Cochlear is launching a new blog series I choose Cochlear, which will focus on the personal stories of audiologists who are also recipients as well as families of Nucleus® and Baha® recipients. As an audiologist, you may never experience hearing loss personally, although you help diagnose and treat hearing loss every day. What if you […]
October is Audiology Awareness Month (AAM). Cochlear Americas recognizes and celebrates the important work of audiologists and their vital contributions to hearing health.
There is just one day left in the #MillionEar Challenge! There is still time to join the #MillionEar Challenge! Click here to join! Remember, if we reach two million people, we’ll celebrate this achievement by donating to Hearing Charities of America (HCOA) and the Cochlear Implant Awareness Foundation (CIAF)! Visit each organization’s website to learn more: HCOA […]
Did you know approximately 60 percent of returning military from Iraq and Afghanistan have acquired hearing loss or tinnitus due to noise exposure during service? According to the U.S. Department of Defense Hearing Center of Excellence, the numbers for those injured in the global war on terror effort are more than 350,000 service members with […]
Skylar Mason, a Baha® recipient and 2016 Anders Tjellström Scholarship winner, is working as a summer intern supporting the Cochlear Recipient Services team. Below she talks about her experience with single-sided deafness and the Baha system. Unlike most teenagers, my hearing loss experience began pretty recently—I had perfect hearing until I was seventeen, two years ago. […]
Communication is one of the most important parts of our lives. We use it every day— in our careers, education, relationships, and hobbies. But what happens when hearing loss begins to impact how we communicate? How do we adjust? Meet Rosemary, a spirited Cochlear™ Nucleus® 6 recipient with plenty of experience adapting to the challenges […]
At Cochlear, we offer solutions to those with moderate-to-profound hearing loss. Causes of an individual’s hearing loss is obviously as unique as the individual themselves. It could be a result of an illness, a congenital condition, or progressively over time. But some cases may have been a result of neglecting to consider the delicacy of all […]