"I feel like I'm able to participate in my own life the way I choose to, and I think that's the way to live."

- Mary Grace, Cochlear™ implant recipient, USA

Mary Grace learns to swim at 68 years old

Mary Grace is no stranger to hearing loss. She got her first Cochlear implant in 2005 and her second just a few years ago.

She says hearing again not only made her feel part of conversations and better connected to her grandson; it also gave her the courage to fulfil a life-long dream.

As Mary Grace approached her 68th birthday, she decided it was finally time to learn how to swim.

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