10 year old Zoe talks to her mom Mia about the choice to get cochlear implants so she could hear.
Abigail and her parents talk about their feelings, emotions and fears around her hearing loss journey.
Sarah and Angel are both mothers of children with hearing loss. They ask each other questions their experiences raising deaf children.
When teenager Reagan failed her newborn screening, her mom had many fears. 15 years later, they reflect on what her life has been like.
John, an attorney with theUS Department of Justice, speaks of his experience being deaf since age four.
Catharine shares her hearing loss journey, which began at 8 months of age, and talks about all the opportunities deaf children have now.
Meredith talks about her experience as a mother of five, including one son born with hearing loss.
James, a descendant of Alexander Graham Bell, talks about following in his great, great grandfather’s footsteps.
Retired educators Joe and Don talk about the strides made in deaf education in this country in the past decades.
Certified audiologist, speech language pathologist and LSLS certified auditory verbal therapist, Jane talks about her 50-year tenure in this field.
President of the Alexander and Mabel Bell Foundation, Sara shares stories of the history of AG Bell.
A librarian born profoundly deaf, David reflects on his life-long journey with hearing loss and his personal experience with Helen Beebe.
Born deaf, Tilak, now a professor of biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University, talks about his research on understanding deafness.
Now a senior, Mildred, who has been deaf her whole life, talks about creating a fund to help deaf children receive the schooling they need.
Born with hearing loss in 1963 in the midst of a rubella epidemic, Mike talks about the milestones in deaf education over the years.
A teacher of the deaf for her entire career, Marjorie talks about discovering the AG Bell approach to language learning through hearing.
LaFawn talks about raising two daughters with hearing loss and what she learned.
Having lost his hearing to meningitis at 20 months old, Ken talks about the early innovations in auditory verbal learning he experienced.
Now principal of the hearing impaired program in Bergen County, Kathleen and brother were both born deaf and she shares their journey.