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Asking for Access, Accepting Its Absence

“A bad hearing day due to any of a million reasons. But whatever the cause, we find the ‘access ask’ is too time and energy-consuming so, whether consciously or unconsciously, we let it slide. This can reduce our level of connection to the point where we may disengage completely. We’re just not up for it. It’s also easy to blame our retreat on those insensitive people who, once again, have left us out!”

Gael Hannan weighs in on the issues around getting access to the assistive equipment that we’re entitled to – and how important it can be to not have to ask for it.

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