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Hearing Loss Community Member: Angie Fuoco

Get to know another hearing loss community member! Today, we are delighted to interview hearing loss community member Angie Fuoco.

Angie Fuoco is a member of the hearing loss community.
Angie is in the foreground. She's white with curly red hair, blue eyes and big smile. She has a black and white shirt on. Behind her is the outline of a city in the late evening.
Angie with her infectious smile.
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Hearing Loss Community Members: Terri Shirley

We’d like to invite you to get know some of our hearing loss community members. Why? Because they provide valuable resources and inspire us. Spreading hearing loss awareness is going to take a lot of us working together and as individuals. Connections in the community provide more resources and ways to get the word out.

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Quality Captions

With the Global Alliance of Speech to Text Quality Caption Task Force

Our guests today are:

  • Sebrina Crosby, CRC. Sebrina is a Realtime CART Captioner and owner of Access Captioning, LLC
  • Kimberly Shea, NCSP, CRC. Kimberley is a realtime broadcast/CART captioner and she is the President of Breaking Barriers Captioning Services, LLC.

Serbina and Kimberly volunteer with Global Alliance Speech to Text with the Quality Caption Task Force

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Attend a Hearing Loss Convention

Hearing Loss LIVE! went to the 2022 SayWhatClub (SWC) convention August 10th-13th in Nashville, Tennessee In this post about the convention, we hope to inspire you to attend a hearing loss convention yourself.

What does that mean? 
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Hearing Loss and Hearing Partners

Written by Julia Stepp

Is it only the person with hearing loss responsible for communication, or is it the hearing partner? The answer is, it’s both.

Communication is a two way street. Each person needs to do their part for true communication to happen.