The advantages of sign language in hearing loss
- Published on 28 November 2014
The Guardian recently published a comment article on how signing offers the deaf community an alternative language, culture, and social life.
Increasing public awareness of hearing loss in India
- Published on 14 November 2014
An intensive public awareness program on hearing loss called the Deaf-Free Telangana campaign has been launched in Telangana state, southern India.
St. Louis Central Institute for the Deaf: 100th anniversary
- Published on 31 October 2014
The St. Louis Central Institute for the Deaf (CID), a leader in teaching children who are deaf to listen, talk and read without using sign language, recently celebrated its 100th anniversary.
Supporting use of sign language in Singapore
- Published on 29 October 2014
According to a report by AsiaOne News, the Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf) says sign language still has an important role to play, as not all deaf people are suitable for speech therapy.
Cochlear Ltd. launches NYC hearing awareness initiative
- Published on 13 October 2014
An initiative aimed at educating the public about solutions beyond hearing aids has been launched by Cochlear Ltd. in New York City.
Amazing musical illusion that tests your ears
- Published on 08 October 2014
The Marie and Jack Shapiro Prize awarded today at the BTA conference
- Published on 23 September 2014
The prestigious Marie and Jack Shapiro Prize is awarded today at the charity’s 21st annual Conference in London.
New Zealand: call for increased funding for captioning
- Published on 10 September 2014
The Caption It NZ campaign has called for new legislation that will ensure people with hearing impairments also get a chance to enjoy full TV coverage of major events.
Hearing impaired baby hears his parents for the first time
- Published on 05 September 2014
Legislation for small number of deaf to serve in US Air Force
- Published on 21 August 2014
A lawmaker is advocating new legislation that would enable a small number of hearing impaired people to serve in the US Air Force.