To sign or not to sign? That’s the question facing deaf children
The invention of cochlear implants and other technologies have given many deaf and hard-of-hearing adults and children the option to hear. What, then, becomes of sign language?
When the world gets too loud—because of fireworks, or just to take a quiet break on the weekends—8-year-old Sophie knows what to do.
“When it’s really loud, I just take the magnet off,” she says.