How a Deaf Child Found Her Voice

Neighbours | 9:20 mins

Born deaf, Iffah only spoke her first words at the age of seven. Daily conversations were challenging for her, and she struggled to express everyday necessities like feeling hungry or using the toilet.

Now 11, she has finally found her voice. A student at Canossian School (Hearing Loss), which serves children with hearing impairment, Iffah and her family are supported by a team of educators, therapists and counselors at Canossaville. With their help both in school and at home, she found acceptance in a world she once thought she wasn’t part of.

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