About LittleMissWhispers

Hello and thank you for visiting LittleMissWhispers. My name is Arti, born with Treacher Collins Syndrome (TCS) and a moderate hearing loss into a loving family. I was raised in a quiet town by my superhero parents and elder sister, in England where I currently live.

From experience, I’ve known what it’s like to search for answers and discover that you’re not alone. It gives me great pleasure to offer some comfort to parents/carers/professionals through sharing my experience. For people born with hearing loss, or for families who’ve had an unexpected introduction into the world of deafness and/or TCS, I hope LittleMissWhispers answers a few of your questions.

LittleMissWhispers is about my experience of Treacher Collins Syndrome, Hearing Loss and Bone Anchored Hearing Aids and any relating issues.

I am committed to raising awareness of the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid Systems and Treacher Collins Syndrome. I aim to research and report any stories with content of interest.

I want this blog to be a two-way form of communication, so please leave your stories, comments and feedback.

Please note, I am not affiliated with any organisation, and all views are my own.
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7 thoughts on “About LittleMissWhispers

  1. Hi Arti, came in contact with you this week via Twitter. I just read some of your posts. Great idea to share your thoughts and experiences! I’m certain that this will help other people on their way to a bone anchored hearing device.
    Like i told you: don’t hesitate to contact me if you or one of your followers got a question on BCDs
    Best Regards!
    Jan Leder

  2. Hello!
    I’ve only just come across your blog, I’m 26 and wear bilateral BAHAs. I’m also an audiologist!
    Young adults who wear hearing aids is an area I have a massive interest in and I’m always banging on about how there should be more info available etc etc. It’s so nice to read your blog and see some similarities on our lives and our thoughts!
    Just thought I’d leave you a message to say how good this is and I will definitely be telling young patients to have a read!

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