NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly Talks About Living With Hearing Loss

From a Washington Post story by Katherine Ellison headlined “NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks about living with hearing loss”:

The ability to listen is essential for a journalist — and also for a mother of teenagers. Yet in her early 40s, while juggling both roles, veteran NPR journalist Mary Louise Kelly realized that she was going deaf. Kelly, now 51 and a co-host of NPR’s daily newsmagazine “All Things Considered,” writes about the toll of her hearing loss — and her strategies for coping — in a wide-ranging memoir set to publish in April: “It. Goes. So. Fast. The Year of No Do-Overs.”