Hearing loss is more common than you may realise.
With the impact of hearing loss being far reaching not just on the lives of those directly affected, but also those living and work with them.
People with impaired hearing may begin a long and uncertain journey. Find out more about Ian Craig's hearing journey who, despite the warning signs and people around him telling him to have his hearing checked, continued to put it off.
“I was withdrawing from group conversations, struggling in meetings and driving my wife crazy by asking her to repeat herself,” Mr Craig said.
Watch Ian's hearing journey to find out more.
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EAR SCIENCE INSTITUTE AUSTRALIA WAS ESTABLISHED IN 2001 AS AN INDEPENDENT NOT-FOR-PROFIT RESEARCH INSTITUTE DEDICATED TO IMPROVING THE LIVES OF PEOPLE WITH EAR AND HEARING DISORDERS, THROUGH PATIENT FOCUSED RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND TREATMENT.
With 1 in 6 Australians experiencing hearing loss, the Ear Science Institute Australia team works to improving the lives of those with hearing impairment, to connect them with their world.
The impact of hearing loss is often hidden but there are many links between hearing and health. Hearing loss affects people of all ages, however the prevalence of hearing loss in the Australian population starts to rise significantly from about 50 years of age. Hearing loss compromises a person’s ability to communicate and can cause social and emotional distress with up to 50% of adults with hearing loss reporting feelings of isolation, loneliness, or symptoms of anxiety or depression.
As a centre of excellence, Ear Science Institute Australia brings together a multidisciplinary team of the brightest minds from across the globe including otolaryngology, audiology, engineering, computer science, molecular and cellular sciences. All are working to develop effective treatments for ear and hearing disorders, and eventually to find a cure for hearing loss.