As Alison and Stu were planning their wedding, they knew that an important part of their celebration was ensuring that Alison’s grandmother (Nan) could hear well throughout the day. Read the full story here.
“Before my Cochlear Implants I often had to use pen and paper to communicate. I haven’t needed to use it since, the way I see it this is a 100% improvement.”
William Sears along with his family have been involved with Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA-NL) since he was a child. When William turned 5 years old he started using an FM system which allowed him to understand speech in noisy environments.
Jennifer is a hard-working and inspiring youth who just completed a summer placement with CHHA-NL. She is starting her first semester of Memorial University in the fall and intends to work towards a bachelor of Social Work degree.
Michelle is currently completing a Master of Science degree in Human Communication Disorders (Audiology) at Dalhousie University. Read about her hearing loss story.
One student with hearing loss successfully pursues a career in healthcare. Read our inspirational feature story on hearing loss, technology and overcoming barriers.