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DCAL Research into language and the brain

In our study, we are using a safe and easy method of measuring blood flow to the brain during language processing.

Never been able to participate in a DCAL language study because you have a cochlear implant? Now you can!

Research into language and the brain (pdf, 72 KB)

Research into language and the brain information sheet (pdf, 41 KB)

Oxford patient features in BBC article

10-year-old Zach began to hear through his cochlear implants two years ago.

A few months after his operation, Zach asked his mum to brighten up the implants.

You can see the results in this article on the BBC website:

'Pimped-up and ready to go' by Daniel Gordon | BBC Ouch

CI High Five (UK) Support Group

  • Oxfordshire
  • Bedfordshire
  • Berkshire
  • Birmingham
  • Buckinghamshire
  • Hertfordshire
  • London

Be supported and support others too.

CI High Five support group (pdf, 97 KB)

CI High Five Oxford Social

Saturday 8 December 2018
The Oxford Retreat, 1-2 Hythe Bridge Street

For more details about the Oxford event please see attached flier (jpeg, 202 KB)

Email: cihighfive@gmail.com

National Cochlear Implant Users Association

Details to follow.

Deaf Education through Listening and TAlking (DELTA)

DELTA is a charity that supports deaf children, their families and practitioners.

DELTA summer school

Please see the document below for details:

About DELTA (pdf, 321 KB)

Advice and Information Events for Advanced Bionics CI recipients and CI canditates

Advanced Bionics - our events

  • Do you struggle to follow conversations in a noisy environment ?
  • Do you need to use subtitles on the TV?
  • Do you know about:
  • Cochlear Implants
  • AquaCase
  • Wireless Connectivity
  • TV Link
  • Dect Phone
  • EasyCall?

We run Advice and Information Events where Yvonne Noon, AB Clinical Specialist, is available to answer questions.

For more information or to register for an appointment:

Email: Hear-UK@AdvancedBionics.com

Anders Tjellstrom scholarship for Baha and Graeme Clark scholarship for CI

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and a demonstrated commitment to the Cochlear ideals of leadership and humanity and are open to UK and Ireland Nucleus and Cochlear Baha implant recipients who are:

  • currently completing their final year of school or sixth form college and who have been accepted onto a university or other tertiary education course;
  • mature students who have been accepted onto a university or other tertiary education course;
  • students currently undertaking a university degree or other tertiary education;
  • studying for a minimum of two years.

Applicants must be UK or Ireland residents and implanted at a UK or Ireland implant centre.

For more details and application forms, please visit: www.cochlear.com/uk/scholarships

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