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If you want information about cochlear implants in Dutch, it is recommended that you go to ONICI (Onafhankelijk Informatiecentrum over Cochleaire Implantatie)

www.onici.be

or email info@onici.be
With thanks to Leo de Raeve of ONICI



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If you are looking at getting an implant or you have one yourself, you might want to get in touch with the Dutch Bionic Ear Association. The mission of the Bionic Ear Association is to improve the quality of life of persons impacted by hearing loss through education, awareness, mentoring and support services relating to cochlear implants. The Bionic Ear Association has a team of clinicians and volunteers onboard, all of whom are dedicated to helping others to hear and be heard. Go to www.HoorReis.nl or email hoor-nl@advancedbionics.com

Also available from Advanced Bionics on their European website in the Professionals section:

You need to register first and then wait to receive a password.

  • What is a cochlear implant?
  • Bionic Buddy colouring book
  • Poster "Hearing with a cochlear implant"
  • Identification card
  • Tools for Parents
  • Tools for Schools
  • Tools for Professionals
  • Cochlear Implants in the Classroom
  • Using an FM system with a cochlear implant
  • Quality Assessment Questionnaire
  • Loudness Scale
  • Music Time
  • Steps Package
  • As well as all the product brochures for Harmony, Auria and PSP

    The NEAP assessment package is also available in Dutch from The Ear Foundation.



    The Ear Foundation Limited. Registered office: Marjorie Sherman House, 83 Sherwin Road, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2FB.

    A company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales number 3482779, registered charity number 1068077