Caroline Clark’s brief but spectacular take on deafness
Clip: 02/07/2019 | 4m 18s | Video has closed captioning.
Caroline Clark was diagnosed as deaf at the age of two. Born into a hearing family, she reflects on her relationship to words and how she turned to technology to help her speak. Clark now works with the Baker Institute, providing speech therapy for children, and offers her brief but spectacular take on being deaf.
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