Hearing-device wearers report that assistive technology to contain background noise is still a holy grail and needs industry co-operation, according to an Action on Hearing Loss survey: Ninety-six per cent of respondents said hearing in noisy settings is a major challenge. Just 12% of hearing aid users and 27% of cochlear implant wearers are satisfied now. Help From The Hearing-Device Industry
On average, each deaf child in Australia is left AUD $10,000 short of public funding to access early intervention listening and spoken language services from birth to age three, with non-governmental organisations fundraising the balance, according to recent media reports. #Australia: Each #deaf child $10K short for hearing-and-talking #earlyintervention. https://t.co/79wSkNaDit #NDIS @FirstVoiceAus (@guardian) — Caroline
Ninety-six per cent of infants in the US have a newborn hearing test by one month old, but many do not access the Early Hearing Detection Intervention guidelines of 1-3-6 months, or detection by one month, evaluation by 3 months and intervention by 6 months, researcher Christine Yoshinaga-Itano says. Notably, just half of deaf babies
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