Monthly Archives: April 2011

My little wind problem!!

It’s almost a year since my switch on and about 7 months since my last post. I have learnt to adapt to my CI very well but I still have problems in group or noisy situations.  One of the problems … Continue reading

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Bouncing into a hearing life

It was time for my one year annual review of my cochlear implant.  I was so excited. I was so hungry for improvements in my hearing. I have been so delighted every time I heard a new sound, understand it, … Continue reading

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Advanced Bionics HiRes 90K implant returns to European & other markets

Press release, Sonova – April 14, 2011 Sonova announces the return of Advanced Bionic’s cochlear implant business to the European, Asia Pacific, and Latin American Markets. READ ON

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You got it right dude..

Brad Williams …. read my lips Video after the jump

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Switch on +1

One year post-activation today, and I managed to celebrate it in my own way. I DID IT MYYYYYY WA-AAAYYYYYYYY! I worked at home this morning as it was pointless commuting to work and then dashing back again for the chiropodist … Continue reading

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Survey : motivations and satisfaction of cochlear implant users

The Medical University of South Carolina is conducting a study assessing the motivations and satisfaction of cochlear implant device users. READ ON

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Snap, crackle, pop now fu*k off.

Environmental does the mental with cyborgs. Even with Clearvoice, certain sounds reverberate through every fibre of my being. I turn from Jekyll to Hyde in a nanosecond. I’ve been a cyborg for some 5 months now and it’s always the … Continue reading

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