Man with progressive sight and hearing loss finds healing through pottery

Kelvin Crosby and Natalie Harding, the duo behind the DeafBlind Potter, want to not only educate about deaf-blindness, but also encourage people to go live beyond their challenges.
2:36 | 04/18/21

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I am to death line partner the journey of my deaf blind and taking the region some in my darkest moments. I realized. Yes I have limited immunity challenge in the game and I have to continue to move. I am the death line potter. I get a lot of comments questioning my deaf blind so I wanted she shared with you. What deaf blindness mean I a year with new needs and seen anything like looking through lax feet. During the middle of a soccer game when I was thirteen and lights on the field when and I noted I cannot sleep. I don't think. Didn't back him when there's something here a special. Place. There's viewing hand you feel that Clinton. Yeah how molded. You know how amazing Maclean news in my hand. Salute you all you know like he sees you through one of the questions that people even after he and how. If you want him to use news content who's commenting Graffanino. In videos are yes. And dining music this peaceful some hands on it waters wash my face with you on it and realize that race here in the end. If you were looking at the potter trio the way UC and this is what I would see. Another example of what UST in the studio. And this is what I see. My hope for the challenges that we continue to be able to educate people. About financed mean continues to be able to. Educate people on what they themselves able to. She made me realize. We're on a mission. Not only can lead in this. So how often potter years but just so people on that being cantonment. Peak hours.

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