People Who Are Hard of Hearing The Invisible Disability
With the sounds of her native Brooklyn, New York in the background Accessibility advocate Janice Lintz tells her story of how she has used eternal vigilance to make sure people who are hard of hearing the invisible disability have access to information that everyone else has. She is a passionate and accomplished consultant/advocate across the hearing advocacy and related political spectrum. She effects change and implements creative solutions across organizational and geographic boundaries. Janice is the “go-to” person on matters relating to access for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Janice is the CEO of Hearing Access & Innovations. Hearing Access & Innovations is the only business in the world that helps the world’s corporations, cultural and entertainment institutions. In addition HAI helps the over 480 million people worldwide with hearing loss. HAI has established or enhanced hearing access programs at over 100 international organizations, including:
The American Museum of Natural History, Apple, Association of National Advertisers, Cunard, Delta, Disney, Graceland, Heinz History Center, Lincoln Center, Marriott, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, NBC Universal, NFL, NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission, NYC Transit, The New York Times, Yankee Stadium, and The Wall Street Journal. All of this effort so that people who are hard of hearing the invisible disability can be helped.
Accessibility Advocate Janice Lintz is also a Consumer Education/Travel writer. Her articles appeared in Forbes, Forbes Africa, Yahoo Travel, Medium, Thrive Global, Huffington Post, and The Outdoor Journal. Condé Nast Traveler, Departures, Travel + Leisure, Consumer Reports, Bustle, Southern Living, Reader’s Digest, Good Housekeeping, NPR, Fox Business, and msn.com are among the many media outlets quoting Janice. She visited 139+2/193+2 UN countries and 194/329 TCC destinations.