Highly recommended. -- Library JournalBridges the gap between the silent and the hearing worlds. -- Publishers WeeklyIn her autobiography Seeds of Disquiet, Cheryl Heppner writes of experiencing severe hearing loss -- twice. Spinal meningitis caused a profound loss of hearing when she was six, and for the next 18 years she worked hard to live the life of a normal hearing person. Through exhaustive work in speech therapy and speechreading, she excelled in school and college, performing Herculean feats without the assistance ...

Seeds of Disquiet 1992, Gallaudet University Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781563680168

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