Early hearing loss support sets 18-year-old Ruby up for a bright future.
After more than decade of living with the challenges of hearing loss, Wayne, 65, had high expectations of what he might experience when his new cochlear implant was finally switched on this year.
Cara worked with an itinerant teacher of hearing and was inspired by their passion. After moving into a temporary role in a local hearing team, she realised it was the direction she wanted to take.
Our incredible supporters made lots of noise on Loud Shirt Day. And there's still time to get loud.
Grace, 86, from Nyngan in outback NSW, reached an important milestone earlier this year—her 100th ‘mapping’ session for her cochlear implant.
Elizabeth knew a cochlear implant could address her hearing loss but was reluctant to have one. What changed her mind?
New Federal commitments to invest in hearing loss will make a major difference to outcomes for Australians with sensory disability.
Completing the Education: Deaf/Hard of Hearing specialisation means Samantha has in-depth knowledge and skills in an area she loves.
This former Sydney couple share what drove them to leave a generous gift to NextSense in their Will.
Not all superheroes wear cloaks. That’s how one parent whose child was supported by NextSense describes our own Tricia d’Apice.
Seven children made a memorable trip to Canberra last month to address Federal MPs on hearing loss, cochlear implants, and the power of speech.
Students who use braille will be able to have better access to maths and science textbooks, thanks to an international collaboration NextSense experts are taking part in.