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KEEP THE SOUND CAMPAIGN 2103
DeafHear are beginning a nationwide awareness campaign aimed at 16–30 year olds highlighting the potential damage caused by MP3 players used at high volumes. Adolescents and adults who are daily users of portable music players need to
Date posted: 16 May 2013
Oscar is 3 years old and he has recently been fitted with a cochlear implant.
Date posted: 3 April 2013
Topping Up by Text is Better!
Do you have a pay-as-you-go phone?
Date posted: 11 April 2013
Calling All Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teenagers
Are you a parent of a Deaf or Hard of Hearing teenager?
Date posted: 22 February 2013
Get Fit, Have Fun and Raise money for DeafHear!
Flora Women’s Mini Marathon 3rd June 2013
Date posted: 19 February 2013
Official opening of the new Deaf Village Ireland 2013
On Monday March 4th Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Mr Leo Varadkar T.D. officially opened the new Deaf Village Ireland (DVI) campus in Cabra Dublin.
Date posted: 6 March 2013
Working in noisy environments is...
more stressful for people with hearing loss
Date posted: 8 January 2013
Connect, Learn, Share Conference Update 2012 November
On November 17th DeafHear had a very successful conference for parents Connect Learn Share. The Conference included keynote speakers...
Date posted: 22 November 2012
DeafHear Comment on Campaign for Bilateral Implants for Deaf Children
Last month the Irish Examiner highlighted the situation where Deaf children are presently fitted with only one cochlear implant, while best practice internationally is that such children should receive two implants. Many studies have shown
Date posted: 18 January 2013
REMOTE ISL INTERPRETING PILOT PROJECT 2011
Three organisations in the Deaf sector, DeafHear.ie, the Irish Deaf Society (IDS) and the Sign Language Interpreting Service SLIS, have come together to develop a remote Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpreting project.
Date posted: 16 December 2010
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Women's Mini Marathon
Whether you walked it, strolled it, jogged it or ran it, the Flora Women's Mini Marathon...