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Rebecca Toft’s Cochlear Implant Experience

My Experience Of Having A Cochlear Implant.

If i didn’t have a cochlear implant, i wouldn’t even know the meaning of sound.

It all happened when i was born, when my parents was told that i failed my hearing screening at hospital. For the past of two years, i was unable to hear anything, not even voices of my parents and siblings. My parents did try and get me some hearing aids. However they wasn’t powerful enough and didnt work for me. some months went past…

On a random day, my parents received a phone call, from a doctor. Saying that there was a chance for me to hear for the first time… by having a cochlear implant. My parents was so relived and was   in joy of tears, knowing that one day i would able to hear their voices.

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Shack of Hope!

Welcome to Shack of Hope Blog!

Our website ShackofHope.org is currently redirecting to this blog, as soon as the website is finished you will be notified.

Shack of Hope is an online based team of volunteers aiming at developing our world, especially deaf-mute community and children.

We also blog about Animal Aid Egypt (AAE) and animals welfare as well as programming and electronics.

We are looking for volunteers who know Sign-Language or want to learn Sign-Language, as well as volunteers who would be able to maintain this blog.

Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/shackofhope

Have a Good Day!

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