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Good evening everybody! It’s so good to be here tonight. Last summer I had requested for new hearing aids from Beltone. They worked terrible, so I had them returned. Later my regular audiologist ordered a new pair of Phonak hearing aids for me. I had no idea how that would turn out due to my bad experience with the Beltone hearing aids. Believe me, I will never go back to Beltone, their hearing aids were awful. When I went to see my audiologist, he tested these new hearing aids on a machine hooked up to a computer. We had to pick out the level of the sound that I was comfortable with.
A few weeks later, I received a check given to me by my Empire Plan Insurance company. Happily I paid my audiologist the 3,000 dollars from my insurance company. That covered my hearing aids and my new ear molds, plus the batteries. So I didn’t have to pay a dime. You could say I got them free. Boy I was lucky. Then I tried them on and they were very comfortable with the ear molds. I was very happy. These are much better than my old ones. I was hearing some sounds I never heard before in my entire life! So that is amazing. These are really good hearing aids.
I was really very impressed by the progress being made in the NFTA meeting. There was so much new information at the last one in March. I was glad that the staff has been listening to my ideas and using some of them. They do record everything I say, and then it is written into an agenda for everyone to read. So I just received the meeting agenda for March 28th, 2013 and it was well done.
One of the things the agenda states is that deaf travelers can email TSA-ContactCenter@dhs.gov regarding questions when traveling at airports. People with disabilities or who need extra assistance in the Buffalo airport can can call TSA at 1-855-787-2227, 72 hours in advance. At the airport, TSA now has Passenger Support Specialists(PSS).
Towards the end of the meeting we discussed problems for the deaf on the train. I was telling them about how I can’t hear the announcements and they are not closed captioned. I was very impressed with Todd describing to the NFTA staff with what the deaf riders goes through not knowing what is going on. He was excellent at explaining to everyone about some of the problems I experienced on the train not being able to hear. It made me feel happy that someone in the meeting understood how I felt when I could not hear or understand the announcements being made. So I’d like to thank Todd, the guy in the wheelchair for helping me at this point. He made it clearer to the people in the meeting what the deaf riders need when traveling on trains. I will be attending the next meeting in April and will keep you updated.
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Alexis Bonari writes for one of the largest open databases of college funding opportunities. Specific topics like student grants are described in detail to provide multiple resources for students. Her personal website is http://www.collegescholarships.org/ Here is her article on how to get in shape.
How to Get in Shape When You Hate Exercise
You know you need to exercise, but you just can’t muster the motivation. You keep hearing people tell you how “amazing” they feel after exercising and how much energy it gives them, but every time you try to work out, you end up doubled over and gasping for air after only 10 minutes. You’re grabbing your side from pain and all you want to do is crawl under the covers and take a nap.
Not everyone loves exercise. Even those who do may have found it to be a long courtship. When you’re body’s not used to doing exercise, it will take some time for it to get used to the activity and to start reaping the benefits, such as increased energy and elevated mood. In the meantime, you either have to fake it until you make it, or you have to find other ways to sneak in exercise without it feeling like you’re exercising. Here are a few ideas:
Do Something Fun with Friends
Any activity seems to go by a little faster when you’re having fun, and who better to have fun with than your friends? Plan a meet up to do something low-key where you can exercise while socializing. You might take a walk in the park, go to a yoga class, or even head out for a night of dancing. Whatever you do, the key is to find something that will get you moving and that will allow you to have fun!
Do Something You Like Doing Anyway
Have you heard that expression “find something you love to do and you’ll never work a day in your life?” The same is true for exercise. If there is something you love to do that is physical, you won’t feel like you’re exercising when you’re doing it. This can be dancing with your sweetie. Or it can be playing a vigorous game of tag with your kids. Or maybe it’s playing in the weekend softball league with your company.
Again, the key is to simply have fun. Find something you love to do that gets you moving, and do it often.
Perform Projects around the House
Raking the leaves, weeding the garden, painting the pantry. These are all jobs that can get you working up a sweat and building your muscles. They are also jobs that have to get done, so you can’t avoid doing them because the thought of “exercise” makes you want to curl up in front of the TV with a pint of Ben and Jerry’s.
Look for other projects around the house that have to get done, and make it your mission to complete them a little at a time every day. You’ll get the exercise you need, and you’ll have a house that you’ll be proud to call home.
Add Little Bits of Activity Into Your Day
The thought of going to the gym to work out for an hour can be unappealing even to those who enjoy exercise. Instead of setting out a chunk of time to exercise, just focus on adding more activity throughout your day. Studies have shown that smaller bits of exercise are just as effective as longer stretches. So three 10-minute walks are just as effective as one 30-minute walk.
Take short breaks and go for a walk around your block. Walk up and down the stairs a couple of times on your lunch break. Ride a bike to the market if it’s close instead of taking your car. The more things like this you do, the more activity you will get throughout your day.
Getting in shape doesn’t have to be hard. Whether you like exercise or you can’t stand it, you can easily get the healthy activity you need by following these simple tips.
How do you fit more exercise into your day? Share your tips in the comments!
Thursday, March 28th, I made my third attendance at the NFTA meeting. I had no clue what was going to happen when I was there that time. When I got to the meeting room, it was packed. Thank god there was an empty chair for me to sit in. There was another girl in a wheelchair that was partly deaf there. It was nice to see her again too. She was just starting to learn to speak sign language. This time I decided not to be a chatterbox and to try to listen to what every one else was saying.
While I was there I noticed these people didn’t bring up stuff regarding deaf people. The only time they seemed to mention the deaf society was whenever I was talking about it. Other than that they would be discussing everything else. The meeting wasn’t about me anyway. Who am I to think that, so it’s okay. I was just there to listen, and I tried to keep my mouth closed. Last time I felt I took over the meeting by talking non- stop. So I did my best to stay silent.
This time I managed to stay quiet for about 15 minutes. By then I couldn’t wait any longer to say what I had to say. Come on I wasn’t trying to be a show off. There was just some things I had to get off my chest. They weren’t talking about deaf people, so I interrupted and started a whole new topic. I had no clue what they were talking about before. It doesn’t matter, they all knew I was deaf. What I was saying must have been off the point, of what they were discussing. Since I was deaf, I can get away with it.
I made my announcement finally. I told the NFTA staff, the directors of NFTA and whoever else was there to go and learn some sign language. The top people who worked for NFTA that I never seen before looked at me. So I told them you can go look on YouTube and learn it for free. They just nodded, like okay. Did you know that everything everyone says at the meeting gets recorded? Well I knew I was being recorded word by word. So I had to watch what I was saying. It seems like I was telling some jokes at the meeting also. Well that’s a good thing. The girl in the wheelchair that was partly deaf looked at me in surprise. I just think It would help the deaf customers if more people would make an effort to learn how to sign a few words. So that was my speech at the NFTA meeting. It probably had nothing to do with what they were discussing, but so what. I said what I had to say.