Blogging about hearing loss

In the United States, hearing loss to some degree affects 20 percent of the overall populace, or 48 million individuals. On average, then, one out of every five people you meet may have hearing loss.

For those of you who seriously want to have an understanding of the condition—or that deal with hearing loss themselves and would like some personal perspective—there’s no greater resource than gaining knowledge from those presently living with diminished hearing.

Below is our list of the leading personal blogs on life with hearing loss.

Speak Up Librarian

Sarah, the author behind the blog, is a librarian desiring to create a more accessible, communication-friendly world. In her blog, she recounts her experience of coming to terms with hearing loss and adjusting to life with hearing aids. Making use of humor and personal stories, her goal is that people can discover more about hearing loss while benefiting from some of the resources she’s discovered throughout the years.

Top Posts

My Last Day of Blissful Ignorance or How It All Began

Speak Up Librarian is Born

A Whole New World

Grand Piano Passion

Grand Piano Passion is “an online oasis of articles, essays, and original videos for studying the piano as an adult, making music despite hearing loss, and claiming your passion, whatever it may be.”

Top Posts

Veteran Plays Piano Despite Suicide Bomber Attack

Top 5 Tips for Wearing Hearing Aids and Making Music

Hearing Health Affirmations from a Singer

Hear 2 Work

This blog is devoted to helping people to cope with hearing loss in the workplace. Tracey, the writer of Hear 2 Work, has been on the job with growing hearing loss for the past 20 years. Along the way, she’s discovered numerous tips that she’s passing on to her followers.

Top Posts

Disclosing your hearing loss at work

Tips on managing phones

Lorraine Gailey: Supporting adults with hearing loss

Living With Hearing Loss

Shari Eberts, the author of Living With Hearing Loss, is a hearing health advocate, regularly writing and speaking on the matter and seeking to put a stop to the stigma associated with hearing loss and using hearing aids.

She established the blog to serve as an outlet for her own experiences with hearing loss as well as to establish a network for people coping with comparable problems.

Top Posts

Hearing Loss – Know The Facts

Shouldn’t There Be A Law Against Second-Hand Noise?

Breaking the Stigma of Hearing Loss – The Who, What, Why and How

The Invisible Disability and Me

The Invisible Disability and Me is a blog about the author’s own experiences with significant hearing loss. The blog attempts to raise awareness of hearing loss, describe how to spot the early symptoms, and reveal the charities and organizations that can help.

Top Posts

Coping with Silence

My Hearing Loss Journey

The Effects of Hearing Loss


What did we miss? If you have any personal blogs or hearing-related websites you’d like to recommend, include them in a comment below.

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