Research evidence is emerging that “parent-to-parent support, described as parents with lived experiences providing support to each other, is recognized as a distinctive and important type of support system” for families whose children have hearing issues. Read: Parent-to-Parent Support For Children With Hearing Difficulty In 2007, this was one catalyst for Irish Deaf Kids (Sound
Disruptive principles in business leadership were recently presented by Dr Trish Gorman (US) in Dublin, at a masterclass with the IntertradeIreland All-Island Innovation Programme. For Sound Advice, this masterclass confirmed: Sound Advice is a disruptive entity (modernising Ireland’s deaf sector and education) The disruptive effect of bilateral cochlear implants (children hear speech in both ears) Visible role models transmit core values, coach
Media work traditionally was challenging when people had hearing issues – but digital hearing devices have changed this. Essentially, the children in this video use new media tools and presentation skills as their hearing peers do. Talking to camera in a #newsroom – and creating media! http://t.co/8FxvVF7chz #cochlearimplants #summercamp — Caroline Carswell (@irishdeafkids) June 9,
Bone conduction for hearing underpins new tech-based products from Google Glass to the Bonebridge ear implant, the Eyeborg and the Cynaps. Read: Bone Conduction – Get Used To The Voices In Your Head Traditionally used in hearing-aids, it’s fascinating to see bone conduction featuring in wearable technologies. Bone conduction is the physics behind bone-anchored hearing-aids (BAHAs) but
Two students at Rochester Institute of Technology, Patrick Seypura and Alec Satterly, who have hearing issues, are gearing for connected homes with a smartphone-based alarm clock app, to distribute via Cenify, their company. This video shows how the app and phone might work in the home context: A wireless version of the app-managed clock is
Sound Advice’s start-up story is on the Ulster Bank sponsored ‘Small Business Can’ website, in the seventh anniversary month of seeking seed capital for the idea that became the irishdeafkids (IDK) website. NOTE: in 2014, IDK rebranded as Sound Advice, to reflect the altered landscape the entity is operating in as a result of achieving
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