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Summer's Story: Coming Of Age With The Cochlear Implant

27 minutes 26 seconds

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Summer Crider lost her hearing at age three and later received a cochlear implant at age six. Until age fifteen she was mainstreamed in a hearing world, but then she was exposed to the deaf community and entered Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. This is the story of a teenager's growing up in both hearing and deaf worlds.

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    Elizabeth B. (Atlanta, GA)
    September 30th, 2015 at 09:40 AM

    It was informative but concise. It was, as Summer had wanted, "a bridge between the deaf and hearing worlds".