RESULTS
Distance Learning: Lessons from a Teacher, Parent and Cochlear Implant Recipient

Distance Learning: Lessons from a Teacher, Parent and Cochlear Implant Recipient

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“It started as a normal school day but by lunchtime on Friday, March 13, we learned that our class field trip for the following Monday was cancelled. My second-grade class was understandably disappointed. I assured them that we would have a fun day on Monday and hopefully our field trip could be rescheduled. That afternoon, … Continued

Cochlear Americas announces the national “Hear-O of the Year” winner and the “Community Hear-O” winners for 2019

Cochlear Americas announces the national “Hear-O of the Year” winner and the “Community Hear-O” winners for 2019

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  “This year’s recognition may be different, but it was such a surprise! My husband was trying to pry me away from my work laptop (I am a special education teacher) and I was very resistant. He told me I had to go outside. I didn’t understand why. When I went out there, I was … Continued

Going the distance—Cochlear Volunteers connect digitally

Going the distance—Cochlear Volunteers connect digitally

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Cochlear Volunteers have always devoted their time to reaching out to those with hearing loss to assist them in their journeys. Even now, while we’re practicing social distancing, our volunteers are going the extra mile to be a beacon of light to others who may feel isolated, lonely or stressed. Our dedicated, compassionate and generous … Continued

Our Volunteers

Good Vibes Only: Random Acts of Kindness Week

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This phrase was scrawled on a placemat in a restaurant in Sausalito, CA in 1982 by Anne Herbert. Shortly thereafter, Herbert’s book Random Acts of Kindness, was published and thus began a movement to quietly spread compassion and beauty through good deeds toward others, encouraging a chain reaction of benevolence. National Acts of Kindness Week … Continued

Honoring the MLK Day of Service: A Volunteer’s Journey of Caring

Honoring the MLK Day of Service: A Volunteer’s Journey of Caring

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“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: what are you doing for others?” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Taking place each year on the third Monday in January, the MLK Day of Service is observed as a national holiday—a “day on, not a day off.” Today we’re honoring the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin … Continued

2017 Cochlear Volunteers

Cheers to the Power of Cochlear Volunteers

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As we enter 2018, it’s the perfect time to reflect back on memorable moments from the past year. The stories of others achieving their goal of better hearing are always the highlights of every year for us here at Cochlear. What is equally extraordinary and inspiring is the impact that our volunteers make in helping … Continued