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How did you celebrate International CI Day and CIICA Second Birthday? International CI Day was begun by EUROCIU to remember the first CI. This year the theme is Proud to be me. Hear me now. See their great videos!
We are all devastated by the news from Ukraine and thinking about our friends there and in the neighbouring regions and in Russia. Life has changed so quickly. See the video from Ukraine CI users and the humanitarian support already in action.
The Malala Foundation and Cochlear Foundation brought together five young people with CI from across the globe to London to share their advocacy stories and inspire each other to further action. These young people represented 163 others who had responded to Achieve Anything programme and are examples of the first group of young deaf people growing up with CI. They […]
The United Nations Youth Forum gave Qais Khan, a board member of CIICA, the unique opportunity to advocate as a young deaf person with a CI – and to ensure that people listened to what is needed to make cities accessible and sustainable and safe for all. Thanks to Bowen Tang and International Federation of […]
The important consultation on the recommendations on the Living Guidelines for Adults is now open until 31 May. See how you can download them and respond.
WORLD HEARING DAY 3 MARCH 2023
EAR AND HEARING CARE FOR ALL:LET'S MAKE IT A REALITY!
Ear and Hearing Problems are among the most common problems encountered in the community.
EuroTrak is the largest comparative multi-country study on hearing loss and hearing aid usage. See the information on the low awareness of CI in UK, France and Germany. What are we doing about this?
Opening the XIII EUROCIU Symposium in Rotterdam, President Teresa Amat welcomed a packed auditorium to an inspiring conference, where accessibility was key. She emphasised the close work with CIICA and members of CIICA were very happy to contribute to this exciting event and to meet up in person with so many people!
Thanks to you all, our survey of adults with CI, in collaboration with York Uni, Toronto, had an amazing 1238 respondents. We have begun sharing the initial data and you can look here. We have much more to do with such rich data and replies!
Professor Ferdinando Grandori welcomed everyone back to Como for the first face to face HEAL conference -and CIICA was there too! The conference had its usual great interactive vibe and so good to meet up for the first time for CIICA.
Professor Connie Mayer is leading our global survey of adults with CI: what services do they receive and what would they like? We need your help! Please share the links you can find here with colleagues, friends and members and complete it before 30 April.