The annual Pathfinders charity flight is on again, and this year, the Qantas volunteer crew are headed to Tasmania to raise funds for NextSense.
Queensland car enthusiast Rodney, 66, describes his experience with a cochlear implant as ‘just magic’—it has allowed him to hear the glorious sound of his classic ’66 Mustang for the first time.
This month we hosted a virtual forum of 200 experts from eight countries who came together to explore better outcomes for children who are blind, deafblind or who have low vision.
Researchers have published important new information on how to get the best outcomes for young children born with hearing loss.
Our new centre for delivering hearing services in the Northern Rivers region will open soon following the devastating Lismore floods last year.
When we first met Isaac he needed help to build his spoken language. Now he’s thriving after early intervention support for his hearing loss.
A world-first gene therapy trial that is re-growing hearing nerves with cochlear implant surgery to make technology even more effective is forging ahead, with promising early results.
Congratulations to the NextSense School Class of 2022.
Professor Greg Leigh AO has been awarded the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award by Hearing Australia.
A fantastically fun fundraising effort by Qantas Pathfinders saw the return of their annual Revue which raised a record $170,000 for NextSense.
After receiving a cochlear implant, it’s important to practise listening often and consistently.
With summer coming, it’s time to think about how to stay on the air over the break.