Townsville mum Rebecca knew braille skills would be essential for daughter Atylda but there were no local services. Remote braille lessons through NextSense Connected Services are helping her thrive.
In 2018, Christine made the decision to access cochlear implants—a choice she says has enabled her to participate fully at work, reconnect with her passions, and socialise more freely.
What might hearing screening beyond the newborn period look like in Australia? More than 180 experts met this month to chart a way forward.
NextSense clinicians are participating in an Australian-led, world-first gene therapy trial that is re-growing hearing nerves to make cochlear implant technology even more effective.
When it comes to supporting NextSense staff with family responsibilities, paid parental leave is right up there with what matters most.
NextSense receives excellence award for ‘Employer of Choice.’
With NextSense support, Aussie goalball athlete, Caitlin, achieved her goal to complete NAPLAN in braille. She now has her mind set on new goals—attending university and competing in the Paralympics.
We first met Olivia Depares when she was three months old. Olivia is now 25 and recently addressed a special NextSense gathering of long-standing friends and supporters at Admiralty House.
International deafblind expert Sampada Shevde shared her tips and advice for supporting children with deafblindness during a two-day NextSense workshop.
NextSense is pleased to announce that award- winning Australian headphone manufacturer Audeara has come on board as a corporate partner.
Thanks to everyone who joined us at our 161st Annual General Meeting this week. It was fantastic to look back on the year, look towards what’s next, and how we will achieve it together.
William, who is deaf, and his partner Michael, who is hearing, recently shared how they embrace their differences to build a loving, healthy relationship that navigates both hearing and Deaf worlds.