As a service to hearing impaired people, we have provided a listing of resources for you to explore at your leisure.

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This link contains brochures and flyers to download: Medel Brochures

A range of guides and tips for rehabilitation to download: Rehabilitation Materials

A selection of videos about hearing, hearing loss and how Medel implants work: Videos to view or download

A variety of good, practical information and tips & tricks for recipients, parents and professionals: Medel Blog

 

cochlear

 

Cochlear Australia resulted from the original development of an implantable device known as a cochlear implant or 'bionic ear'. This work was pioneered in Australia by Professor Graeme Clark

You can read more on the history of Cochlear in this link

There is a huge range of information available on the Cochlear website.

 

   

logo Australian Hearing provides hearing services to clients eligible under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program.

This is a link to the Australian Hearing website which contains a wealth of information and resources: Australian Hearing

May 2016 PRNewswire

Wearers of cochlear implants and hearing aids often have difficulty teasing out what someone is saying over "babble" — the cacophony of other talkers — and other ambient sounds. New York University researchers have devised a novel solution: an algorithmic approach that, like making drinkable water from pond water, distils the talker's voice from a turbid wash of noise.