- Published on 12 January 2021
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 brings another annual World Hearing Day, but this year’s event may boast more substance through the launch of a project to create global hearing databases.
- Published on 29 October 2020
Making your way in the highly skilled and competitive field of film animation isn't helped by being deprived of your hearing, but a young filmmaker born and raised in Delhi has overcome this obstacle to win international awards for his first work.
- Published on 02 September 2020
A two-week public voting period has begun to choose the first winners in a new technological innovation awards programme launched by the online audiology site Hearing Health and Technology Matters (HHTM).
- Published on 21 July 2020
Major construction outfits have teamed up with hearing tech developers to raise the benchmark for protecting workers against noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) on the UK's highest-profile building and engineering project.
- Published on 20 July 2020
The celebration of technological innovation and achievement in the hearing industry is behind a new awards programme launched by the independent online audiology site Hearing Health and Technology Matters (HHTM).
- Published on 16 July 2020
A rumoured Marvel casting call is driving speculation in the superhero cinema sphere that at least one new deaf mass-culture fantasy figure might soon be boosting awareness—in some fantastic way—of hearing loss.
- Published on 15 June 2020
Following the disappointment of the recent cancellation of the 2020 Deaf Cricket World Cup, participating teams have now set their sights on the rescheduled event, set for October 2021 in the United Arab Emirates.
- Published on 09 June 2020
The threat posed by lockdowns to the development and mental health of the UK's 45,000 deaf children has been highlighted by a featured open letter in The Guardian newspaper, signed by ten prominent hearing and paediatric health experts.
US speech-language-hearing group ASHA strengthens its message on racism, police brutality, and discrimination
- Published on 04 June 2020
In a gesture equivalent to taking a knee, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has admitted to falling short in its June 1 statement against racism and US police brutality, following up on June 9 with a strong message of condemnation and commitment.