Today Beacon Press takes part in the international conversation highlighting stories of people with disabilities. In honor of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the ADA, we present two disability stories: one from Terry Galloway, the other from Suzanne Kamata. *** Hearing's...
Terry Galloway's wickedly hilarious memoir is now available in audiobook.
Terry Galloway talks about her cochlear implant surgery and how it felt to hear her mother's voice for the first time in 51 years.
In an excerpt from her book, Terry Galloway discusses lip-reading, special education, and being Little-d deaf.
Terry Galloway talks about how her life may or may not change when her hearing is restored.
Terry Galloway talks about how she decided to get a surgery that could potentially restore the hearing she lost when she was a child.