- Published on 13 October 2015
Losing the ability to communicate through hearing loss is one of least recognised public health issues of our time, storing up a crisis for our health service.
- Published on 12 October 2015
121 hospitals in the country have been identified to provide cochlear implant services under the Assistance to Disabled Persons (ADIP) program.
- Published on 24 September 2015
The Hear the World Foundation announced today the support of a new celebrity ambassador: Brazilian superstar Gilberto Gil is now championing the cause of the non-profit foundation.
- Published on 04 September 2015
A New Zealand man recently got a tattoo resembling a cochlear implant on the side of his head to make his daughter feel more included after she received her second implant.
- Published on 18 August 2015
Action on Hearing Loss has launched a campaign calling on the government to require catch-up TV to offer subtitles.
- Published on 31 July 2015
Australian cricket star Brett Lee has teamed up with Cochlear Ltd. to raise awareness of the medical, social and economic impact hearing loss can have on affected people and their families.
- Published on 28 July 2015
The transport network company Uber, which connects drivers and users via smart phones, has called on the New Zealand Transport Agency to revise its rules on restricting deaf and hearing impaired people from driving taxis.