones in the class to have something behind the ears. Read
NoisyVision is a non-profit organization that helps people share resources and skills to improve the quality of life and the inclusion of those who have visual or hearing limitations. Read
Some time ago I came across a video where a deafblind lady makes some interesting considerations associated with visual and hearing disabilities, pointing out how expensive it is to be deafblind. Read