- Published on 06 January 2017
The Trinidad and Tobago Association for the Hearing Impaired (TTAHI) has called on the country’s government to do more for deaf, hard-of-hearing, and differently-abled people.
- Published on 06 December 2016
ABC Birmingham, Alabama, recently reported on the sound levels of toys that should not be exceeded to ensure safety in terms of hearing.
- Published on 21 November 2016
The Hindustan Times, Mumbai, recently reported on a study by the Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay (IIT-B) which found that commuters in the city are subjected to noise levels of more than 90 decibels (dB).
- Published on 02 November 2016
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology, New York has been awarded a grant of over USD 440,000 to provide additional training for faculty who teach classes in which deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students are present.
- Published on 25 October 2016
At an award ceremony held recently in Børssalen (Denmark), Isara, a startup from Indonesia, was nominated the overall winner of the 2016 University Startup World Cup.
- Published on 24 October 2016
The Greeley Tribune, Colorado (USA) recently reported on the story of Mandy Harvey, a jazz singer with hearing loss who is able to sing from memory, from a time when she could hear.
- Published on 17 October 2016
Sonova has won a total of three awards at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards, the global festival for corporate films.
- Published on 14 October 2016
The Malay Mail recently reported on the unusual village of Bengkala on the Indonesian island of Bali, where a high number of inhabitants are deaf but are completely integrated in the community.
- Published on 26 September 2016
The Wichita Eagle recently reported on sound levels at an entertainment venue during a music concert and the possible related risks, after their journalist recorded noise with a smartphone app.