The aim of Hearoes is to help those of all ages who are going through the rehabilitation process feel confident with learning new sounds and words. It has already helped hundreds of people on their hearing journey who are able to learn and feel confidence with the new sounds around them.

BRONWYN ROUT, CHAIR OF THE BOARD
CAMERON MILLER, DEPUTY CHAIR

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What would it be like to have to learn to hear? This is the question that faced Deaf software engineer Elliot Miller, who used a Deaf Services Life Enrichment Grant to develop Hearoes, a ground-breaking auditory training app for cochlear implant recipients now being used by the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

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