Tag Archives: usher syndrome

“It’s too dark”

Time changes everything, sometimes more quickly than we’d like.  When you know what’s coming, you should be prepared for it, right?  The time table we were given just doesn’t make sense, it wasn’t accurate.  In the beginning, when we were absorbing information as fast as we possibly could, we held onto every word that every […]

Find Your One

Did you know you have the potential to change the world?  It starts with finding your one, and I want to tell you about how I found my one and how that led me to create a not for profit called, Adapt the World Labs. I am the dad of two beautiful children, one who was born with […]

Because Of You

It’s nearing the end of our Early Intervention journey, and it’s all so bittersweet.  As much as I won’t miss having to make sure my house is (somewhat) clean every day, having people in and out, rushing everywhere………. Once the dust settles, I am going to miss the relationships that Rebecca and myself have made […]

The future of Cochlear implants?

  I found this great article on Hack A Day about some research being done to enhance the quality of sound from Cochlear Implants with a method using light.  Current solutions relay on electrical stimulus and only a small number of electrodes can be used at one time.  This is because electrical signals are difficult […]

2nd Annual Team Becca Fundraiser

Another great time was had at the 2nd Annual “Team Becca” Fundraiser!  The amount of raffle items and the quality of the raffle items was just unbelievable!!  So many amazing people and businesses donated some incredibly awesome raffle prizes, and we are so grateful!!  Ken from KJ Tunes did another great job of keeping the dance […]

An Energizing Meeting

  On Tuesday the 31st I made a trip up to the Perkins school for the blind in Watertown to meet with a couple of the staff there and show them the BecDot, a braille educational toy I am developing to help provide access to blind and visually impaired people ( more on the device […]

Tough words to hear, “Legally Blind”

So as it turns out, my assumptions at story-time were correct.   We went to Perkins School for the Blind last week for a visual assessment, and the results were not what we had hoped for.  We were told that Rebecca’s visual acuity is 20/190+ and that she is right on the fence of being legally […]