The Southern Hearing Charitable Trust is holding its AGM on Tuesday 19 October 2021 at 5.30 pm at its Milford Chambers rooms in Christchurch. Details can be found here.
A copy of this notice can be downloaded here. From 11.59 pm 7 September 2021 the entire country except Auckland will move to Alert Level 2. Here we provide advice about the services the SCIP will be providing at Alert Level 2. These guidelines are in accordance with government mandated requirements; they are designed to…Details
At 11.59 pm on Tuesday 31 August, the regions supported by SCIP will move to Alert Level 3. Under Alert Level 3 we are still not able to provide in-person patient appointments at either our Christchurch or Lower Hutt clinics unless these are deemed URGENT. Travel for patients is limited, particularly when travelling outside your own…Details
The country will remain in Level 4 until Tuesday 24 August at which time this will be reviewed. SCIP services are unfortunately cancelled on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 August; these will be re-scheduled. For those with appointments Wednesday through Friday next week we will contact you on Monday 23 August for an update and…Details
Do you have a cochlear implant or hearing aids and are about to enter tertiary education, training, or already studying? Then you could be eligible for a $5000 scholarship with the Southern Hearing Charitable Trust. Eligibility Criteria Permanent hearing loss using a cochlear implant or hearing aids Enrolled in a NZQA endorsed course, or trades…Details
New Zealand’s two cochlear implant providers are delighted that today’s Budget finally includes a sustained funding increase to better meet the growing demand for these life-changing devices. Southern Cochlear Implant Programme chief executive Neil Heslop says, “We have been campaigning for years for a long-term, sustainable funding increase to meet the growing backlog and demand…Details