- Published on 21 January 2020
The hearing aid giant, Starkey, has provided a $15,000 donation to a number of charities working to bring aid and relief to areas of Australia and local wildlife affected by the country's devastating bushfires.
- Published on 12 January 2020
Millions of words are written on how we fix our hearing, but what about our focus on the wonder of the information our ears receive when we truly listen? Audio Infos UK magazine has a new, inspiring column—Hark!—that explores sonic fascinations and the joys of hearing.
- Published on 05 January 2020
Joss Kendrick is 18-inches tall. She surfs, she cheerleads, and she wears a hearing aid. She is 2020 Girl of the Year, a doll launched by the famous Mattel firm, which just decided that the hippest thing for kids is going to be inclusion of people with disabilities.
- Published on 12 December 2019
The Austria-based global cochlear implant firm MED-EL has launched its third annual children's competiton to test the ingenuity of young minds in the hearing sphere. Entries close at midnight on Friday 17 January 2020.
- Published on 30 November 2019
A pioneering recent study among Northern Territory (NT) aboriginal children in Australia has shown that preventable hearing impairment is negatively impacting their first years of primary school attendance.
- Published on 26 November 2019
The 2019 Oticon Focus on People (FOP) Awards has honoured 13 people for their roles in showing that hearing loss does not limit a person's ability to live a full, productive, and inspiring life.
- Published on 05 November 2019
A drive to increase sign language skills ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games has seen interest tripled in learning to communicate with deaf visitors through the pidgin system International Sign.
- Published on 01 November 2019
Professor Laura Viani, the founder of Ireland's National Cochlear Implant Programme has become the first winner of the new Cpl World-Class Talent Award.
- Published on 22 October 2019
US veterans in need of cochlear implant (CI) care face daunting journeys to far-flung centres, with 20% of hearing-affected ex-military needing to travel over 200 miles (320km) for specialist appointments.
- Published on 17 October 2019
Plastic cotton buds—for long used inadvisably for ear cleaning—have been banned by the Scottish Parliament.