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Increase in hearing loss
Is hearing loss getting worse? If so who is at risk and why? Does gender, race and education play a part?

Indigenous Hearing Health
Hearing loss for Australian Indigenous peoples is a major health issue. It is a disease of poverty, frequently left untreated, with at least 40% of their children affected. Yet, sadly itís a treatable condition and if treated would give these children a much greater chance in life.

Insensitive response to Deafness
Most of us have been subjected to the insensitivity of others because we didnít hear them speak to us. But what if it is your family?

Insuring hearing devices
Recently, I asked a group of people if they do insure their implant processors and if so how they do it.

Interesting things about deafness
Interesting things about deafness - statistics, awards, apps

iPods, iPhones, iPads or the like
The benefits and hidden dangers. So much new technology Ė itís really quite exciting Ė but along with the benefits there is also a hidden danger.

Is a cochlear implant worth it?
Robyn was deaf from an early age but she became one of the first in NZ to have a Cochlear Implant. When it failed after 15 years she had no hesitation in being remplanted. But when that implant also failed - what was she to do? This is her story.

Is deafness a disability?
Is deafness a disability? If so how is it manifest? and if not why not?

Is it our right to hear?
Sometimes it seems, even in countries like Australia, that only if you have money do you have the right to hear.

Issues faced by Deaf children
As late as the mid-20th century children with a hearing loss were often misdiagnosed and parents were told they had a mental deficiency. Research has found that children must receive stimulation to the auditory nerves during the early formative years.

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