When Sue heard the sound of rain on her roof for the first time in many years, she knew her decision to get a cochlear implant had been the right one.
We pay tribute to legendary broadcaster, journalist, and author Sir Michael Parkinson, who has passed away, aged 88.
‘Sofia’s speech and language are remarkable, and a testament to her therapists at NextSense, because they put you on the right path, and if you put in the work, you’ll see the results'— mum, Michelle.
The NextSense Alstonville centre was officially opened today (Friday), replacing the not-for-profit organisation’s Lismore centre, which was destroyed in the 2022 floods.
This opinion piece by Professor Greg Leigh and Professor Catherine McMahon discusses how Australia's experience can influence newborn hearing health in the Asia Pacific region.
The NextSense centre for innovation soon to open its doors on the Macquarie University campus will drive innovation to improve the lives of people with hearing and vision loss and boost partnerships.
When we saw this recent video of our client Lindy performing on the handbells, we were amazed by the progress she has made with her music after adjusting to two cochlear implants.
NextSense has developed a speech and language assessment specifically for children who use languages other than English, to make sure they get tailored care and optimal outcomes.
For six-year-old Leon, being bilingual is a source of excitement and achievement.
On Helen Keller's birthday, a NextSense vision expert says keeping braille on the agenda should remain a key priority, to advance literacy and develop a love of reading for those with vision loss.
Callum is just six years old so he hasn’t quite worked out his future yet, but his mum Rachel has big dreams for him.
There's now a way for educators worldwide who support children and young people who read using braille, to demonstrate their braille knowledge and skills.