Our 162nd AGM celebrated what we achieved in 2022 to build what’s next for NextSense and the impact of early intervention and school support for children with hearing or vision loss.
Andre Gregory is no stranger to success, having graduated from Sydney’s Newington College in 2022 with an ATAR score of 99.8.
What could be better than a scenic flight to check out lovely Launceston? Raising $65,000 to help support people with hearing and vision loss at the same time!
Two talented NextSense School students were honoured in this year’s Deaf Australia Auslan Day Video competition.
More than two decades after receiving her cochlear implants and early education through NextSense, Cassidy is preparing to help young children with hearing loss by training to become an audiologist.
In an Australian first, a children’s book has been launched with a braille and low vision companion version developed by NextSense, in collaboration with the author.
Did you know NextSense has an amazing fundraising community called Be Bold, which anyone can join?
Notice of 24 March 2023 data breach.
NextSense has joined industry leaders across healthcare, research and technology sectors in partnering with Google Australia to explore new applications of AI and machine learning hearing solutions.
An opinion piece by Professor Greg Leigh to mark World Hearing Day 2023.
Older Australians experiencing hearing loss should seek professional assessment and help as soon as they can to allow for the best possible treatment outcomes.
The benefits of sleep are well-known—but sleep is a particular concern for parents of children with sensory disability—around 65-75% of these children experience sleep difficulties.