DeafBlind doesn't mean totally deaf and totally blind. Imagine if part of your hearing and vision was reduced just enough to make social situations just a little more difficult? This article shares my experience as a deafblind in a Hearing-Sighted world

Can You Help Me Now?

Looking to learn how you can interact with people who have a disability (or more than one!)? Then you’ve come to the right place.

I am a partially deafblind lady who loves to help people learn the best way they can interact and help people with disabilities. There’s no such thing as a stupid question, though there are rude questions with malecontent intentions, so feel free to reach out to me and ask! I am also available for consultation, whether its for personal or professional reasons. Then we can chat about some personalized strategies you can use to try when you are with the person who has a disability.

Here are some books you can read, the first one is available for order, Can You See Me Now? The second, Can You Hear Me Now? is currently on pre-order and released on June 30. The third is Do You Feel Me Now?

More books are forthcoming after the third book! Be sure to subscribe to my mailing list to get the latest updates on Can You Help Me Now?, tips, and news in the disability community. You can also follow me on Facebook at and Instagram: @Koh.nen

Learn strategies on how you can be an effective guide to the blind and visually impaired and make friends with them. The book is available everywhere.

Find out how you can communicate with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, help them understand the sounds around them, and make deaf friends.

PRE-ORDER on Amazon - Releases Dec 31, 2021 everywhere

Reach in and touch the person who can’t see or hear, and communicate with them, and make a strong relationship with a deafblind today.

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More to Come!

Other books in the series planned: Autism, Wheelchair User, TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), Epilepsy, and more. Do you want to see other disabilities you want me to cover? Reach out and write me today.