NextSense is pleased to announce that award- winning Australian headphone manufacturer Audeara has come on board as a corporate partner.
Audeara is an Australian innovator built from a passion to educate people about hearing health and the impact that hearing loss can have on people’s lives.
Announcing the news today with Audeara CEO Dr James Fielding, NextSense Chief Executive Chris Rehn said the two organisations shared a desire to help people reach their personal potential.
'This shared commitment to working with people who experience hearing loss is a great foundation for a NextSense-Audeara corporate partnership,' Chris says.
At NextSense—we are all about personalised care that is tailor-made to help our clients reach their own unique goals. We know Audeara values this too, working to help people embrace assistive technology to get the most from their lives and understand their own hearing journey.
Audeara noise cancelling headphones personalise the sound to adjust for differences in each ear. Developed by a team of doctors, audiologists, engineers and musicians, they have been designed specifically for people with hearing loss.
'Audeara's vision is a world where all people use a personalised sound experience to enhance their quality of life,' James said.
We're passionate about listening equity and supporting hearing health and are thrilled to be partnering with NextSense. We're looking forward to working together and supporting people with hearing loss so they can enjoy the things that matter, like connecting with loved ones or enjoying their favourite show, song or podcast. Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed, and Audeara is here to make that possible.
The $40,000 cash and in-kind partnership will support our work with children and adults who experience hearing loss.
'Valued corporate partnerships such as our new association with Audeara mean we can go that step further in ensuring each of our clients receives quality, evidence-based support,' Chris said.
'We are delighted Audeara has chosen to join us and invest in best-practice interventions that will help people reach their potential.'