Wednesday, 16 September 2020, 11:02 am Press Release: Joint Press Release New Zealand’s two providers of cochlear implant services today cautiously welcomed the National Party pledge that, if elected, it will increase the number of adult cochlear implants from 40 to 100 per year. Southern Cochlear Implant Programme (SCIP) Chief Executive, Neil Heslop, said that…Details
The Southern Hearing Charitable Trust is holding its AGM on Tuesday 27 October 2020 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. This sheet provides advice about the services the SCIP will be providing at Alert Level 1. While many restrictions have been removed, we would remind people of the “golden rules” under Level 1; If you are sick, stay home If you have cold or flu-like symptoms…Details
Change of role title for Neil Heslop Tēnā koutou, At its Board meeting on 4 August the Southern Hearing Charitable Trust Board unanimously approved a change in role title from General Manager to Chief Executive for Neil Heslop. For administrative simplicity, the change has been backdated to be effective from 1 July 2020. Neil was…Details
A copy of this notice can be downloaded here. From midday August 12 the Auckland region moved to alert Level 3 and the rest of the country moved to alert Level 2 after a new outbreak of COVID-19 cases. On August 14 the Prime Minister announced that the current settings of Alert Level 3 in…Details
Our latest (June 2020) Newsletter is now available for viewing and download. As is usual, the Newsletter will also be emailed to those people we hold details for. Anyone we don’t hold an email address for will receive a hard copy by post. We’ll also have a link on our Facebook page. Enjoy the read!Details