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Hearing Care, cognitive decline and dementia: A public health challenge,or an opportunity for healthy ageing?
Historic international event on cochlear implant advocacy to improve access to cochlear implants for adults with severe to profound hearing loss.
December 20, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
On the 6th of December 2019 (after the World Hearing Forum organized by the WHO on 4-5 December), a group of hearing health professionals, consumer advocacy organizations together with the 4 CI-companies attended the meeting of the Consumer and Professional Advocacy Committee (CAPAC), to discuss and plan advocacy activities around the forthcoming publication of the Delphi Consensus on International Standards of Care for Adult Cochlear Implantation. As published in latest EURO-CIU Newsletter of September 2019, Leo De Raeve was representing EURO-CIU in the CAPAC.
30 years of The Ear Foundation
December 9, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
As we reach the end of our special birthday year, it feels like a good time to reflect on all The Ear Foundation has achieved in our fantastic 30 year history.
The goal of The Ear Foundation remains to support people to live well with hearing loss, to make the most of hearing technology in everyday life and to develop the skills to succeed and participate with confidence - to hear, communicate and connect.
Thank you to everyone who supports The Ear Foundation and has contributed their time, effort and money over the years
EURO-CIU became a member of HEAR-IT
October 29, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
On the 17th of October 2019, the Executive Board of HEAR-IT unanimously decided to recommend EURO-CIU as a member of their General Assembly.
Hear-it AISBL is an international non-profit and non-commercial organisation that has been established to increase public awareness of hearing loss. The objective of Hear-it AISBL is to collect, process and circulate up-to-date scientific (sociological, legal, medical, public, policy related) and other relevant information including personal stories pertaining to hearing impairments and their human and socio-economic consequences.
EURO-CIU becomes a member of the World Hearing Forum
September 27, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
The Board is really happy to announce EURO-CIU has become a member of the World Hearing Forum (WHF) hosted by the World Health Organization.
EURO-CIU and over 200 politicians and organizations call on the Council to equal rights on Rail Passengers.
September 18, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
“My mother, who was totally blind and partially deaf, was not taken off the train when it arrived at its final destination. The train then pulled into the sidings and it was two hours before she was discovered, despite shouting. She never travelled by train again.“ David Adams.
Belgium, Press release ministry of Health
September 03, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
BRUSSELS, 30/08/2019. - Minister of Health Maggie De Block makes cochlear implants accessible to more patients. Today, 329 Belgians receive such an implant from health care insurance each year. Thanks to the new repayment criteria, an estimated 362 will soon be added.
EURO-CIU presents a Cochlear Implant User as candidate for EDF Board
May 30, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
EURO-CIU ELECTIONS: Mª Teresa Amat, revalidates the presidency of EURO-CIU.
April 27, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
Wrocław, Poland, becomes the European capital of hearing implantation.
April 26, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
WHO launches the hearWHO app for mobile devices to help detect hearing loss
March 2, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
International Cochlear Implant Day 2019.
February 22, 2019 by Webmaster EURO-CIU
25 February is the Cochlear Implant Day!
We need to change society perspective about us.
Our numbers are growing and we have the same passion: we like to hear. Cochlear Implants make it possible.
Cochlear Implant users overcome daily all kind of obstacles, especially communication barriers. We need to increase awareness of hearing loss as a cause of social isolation, depression and deterioration of both mental and physical health for older people and, therefore, of the importance of hearing loss not just for babies or kids, but as well in adulthood and geriatric care.
February 25 has been designated International Cochlear Implant Day because on that day in 1957, two French doctors, Andre Djourno and Charles Eyries were the first to electrically stimulate the auditory nerve by placing an electrode outside the cochlea.
Celebrations will be done in more than 40 countries around the world with all kind of activities. Follow them with #CochlearImplantDay and
#CIDay hashtags on @eurociu twitter.
For more information about hearing loss and cochlear implants: www.eurociu.eu or contact email@example.com