When hearing loss increased over time, Alan turned to cochlear implants when hearing aids weren’t enough. This is his story.
Groundbreaking research by a NextSense Institute PhD graduate is earning worldwide recognition, says Greg Leigh, director of the NextSense Institute.
We continue to make decisions in accordance with State and Federal Government advice. Our number one concern is the wellbeing and safety of our staff, clients, and the broader community.
On Tuesday 25 May 2021, we held our 160th Annual General Meeting (AGM) at our North Rocks centre.
Alan Carter and Dr Breda Carty have both made extraordinary contributions to NextSense, and to people with hearing and vision loss. Now, they’ve received deserved acknowledgment.
NextSense provides innovative and customised services aimed at breaking down barriers for children, adults and families of people with hearing or vision loss.
Three-year-old Caio can do everything from surfing to producing works of art. And early intervention at NextSense is helping him navigate the world, on his terms. This is Caio’s journey.
Lauren's journey to the HSC had its challenges, but despite this, she excelled. Her remarkable results have earned her two awards and the admiration of her NextSense School Support teacher.
This week, we’re celebrating National Volunteer Week.
For Lindy, spending more time with her first love—music—is her definition of living life to the fullest. After a hearing loss as a young adult, this became impossible.