Australia’s approach to newborn hearing screening gives us the means to intervene early so that babies born with hearing loss are afforded immeasurable benefits in terms of their communication, language, and social development.
Macquarie University’s Australian Hearing Hub has been recognised for excellence in promoting collaboration between research and industry at Cooperative Research Australia’s annual Awards for Excellence in Innovation dinner.
NAL Principal Engineer, Nicky Chong-White, recently contributed to a story on 7News about hearables as a practical, alternative solution for those struggling to hear in certain situations. NAL is looking forward to evaluating more in lab and real-world research studies and clinical trials in this
The Shepherd Centre is thrilled to share the incredible highlights from the Alumni Achiever Awards 2023, held on Saturday, 17 June! The awards are designed to recognise alumni and graduates of The Shepherd Centre and Hear For You as well as those who have contributed
The Shepherd Centre was delighted to host The Hon Anthony Albanese MP during his visit to their centre in Tasmania in April 2023. In the past, The Shepherd Centre has supported children and families in Tasmania through telehealth and periodic visits by their clinicians. However,
Check in with your hearing today with our new online hearing test, delivered in partnership with Spotify and the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care. Sign in to Spotify to receive a free custom playlist at the end! Do the test here: https://lnkd.in/g6H4ZtUH
More than two decades after receiving her cochlear implants and early education through NextSense, Cassidy is preparing to help young children with hearing loss by training to become an audiologist. Read more
The Australian Department of Health and Aged Care is featuring NALscribe in their new campaign to raise awareness on the prevention and management of hearing loss. NALscribe is a free, easy-to-use live speech captioning tool to help people with hearing difficulties understand speech and conversations.
Last month, Hearing Australia announced another major step to improve the hearing health of First Nations people. The organisation has collaborated with three Aboriginal health organisations to redesign the way hearing services are delivered to better meet the needs of communities. It’s the first time
James Valentine, ABC Radio Sydney, chatted with Ben Hinze, acoustic engineer and director of Ambient (an environmental noise mapping firm) and Professor David McAlpine, academic director of Macquarie University’s Australian Hearing Hub. Listen
On Friday 2 June, Hearing Australia’s Maroubra centre welcomed the Hon Bill Shorten MP, Minister for NDIS and Government Services, along with the Hon Matt Thistlethwaite MP. Minister Shorten announced the government’s appointment of Hearing Australia’s new Board members Professor Sharon Goldfeld, Dr Stephen Parnis and Dr Jim
NAL is excited to share its Annual Impact Report 2022! In 2022, NAL closed a record-breaking 26 projects involving over 4,800 research participants and 48 international collaborators. Inside the report you will find future trends in hearing healthcare, featured impact projects and research experts. View