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Educational summer camp offered for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Oticon announces 2013 "Focus on People" Award recipients.
Oticon director of professional relations, Douglas Beck, Au.D., was awarded the R.S. McCrea Medal by the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
Oticon "Make it Personal" exhibit takes Best in Show at 2013 AudiologyNOW! Conference in California.
Many notable deaf individuals have left their mark on education, sports, music and entertainment.
NTID offers up summer outreach programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
The National Association of the Deaf recognizes Deaf History Month from March 13 to April 15.
Oticon donates $10,000 from 'Think Pink' campaign to National Breast Cancer Coalition.
Oticon, Inc. was honored at the kick-off event for the American Heart Association’s 2013 “Go Red For Women” movement.
Otometrics and ReSound present FittingNOW! winter series.
Starkey Hearing Technologies receives red dot award.
Over the course of seven days, Pyeongchang played host to mroe than 2,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities, who had come from 107 nations to take part in these winter games.
Sonic is proud to announce the release of Bliss, the company’s newest line of hearing instruments that are designed to maximize patient delight.
Siemens Hearing Instruments researchers were recently awarded the prestigious German Future Prize.
Cochlear Americas announced the winners of the 11th annual Graeme Clark and the second annual Anders Tjellström Scholarships.
Special Olympics athletes with hearing impairments will finally be able to enjoy the roars of the cheering crowds as they compete, thanks to a two-year agreement between the Swiss Hear the World Foundation and the Special Olympics Healthy Hearing program.
Don’t miss the opportunity to nominate your colleagues for the 14th Annual Larry Mauldin Award.
Douglas Beck receives 2012 Jos Millar Shield award. Annual award given to individual who submits best article for publication in the previous year.
Ida Institute announces top 10 finalists in their "Ideas, Speak up - Action and Awareness for Hearing Loss" Campaign.
See Hear, BBC Two’s flagship magazine show for people that are deaf or hard of hearing in the UK, has recently put Siemens’ Aquaris™ through its paces in a technology special.
Beltone received an “A-plus” rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB), the organization’s highest possible accreditation grade, for the second year in a row.
Associate professor Todd Pagano selected as "2012 U.S. Professor of the Year." Pagano, selected from more than 300 nominations, is the first RIT faculty member to receive the award.
Swiss Federal Councillor Didier Burkhalter presented a donation from the Swiss Hear the World Foundation – 50 Phonak hearing instruments worth over CHF 100,000 – during his visit to the Klong Toey slum in Bangkok.
At the British Academy of Audiology Conference (BAA) in November, Siemens showcased a range of innovative audiology workflow solutions, the IMPACT Pro family and Life hearing instrument and noise generator.
Cochlear Americas announced today the results of a new study published in Otology & Neurotology, which demonstrates the benefit of the dual-microphone technology in the Cochlear Nucleus 5 CP810 Sound Processor.
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