IFHOH Journal Dec 2020
The new IFHOH Journal is out!
Read about the coming World Hearing Day and the World Report on Hearing, Small grants for the World Hearing Day, the IFHOH Inclusive Education Project, and much more...
WHD-WRH Communication Toolkit
World Hearing Day (WHD) 2021 will be on March 3rd, 2021. The World Report on Hearing (WRH) will be published on this day. The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a communication toolkit for the dissemination of the WRH.
IFHOH 2nd CI webinar - 2 Feb 2021
Cochlear Implant (CI) Experiences and Best Practice Tips for anyone who wants to know more about them. Several experts will explain the important things to know and answer your questions.
IFHOH Inclusive Education Projects in
Uganda and Nepal
Here is IFHOH summary paper about these inclusive education projects
Congratulations to our friends in IFHOH regions for new newsletters:
EFHOH is the Europe region of IFHOH.
APFHD is the Asia Pacific region of IFHOH.
IFHOH and WFD joint statement:
ASR is not ready for TRS and Captions
ASR (Automatic Speech Recognition) is a promising AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology, but it is not yet ready for TRS (Telephone Relay System) service and for Captioning service.
IFHOH-WFD-IFHOHYP-WFDYS Statement 31-Aug-2020
Statement on Accessible Communication for
Deaf and Hard of Hearing People during COVID-19 Pandemic.
Hearing Loops and Telecoils: When will they become obsolete?
International Hearing Access Committee (IHAC), had published its first statement. According to this statement, Hearing Loops and Telecoils should not be replaced by new technologies, before these new technologies are fully matured and carefully examined by end users.
Initiated by IFHOH and hosted by DSB, the 4th International Accessibility Conference on Hearing Loops and Hearing Technology (Future Loops), was a great success. At the end of the conference, IFHOH, DSB and EFHOH signed a conference statement about accessibility for HOH persons in large venues (October 2017)
IFHOH Press Release May 30, 2017:
WHO (World Health Organization) adopted an important resolution about hearing loss and hearing care.