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In this webpage of the British Cochlear Implant Group (BCIG), you can find 39 frequently asked questions people might ask themselves about cochlear implants.

Géré par la Mutualité Française Anjou-Mayenne, le CERTA est un établissement sanitaire de Soins de Suite et de Réadaptation fonctionnelle, établissement de santé privé d’intérêt collectif (ESPIC). offre une réponse aux personnes adultes déficientes auditives, dans l’accompagnement à l’appareillage (prothèses auditives, implant cochléaire) ainsi qu’aux personnes souffrant d’acouphènes invalidants.

This webpage provides a list of assistive devices to allow elderly people to have an as independent life as they can, including vision and hearing assistive devices among many others.

This webpage explains all basic facts about cochlear implants. A cochlear implant is a small electronic device that helps people hear. A cochlear implant is not the same thing as a hearing aid. The device is surgically implanted and works in a different way.

Current trends in treating hearing loss in elderly people: a review of the technology and treatment options, a mini-review

This factsheet is for people who are considering getting a cochlear implant, or who would like information about them. The information is relevant for both adults who have hearing loss and parents of children with hearing loss.

This is the first part of a two-part article on sensory impairment in older adults. The paper focusses on all the issues surounding hearing impairment and deafness. It is especially intended for nurses but anyone intersted in elderly people and hearing loss can read it.

This webpage on hearing loss and old age answers all the questions that elderly people with hearing impairment might ask themselves and give very informative and concrete answers.