My favourite Deaf/HOH related blogs!

June 15, 2015 § 2 Comments

We are introduced to this blogger today – and happy to re-blog her useful listing. CCAC has one mission – Inclusion of Quality Captioning Universally. At the same time, while captioning serves so many millions, the majority of our members and fans, followers, and friends have a hearing loss, are deafened, or deaf. Join the CCAC also – the more the better to #CaptiontheWolrd. Go to to learn more.
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Deafie Blogger

Before I started blogging, I only knew very few Deaf/HOH related blogs and ever since this and my Twitter page started, it opened a whole new door for me! After weeks of reading through blogs, posting on Facebook and Twitter, I have finally shortlisted my top ’20’ Deaf/HOH related blogs! Hope you’ll find something of interest to read.

So, I went from all these lovely blogs…

Deaf/HOH related blogs

…To my final 20!

#1 – Limping Chicken

My favourite place to check out all the latest deaf news and blogs, it’s the ‘most popular deaf blog in the world’!

Limping Chicken's Blog

#2 – Charlie Swinbourne

Deaf Journalist, Scriptwriter and Photographer… this blog is a fantastic insight into his life and I’m loving his award-winning short film! Have you seen it?

Charlie Swinbourne's Blog

#3 – Deaf Expressions

Although this blog is written in relation to ASL, it’s humorous and engaging! I can relate to a lot of things that…

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§ 2 Responses to My favourite Deaf/HOH related blogs!

  • Limping Chicken is well behind ATR (UK) with up to date news. It is also charity sponsored so not independent ATR is completely independent and, co-published a dual-language deaf blog for Wales (UK) too. Perhaps you should widen reading habits ? It’s still behind ATR at as ergards to viewing figures, does this mean ATR is more widely read ? People mix up ‘hits’ with actual reads too. OK LC has a better-looking editor !

    • ls says:

      Hello MM,
      Not sure anyone benefits from what looks like a negative comment – why not just say how wonderful you (think you) are?

      And the list was not a CCAC list – it was a re-blog from a UK person who seems also to share our goals, all of us.

      What does ATR stand for?

      We hope you support Captioning Advocacy. Long live our diversity!

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