Life After Deaf: The Hidden Disability of Hearing Loss by Katherine Bouton
For 22 years, Katherine Bouton had a secret: She had gone profoundly deaf in her left ear, her right was getting worse, and she couldn’t hear what her New York Times colleagues were saying at news meetings.
In her book Shouting Won’t Help, Bouton uses her experience as a guide to examine the challenges personally, psychologically, and physiologically, capturing what it’s like to live with an invisible disability—and offering a prescription for this increasing problem.
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