Amy Sargent has written a book for those who have lost their hearing as adults. She lost her hearing at age 27 and now, 15 years later, wants to help others facing what she faced. Sargent had to give up her career in broadcasting, but the change opened up other doors for her. She learned to sign, wear hearing aids and start a new career as a teacher in Rochester , New York. She started a campaign against the stigma attached to wearing hearing aids and cochlear implants called Flaunt Your Bits & Pieces. You can find out more about her book titled A Survival Guide for New Deafies here.