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As someone who is deaf/hard of hearing, the host Ahmed Khalifa has created the Hear Me Out! [CC] Podcast to interview people in and around the d/Deaf community who have amazing stories to share with you. Even though some of the guests may have a more severe hearing loss than others, Ahmed will still interview them and also provide transcripts for those who prefer to read the discussion. If you have any questions, feel free to email Ahmed at hello@hearmeoutcc.com, and enjoy the show.

The Hear Me Out! [CC] Podcas‪t‬ Ahmed Khalifa

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As someone who is deaf/hard of hearing, the host Ahmed Khalifa has created the Hear Me Out! [CC] Podcast to interview people in and around the d/Deaf community who have amazing stories to share with you. Even though some of the guests may have a more severe hearing loss than others, Ahmed will still interview them and also provide transcripts for those who prefer to read the discussion. If you have any questions, feel free to email Ahmed at hello@hearmeoutcc.com, and enjoy the show.

    How to make the most out of your audiology appointments & your audiologist?

    How to make the most out of your audiology appointments & your audiologist?

    As someone who has had countless audiology appointments for decades, it hasn't always been a smooth process. It's easier to blame the audiologist and the audiology department. But we as patients can also do our bit to make the experience a smooth one.

    • 14 min
    How audiologists can improve their relationships with deaf/hard of hearing patients?

    How audiologists can improve their relationships with deaf/hard of hearing patients?

    It is easy to assume that deaf and hard of hearing patients have smooth experiences with their audiologists. But that is not always the case, as *some* audiologists are ironically not as deaf-aware as we wish.

    • 15 min
    Why we should stop saying "hearing impaired" / "hearing impairment"?

    Why we should stop saying "hearing impaired" / "hearing impairment"?

    Even though there are various ways describing someone who have some kind of deafness, a common choice of phrasings is "hearing impaired/impairment". It's time we stop using those words, particularly as we tend to frown upon those phrases and there are better choices of words to choose from.

    • 8 min
    'Deaf U' Review: Has this deaf-led Netflix series made the right impact?

    'Deaf U' Review: Has this deaf-led Netflix series made the right impact?

    Released recently on Netflix is 'Deaf U'; a somewhat groundbreaking new series where the cast are entirely led by alums of Gallaudet University.

    • 12 min
    How to be awesome at creating, editing, structuring and uploading a transcript?

    How to be awesome at creating, editing, structuring and uploading a transcript?

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    • 12 min
    What non-verbal cues do I look out for as a deaf person during a conversation?

    What non-verbal cues do I look out for as a deaf person during a conversation?

    When having an oral conversation with another person, there are certain cues, clues and non-verbal communication methods that I watch out for to allow me to understand what's going on.

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

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7 Ratings

7 Ratings

The Deaf Traveller ,

An absolute must of a listen

I’ve had the privilege of working with Hear Me Out for one of his episodes. Since then, I’ve been listening to all of his episodes (while I’m travelling) and even as a deaf person, it’s been an education set through informative and personal discussions with his guests, about deafness and all aspects of life.

What’s more, I do feel like I’m sat round a table with them, drinking a cup of coffee, listening to the discussion at hand.

Well worth a listen!

Lewis639204625294 ,

Fab Podcast

Fab range of topics, loads of info and Ahmed is great. As someone who experienced sudden hearing loss it’s a great way to immerse myself in the issues. Keep up the good work!

MartinHunt ,

Great idea

Well done for Ahmed for putting together this awesome podcast. A lot of people are going to find this very helpful.

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