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By Hearing Loss Toolkit
SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 Contact: Ann Conway, President Hearing Loss Toolkit ann@hearinglosstoolkit.org www.hearinglosstoolkit.org THRIVE WITH ADULT ONSET HEARING LOSS: CONSUMER ADVOCATE LAUNCHES WEB SITE GARDINER MAINE (September 3, 2014) Hearing Loss...

By Barking Rain Press
Barking Rain Press announced the release of their latest YA Novel, "Sounds of Silence," by Rochester, New York author Phillip Tomasso.

By The Ear Foundation
Many GPs are failing to take adult deafness seriously enough, with nearly half of all patients (45%) not being referred to specialists for assessment.

By BeyondPR
The Ted Evans lecture, delivered by US Professor John Middlebrooks, is just one of the highlights at this year’s British Society of Audiology Conference, being held from 5-7 September at the Nottingham Conference Centre.

By Esplin PR
Deaf teenagers from 10 countries spent a week at St John’s School for the Deaf in Boston Spa, Yorkshire, to share the differences of their cultures and build relationships with peers from overseas who share the same communication challenges

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation in Nottingham is to be presented with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the country’s highest award for outstanding work in the volunteer sector.

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By Hearing Loss Toolkit
SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 Contact: Ann Conway, President Hearing Loss Toolkit ann@hearinglosstoolkit.org www.hearinglosstoolkit.org THRIVE WITH ADULT ONSET HEARING LOSS: CONSUMER ADVOCATE LAUNCHES WEB SITE GARDINER MAINE (September 3, 2014) Hearing Loss...

By Barking Rain Press
Barking Rain Press announced the release of their latest YA Novel, "Sounds of Silence," by Rochester, New York author Phillip Tomasso.

By The Ear Foundation
Many GPs are failing to take adult deafness seriously enough, with nearly half of all patients (45%) not being referred to specialists for assessment.

By The Ear Foundation
A group of 27 young deaf people, aged between 11 and 17, gathered from all over the country to spend five days together at outdoor activity centre, Duke’s Barn, in Matlock, Derbyshire between 19 and 23 August.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
At least half of all cases of deafness that develop from birth through infancy in developed countries have a genetic basis, as do many cases of later onset progressive hearing loss.

By 4 Ears, 4 Eyes
Frustrated due to someone’s hearing loss? Imagine being on the other side of the hearing aid.

By Barking Rain Press
Fiction publisher Barking Rain Press announced the acquisition of the worldwide print and electronic publishing rights for the YA novel “Sound of Silence” by Rochester, New York, author Phillip Tomasso.

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
After Alyson's protagonist Mark Garvey has a hearing impairment – just like the novel's author, David M. Sindall. David is donating a percentage of the ebook version's profits to the National Deaf Children’s Society.

By BeyondPR
The Ted Evans lecture, delivered by US Professor John Middlebrooks, is just one of the highlights at this year’s British Society of Audiology Conference, being held from 5-7 September at the Nottingham Conference Centre.

By Esplin PR
Deaf teenagers from 10 countries spent a week at St John’s School for the Deaf in Boston Spa, Yorkshire, to share the differences of their cultures and build relationships with peers from overseas who share the same communication challenges

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation in Nottingham is to be presented with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the country’s highest award for outstanding work in the volunteer sector.

By Esplin PR
A delegation of 19 deaf teenagers with cochlear implants from five different countries took part in The First International Teens Week for young cochlear implant users, organised by The Ear Foundation.

By Esplin PR
A conference, sponsored by RNID – Action on Hearing Loss , will see eminent clinicians and scientists from around the world discuss and debate how tissue engineering in the auditory system could transform the lives of deaf people.

By BeyondPR
Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy in Blurton will be playing host to the innovative 2011 Bionic Ear Roadshow, from national charity Deafness Research UK on 14 January.

By BeyondPR
It was a routine whooping cough vaccination as a young child that left David Curran from Dunfermline, Fife, suffering with hearing loss and struggling with ill fitting hearing aids for more than 30 years.

By BeyondPR
A bridging grant from national charity Deafness Research UK is helping to ensure that some of the leading lights in deafness research are able to continue their ground breaking work into age-related hearing loss.

By wr potter
The struggles and achievements of a woman born deaf in the 1960’s and her determination to fit into both the deaf and hearing worlds are the focus in All Eyes: A Memoir of Deafness by Bainy B. Cyrus.

By Instituto Bernabeu
This new genetic test for deafness is especially useful for children as it provides early detection of deafness and thus the implementation of appropriate treatments at an early age.

By BeyondPR
Deafness Research UK was delighted to welcome the current Pauline Ashley Prize Winner, Nick Leach, to speak at the British Society of Audiology (BSA) conference on 8-10 September 2010 at the University of Manchester.

By BeyondPR
Deafness Research UK’s ongoing campaign to slap a ban on the use of the dreaded Vuvuzela in sports grounds has received support from many quarters.

By BeyondPR
National Charity Deafness Research UK has been campaigning throughout the summer for a ban on the Vuvuzela in football grounds, in this country and further afield.

By BeyondPR
Hot on the heels of delivering five shows in Essex, two schools in Telford are set to host six shows in Shropshire from the innovative 2010 Bionic Ear Roadshow, courtesy of national charity Deafness Research UK.

By BeyondPR
Deafness Research UK marks its participation in the UK’s largest cross charity campaign, Remember A Charity Week, 13–19 September, by hosting a legacy event aimed at thanking current supporters, raising awareness and promoting legacy giving.

By BeyondPR
Two schools in Essex will be playing host to the innovative 2010 Bionic Ear Roadshow, from national charity Deafness Research UK in September.

By BeyondPR
Reigate primary school in Derby will be playing host to the innovative 2010 Bionic Ear Roadshow, from national charity Deafness Research UK in September.

By BeyondPR
Hot on the heels of its successful appearance at schools across the country, several schools in Northamptonshire will now be playing host to the innovative 2010 Bionic Ear Roadshow, from national charity Deafness Research UK.

By BeyondPR
Four top university science and medical students have been awarded the Deafness Research UK Vacation Scholarships, giving them an opportunity to experience cutting-edge scientific research in action in hearing loss and tinnitus research laboratories.

By Pannone
Garret Spring, from the top Manchester law firm Pannone explains how the vuvuzela plastic horns used during football matches could potentially damage your hearing and result in a work injury claim against the football club by match day staff.

By London Sound Survey
The London Sound Survey, an online archive for sound recordings of London life, has helped produce a CD for Deafness Research UK, the medical charity for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.

By New Generation Hearing Center
There are certain nutrients you can eat to help maintain your current state of hearing and prevent future deafness

By New Generation Hearing Center
Consider the myths, and the facts, surrounding this tiny, yet amazing, technology.

By Olmstead Williams Communications
Series kicked off to a resounding success in June, offering cochlear implant patients, candidates, clinicians and surgeons the rare opportunity to have an informal and personal discussion with the head of Advanced Bionics.

By Olmstead Williams Communications
In the first such online community of its kind, Advanced Bionics, the only U.S.-based manufacturer of “bionic ears”, is connecting cochlear recipients and candidates from across the country through its new “Connect to Mentor” Web site.

By LaRock Industries
There is one thing however that sets this globe-trotting drummer/producer apart from the pack: He was born with a degenerative hearing loss that has kept audiologists and ENT's puzzled for decades.



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