Ireland’s hospital waiting lists for routine procedures often feature in national news reports. Otolaryngology (ENT) wait-times were the third-longest of the publicly visible waiting lists at January 2016. Accordingly, Sound Advice was invited to present at an Open Health Data Night at the Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, on January 20th, 2016 in a panel
Sound Advice created an e-book, “Teaching A Deaf Child To Hear And Speak: Perfectly“ (A Father’s Love), by James Hall, whose daughter hears and talks with bilateral cochlear implants. Mr Hall contacted Sound Advice after four years researching how a deaf child can acquire speech, and documenting his findings. Click the blue image below, to
Confidence and speaking skills for deaf children feature in this CNN video with Michelle Christie, founder of the No Limits non-profit, which now has three centres in California and in Las Vegas, to provide infant verbal intervention to families who otherwise could not afford it. College In Their Sights No Limits For Deaf Children builds a college-going
Olivia Williams is reading Applied Arts and Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology (US), and received her first cochlear implant at age 5, after losing her hearing when aged four. 1) Would you consider being deaf and a cochlear implant user part of your identity? Why, or why not? Yes, I do consider myself as a cochlear
In true spirit for World Hearing Day (March 3), Ireland’s national broadcaster, RTE, has made its ‘Deafening’ documentary available for free, worldwide viewing on the RTE Player platform. This documentary sought to explore the current experience of being deaf in Ireland (avoiding a political discourse) and succeeded at many levels, by representing the diversity in today’s
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