In this section you will find information about Member’s events. If you would like to share an event, please send brief information and link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our fourth CIICA LIVE event is on the topic of Adult CI Rehabilitation, an often neglected area. Adult CI users will share their thoughts about what is provided ...and what is needed. We will also hear from CI service providers- what are their issues? See how to register...
CIICA CONVERSATIONS are a new opportunity to discuss issues important to you in a small group – maximum 20.
Our first CIICA conversation discussed the impact of the pandemic on services – considering the issues faced by users and those who deliver services and be led by Anita Grover, CEO of AVUK, and an implant user herself.
This, our third CIICA LIVE event, explored the evidence for the cost-effective arguments for CI, the success of the Spend2Save arguments, and specific examples of challenge and success in funding CI provision globally by advocacy groups. 122 registrants from 34 countries shared the energising presentations.
The pdfs and captioned videos of the energising presentations are here.
"Generating a collective conscience." Joan Zamora, Spain
Wednesday 7 July saw over 100 registered from 32 countries exploring how effective user led advocacy can change CI provision. The pdfs of the presentations are here- and the presentations themselves are now available. See next page.
Dominique Sturz, Patient Advocate Usher Syndrome & Rare Diseases shares some upcoming global events about Usher which are relevant to the CI community and explains why they are important. If you are interested in Usher these will be helpful to you.
The European Symposium on Paediatric Cochlear Implantation, ESPCI 2021, will be online from Budapest, Hungary from 27 -30 October 2021. This is the only international CI event which emphasises the involvement of families and young people - have a look and register!
We were delighted that our first CIICA LIVE session on 5 May attracted 145 registrants from 30 countries and provoked much discussion and feedback! CIICA is ALIVE and KICKING was the view.....
The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is pleased that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted our proposal to hold a Patient-Focused Drug Development (PFDD) meeting.
PORA! is a communication platform for parents and therapists about various topics concerning the education and (re)habilitation of children with cochlear implants.