The Beyond Speech Workshop 2023 was held online on Monday 14th August. The theme for this year's event was Exploring cultural and linguistic diversity in children with hearing loss. The
A Macquarie University research centre has been named as a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre in Ear and Hearing Health for the next four years.
Eight-year-old Sofia has cochlear implants in both ears, performs in eisteddfods, plays netball and has literacy skills that are just as good as her hearing peers
NextSense recently welcomed Deputy Prime Minister The Hon Richard Marles MP and Member for Bennelong Jerome Laxale MP to a tour of our new site at Macquarie University.
Student placements at NextSense offer Macquarie University speech pathology students the opportunity to gain real-world experience working with children with sensory disabilities.
As the AHH celebrates its 10th anniversary, leaders of the AHH reflect on the foundation of the AHH as a collaboration between academic, industry, government and not-for-profit partners and the source of its success.
On Tuesday 29 August, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Minister for Government Services, announced that Kim Terrell has been reappointed as the Managing Director of Hearing Australia.
On Friday 25 August, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Minister for Government Services, officially opened the Hearing Australia Centre in Darwin.
Professor Sakkie Pretorius, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), reflects on a decade of the Australian Hearing Hub (AHH).
The Australian Hearing Hub hosted a showcase to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Wednesday, 16 August.