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SAN DIEGO (AP) — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move That has spurred a slew of startups making masks with plastic windows to show one's mouth The companies are getting inundated with orders from family and friends of deaf people people helping English learners see the pronunciation of words and even hospitals that want their patients to be able to see smiles

Face masks with windows mean more than smiles to deaf

2020/6/11That has spurred a slew of startups making masks with plastic windows to show one's mouth The companies are getting inundated with orders from family and friends of deaf people people helping English learners see the pronunciation of words and even hospitals that want their patients to be able to see smiles

2020/6/11That has spurred a slew of startups making masks with plastic windows to show one's mouth The companies are getting inundated with orders from family and friends of deaf people people helping English learners see the pronunciation of words and even hospitals that want their patients to be able to see smiles

2020/6/11That has spurred a slew of startups making masks with plastic windows to show one's mouth The companies are getting inundated with orders from family and friends of deaf people people helping English learners see the pronunciation of words and even hospitals that want their patients to be able to see smiles

SAN DIEGO — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move

That has spurred a slew of startups making masks with plastic windows to show one's mouth The companies are getting inundated with orders from family and friends of deaf people people helping English learners see the pronunciation of words and even hospitals that want their patients to be able to see smiles

Face Masks With Windows Mean More Than Smiles to Deaf

2020/6/12Face Masks With Windows Mean More Than Smiles to Deaf People June 12 2020 June 12 2020 ASSOCIATED PRESS apparel coronavirus disability Michael Conley who is deaf smiles as he talks with others wearing windowed masks in San Diego last

2020/6/12SAN DIEGO (AP) — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move

Face Masks With Windows Mean More Than Smiles to Deaf People June 12 2020 June 12 2020 ASSOCIATED PRESS apparel coronavirus disability Michael Conley who is deaf smiles as he talks with others wearing windowed masks in San Diego last

2020/6/11SAN DIEGO — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move

2020/6/11SAN DIEGO — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move

Face masks with windows mean more than smiles to deaf people News by: JULIE WATSON Associated Press Posted: Jun 12 2020 / 01:36 AM EDT / Updated: Jun 12 2020 / 05:36 AM EDT In this June 3 2020 photo Chris LaZich of Fleet Science Center

2020/6/11SAN DIEGO — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move

Face Masks With Windows Mean More Than Smiles to

Face Masks With Windows Mean More Than Smiles to Deaf People June 12 2020 June 12 2020 ASSOCIATED PRESS apparel coronavirus disability Michael Conley who is deaf smiles as he talks with others wearing windowed masks in San Diego last

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Michael Conley felt especially isolated these past few months: A deaf man he was prevented from reading lips by the masks people wore to prevent the spread of COVID-19 But then he met Ingrid Helton a costume designer who sewed him a solution – masks with plastic windows for hearing people to wear allowing lip readers to see mouths move