New and Improved DeafandHoH.com Launching in February 2020
Senthil Srinivasan, Founder of the DeafandHoH website in 2008, continues his campaign to spread awareness of hearing loss issues affecting the world today. In addition, he is currently planning to sell products online for those who are deaf and/or hard of hearing via online sources.
Having been online for the better part of 15 years, the DeafandHoH website is a reliable source for those dealing with hearing loss, providing not only news regarding the condition, but also resources and assistance for those afflicted. In recent months, Senthil Srinivasan (the founder of DeafandHoH) as well as the developers of the website have been working on an updated version of the site. This new and improved website will be hosted on an improved platform that is much more streamlined and intuitive than the previous version, working exceptionally well on mobile platforms, while maintaining the traditional formatting of the previous website to maintain coherence between them.
In addition, Srinivasan plans to further assist the deaf/hard of hearing community by selling various products on the new website in an easy to access inventory. The new website also contains improved listings for DeafandHoH’s nationwide directory services, which lists helpful resources such as audiologists, hearing care facilities, speech language pathologists, and schools for the deaf and hard of hearing. Hopefully, these new assets will benefit readers of the website and help improve the lives of people around the world.
DeafandHoH.com is also rapidly expanding on social media, currently having over 15,000 members in its Facebook community and counting. As a result, the developers of the website are working harder than ever to create an improved, intuitive website which can serve them as best as possible to meet their needs. You can join the DeafandHoH Facebook community at www.facebook.com/DeafandHoH
Finally, DeafandHoH is planning on bringing back their popular Open Chat Night feature, which can allow Deaf and Hard of Hearing people communicate quickly and efficiently from around the world, and talk about their interests. The website is currently in the process of setting up an new, easy to use chat room which can host the event. Open Chat Night is set to take place later in 2020.