Our Ear Science researchers have investigated if hearing loss patients with depression, anxiety and/or social isolation can benefit from cochlear implants. To view these incredible new research findings click here.
ClearDrum is an ALL-NEW implant set to revolutionise the way eardrums are repaired. The implant combines silk worms and science to heal burst eardrums, and will help millions of people who suffer from Chronic Middle Ear Disease each year.
To show people what hearing loss sounds like and promote hearing awareness, Ear Science created a Hearing Loss Simulator. The Hearing Loss Simulator has received international praise and reached over 1.2 million people from all around the world.
Learn about the Australian Lions Hearing Dogs, a charitable organisation that provides hearing dogs to those with hearing loss. These hearing dogs provide safety, security and independence to people with hearing loss by alerting their owners to danger.
To promote World Hearing Day, our Lions Hearing Aid Bank is collecting hearing aids to redistribute to people in need. We have already donated thousands of hearing aids to the Phillipines, Africa and Indonesia.
Natalija's has had cochlear implants her whole life and her mother contacted Ear Science to ask us to help share her story. We created a video montage showing all the wonderful things Natalija does with her cochlear implant.
Olivia has grown up with hearing loss her whole life. At just 3 months old she was diagnosed profoundly deaf and when she was only 11 months old she was fitted with her first cochlear implant. Unfortunately at age 6 she was still struggling to hear.
Over the last 10 years, one family has received the gift of hearing three times. Leslie French, his daughter Jody Maitland and his grandson Hayden Maitland all have hearing loss yet through the amazing technology of cochlear implants, they are now able to hear with clarity and understand their loved ones speak!