Just as the name suggests, Speak Up is all about advocating hearing loss issues, from accommodations, in university, mask wearing, public accessibility while sharing personal stories in between.
Today, the team discuss the importance of accommodations in university. From high school transition to lack of accommodations in university and much more!
Today, the team interviews Le Peng Tee, the founder of the CI Project, a platform where CI users get a chance to connect and share their stories, promoting self-acceptance.
Today, the team discuss what is like to live during a pandemic with hearing loss, by arguing why clear masks are so important to the hearing loss community.
Today, the team returns to the issue of accessibility, but this time looking at public spaces, such as transportation, and theatres, and determine how accessible Canada is.
Today, the team interviews comedian, producer and this year’s YAN summer camp’s moderator, Abby Stonehouse to discuss the importance of accessible shows.
Today, the team bid their farewells to CHHA by going over their favorite memories, share their funny stories, and what they look forward in the future.