Monthly Archives: June 2011


Arlene Romoff speaks of her experience of hearing loss, advocacy, and her bilateral cochlear implants. The interviewer is also deaf, and is using an FM system to hear Arlene. The interview is in six parts. READ ON (CAPTIONED VIDEOS) Advertisements

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Music for cochlear implant users

Deacon In 2009, MED-EL UK commissioned composer Zack A. Moir to devise a piece of contemporary music to specifically suit the music listening needs of cochlear implant users.  Zack is a talented composer and jazz musician with an academic interest … Continue reading

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National Cochlear Implant Users Association summer meeting and AGM

Venue : The Arts Centre, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS Saturday, 25th June 2011 Members, non-Members, their guests, parents, CI users and their friends are welcome to attend.  Palantype speech to text will be … Continue reading

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My Song

This film demonstrates how I felt growing up, with no one understanding my communication needs. I was given a FM radio system for school and told to get on with it. My social needs were totally disregarded. I know too … Continue reading

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Advanced Bionics HiRes 90K cochlear implant recall ended in Canada

AB Receives Health Canada Approval for the HiRes 90K Implant READ ON

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