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Hearing Awareness week at The Shepherd Centre

The 1st of March to the 7th of March was Hearing Awareness week, a week dedicated to raising awareness about hearing loss and the experiences of those with hearing loss. Hearing loss affects millions of people worldwide. Little ones that are born with hearing loss

Survey shows high levels of untreated hearing loss

Professor Bamini Gopinath announced early results from the Australian Eye and Ear Health Survey at a Macquarie University Hearing event to mark World Hearing Day today. The interim results show a high proportion of non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal adults have suspected hearing loss and nearly half

Hearing Australia Marrickville Centre officially opened

Hearing Australia kicked off Hearing Awareness Week on Wednesday 1 March with a special event in Sydney. The Prime Minister, the Hon Anthony Albanese MP, and the Hon Bill Shorten MP, Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and Minister for Government Services, officially opened

Identifying the tipping points for hearing help seeking

A recent NAL study aimed to identify the information sources, sociodemographic characteristics, lifestyle, and clinical history that led people to a hearing assessment, as well as to identify clinical recommendations for people with normal hearing measures. The results of this study raised more questions for

Hearing the Nation Tour

In celebration of World Hearing Day, Hearing Australia’s ‘’ is now underway with more than 1,000 events being held in towns and cities across the country during the month of March, giving Australians aged 18 and over the opportunity to receive a free*, simple 15-minute

Hearing loss: there’s a world of support

Sue Walters, the first person in NSW to receive a Cochlear Implant and a member of NextSense clinical support team. NextSense highlights the great work Sue does with CICADA – the Cochlear Implant Club and Advisory Association – and the importance of having a community
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