Tuesday 17 January at 08:00

The brain can reorganize itself in the face of a traumatic injury or a sensory disability. For example, in deaf mammals, the auditory processing neurons of the brain may be rewired to handle other stimuli. But we haven’t been able to figure out if this reorganization is task-specific—will the circuits be recruited to do the same tasks?—or more general.
A recent study published in PNAS

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In the news
Wed 04 January
Smartphone app used for hearing loss screening in South
Thu 22 December
Tilt head to hear more at Christmas
Wed 21 December
Deaf Student speaks out for better support for students
Tue 20 December
People with hearing loss four times more likely to be
Mon 19 December
Deaf researcher improving the lives of Deaf people with
Fri 16 December
Pope signs Christmas message

Monday 16 January

Gloucestershire Deaf Association (GDA) has received £3,684 to fund pilot sessions of a deaf friendly forest school to support deaf children and young people in the county.
The donation was provided by the Santander Foundation, which offers Discovery Grants to UK registered charities for projects that help disadvantaged people in local communities. GDA is an award-winning local charity,

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The national deafblind charity, Sense, has produced an instructional video for sport coaches and instructors,

Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) from the

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) has launched three new sets of information resources in time for


A thirty-something girl living in the big city, Deafinitely Girly gives a light-hearted but revealing account

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