Getting it right for hearing
Getting it right for hearing

Sally Shaw: Scottish Sensory and Equality Champion

Sally Shaw, founding director of Ideas for Ears, has been crowned Scottish Sensory and Equality Champion of the Year.  The award recognises the person who has made the greatest contribution to sensory loss and equality in Scotland. It was made…

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Paper is published by International Journal of Audiology

International Journal of Audiology has published a paper on the clinical trials of the Goshawk mobile phone technology. The paper was co-authored by Sally…

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From clinical trial to audacious new phone solution

Team effort: project team delivering the clinical trials included Sally Shaw of Ideas for Ears Over the past four years, Ideas for Ears has…

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Audacious sneak preview

Want to help test a brand new phone service? People with hearing loss are invited to help test a ground-breaking phone service before it…

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Ideas for Ears captures the attention of students

Four students from the Glasgow School for Business and Society (GSBS) at Glasgow Caledonian University, have been studying Ideas for Ears.  Calum MacNeil, Jill Turner,…

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Scottish Parliament debate

Glad news!  The need for more and better hearing access, the importance of the Hearing Access Protocol and the work of Ideas for Ears…

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Hearing access to be debated in Scottish Parliament

We are delighted that hearing access is to be debated in the Scottish Parliament as part of a motion recognising World Hearing Day and…

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Gamification project to assist hearing access

Ideas for Ears is collaborating with researchers at University of Dundee on the development of a digital tool that will help to make group discussions…

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Brogan – In at the deep end!

Post by Brogan Young, University of Stirling student who is on placement with Ideas for Ears   On Wednesday the 6th of January, a…

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Hearing Awareness Week 2019

Hearing Awareness Week will this year run 3 to 9 March, 2019. It originated in Australia but has now been adopted in Scotland to provide…

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