New Zealander tattooed himself in solidarity with his 6-year-old deaf daughter
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New Zealander Alistair Campbell decided to help his daughter Charlotte with cochlear implants (something like a hearing aid) by getting a tattoo with exactly the same ones on his head. Charlotte has very poor hearing and had her first implant when she was only four years old.
Alistair shaved his head and got a tattoo - and he has no other tattoos. Going forward, he plans to grow his hair out and shave his head for special occasions — or if Charlotte asks him to.
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6. Alistair is not the only one who got such a tattoo to support his daughter.
Keywords: Deafness | Daughter | Tattoos
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