Why My Parents Chose a School for the Deaf: Magteld Smith

Would you send your child cochlear implant recipient to a mainstream school, or a school for the deaf? Magteld Smith went to both.

Theory of Mind: 5 Activities to Develop Your Child’s Skills

5 activities that you can do with your child to help them develop their Theory of Mind, which is basically "thinking about thinking."

Can Cochlear Implants be a Tinnitus Cure?

Tinnitus. If you can think of a more persistently annoying hearing-related word let us know. Tinnitus is a “ringing, buzzing, roaring, or hissing sound without any external acoustic source”,1 and [...]

5 Strategies to Develop Theory of Mind Skills for Your Child: Part 1

Here are 5 strategies that you can use to help your child develop the important Theory of Mind skills in day-to-day life.

Two Cochlear Implants are Better Than One

What's it like to go from hearing with one cochlear implant, to having bilateral cochlear implants? Matt Jones knows, and here's his story.

What Does the Theory of Mind Have to do with Listening Development?

The Theory of Mind is everything to do with thinking about thinking, and its development is very important for children with hearing loss..

Hearing in Stereo: Sophie Aldred’s Bilateral BONEBRIDGE Experience

Sophie Aldred was the first bilateral BONEBRIDGE recipient in the United Kingdom and here she shares her hearing loss story.

10 Factors That Influence Hearing With a Cochlear Implant for Adults

Factors like hearing loss history, levels of expectations, and family support will all influence hearing with a cochlear implant.