On this page you will find a few examples of resources we think will be useful to you in your advocacy work: in our Community Members’ pages we look forward to sharing your contributions!

It is a really good idea to share resources and see what is happening in other countries. This is crucial to advocacy work.

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LIVING GUIDELINES FOR CI FOR ADULTS

LIVING GUIDELINES FOR CI FOR ADULTS

The Living Guidelines Project aims at producing evidence based guidelines for CI in adults, to ensure that those who need CIs get the best possible services. CIICA has a role in ensuring that the user voice is heard in the development of the guidelines, and our Chair, Leo De Raeve is on the Steering Group and Chairs our CONVERSATIONS where you can have your say.
COCHLEAR IMPLANTS FOR DEAF CHILDREN

COCHLEAR IMPLANTS FOR DEAF CHILDREN

Not all children who could benefit have the access to CI or the support to fully benefit from their improved hearing. This new Information resource from CIICA and EUROCIU provides up to date information about the impact of deafness for deaf children and their families, and information and evidence about cochlear implantation in children. Helpful for both families and professionals. Available to download.
IDA’S PERSON CENTRED CARE (PCC) KNOWLEDGE BANK

IDA’S PERSON CENTRED CARE (PCC) KNOWLEDGE BANK

Person Centered Care is increasingly recognised as important in health care and the IDA Institute has been working in this area for some time. They now have some great resources to help us in our busy lives to find the information we need. It brings you studies, reports and tools. Do have a look!
Resources for Teachers of the Deaf @BATOD

Resources for Teachers of the Deaf @BATOD

The British Association of Teachers of the Deaf have many resources for teachers and parents and young people on their website. They publish annual reports about teh figures for deaf children in the UK and resources about managing Listening and Cognitive Effort. Do have a look and they are downloadable.
The Real Cost of Hearing Loss

The Real Cost of Hearing Loss

The Real Cost of Hearing Loss looks at the cost of unaddressed hearing loss to the individual and to society. It considers not only economic costs but personal costs.
EUROTRAK REPORTS ON UK,FRANCE AND GERMANY: LOW AWARENESS OF CI

EUROTRAK REPORTS ON UK,FRANCE AND GERMANY: LOW AWARENESS OF CI

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?
ONLINE TRAINING FOR RADIOGRAPHERS ABOUT CI

ONLINE TRAINING FOR RADIOGRAPHERS ABOUT CI

This is an important topic -and this training resource for radiographers has been developed to help to prevent problems happening. The resource is on line and easily available - make it known to radiographers everywhere!
THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT? MEMBERS’ VOICES

THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT? MEMBERS’ VOICES

The Pandemic has had a huge impact globally - and on those with hearing loss and those with CI. Here you can see videos from a range of CI users, families and service providers illustrating the challenges the pandemic has brought and what they have learnt from it.
Spanish  CI Students tell us what they need and demand in the pandemic

Spanish CI Students tell us what they need and demand in the pandemic

Accessibility in Education. Accessibility in the pandemic is so important - in Current Issues Lidia Best and others share their views on Accessibility. Here listen to these Spanish CI students share their issues and what they need and demand to provide Accessibility in Education