The Southern Hearing Charitable Trust (SHCT) has among its objects a desire to increase the attainability of cochlear implants for members of the general public who would benefit from the same, and to provide the opportunity for each individual to reach their full potential particularly in respect of their auditory-verbal skills. The SHCT has a…Details
This Friday (15 November) is Canterbury Anniversary (Show) day and so a public holiday. The SCIP clinic in Christchurch will be CLOSED for all services on Friday as a result. Patients who normally use our Christchurch (Milford Chambers) clinic with URGENT needs should contact our Queens Drive (Lower Hutt) clinic as follows; Email: email@example.com Phone:…Details
Please find here a link to details of our Christmas and New Year Hours for 2019-20. If you are a patient, both clinics will be closed on certain days over the Xmas and New Year period. Details about how you can still get support if you have trouble with your cochlear implant system during this…Details
Users of the iPhone streaming or MFi capabilities for Nucleus® 7 have reported issues with streaming and pairing after updating to iOS13 on their Apple device. Streaming and pairing issues commenced with the release of iOS13 and are not related to the Nucleus Smart Apps or Cochlear’s Sound Processors. Cochlear is working with Apple to…Details
The Southern Hearing Charitable Trust is holding its AGM on Wednesday 23 October 2019 at its Milford Chambers rooms in Christchurch. Details can be found here.
The Spring (September 2019) Newsletter is available now for download. The Newsletter will 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