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World Report on Hearing

Help people to reconnect and thrive.

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Youth Hearing loss Report

It's Hearing Awareness Month!

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Listen Up NZ

2019 Report 

The Listen Up New Zealand Report outlines the results from NFDHH's pilot study, in which we held Hearing Screenings at 3 New Zealand secondary schools in 2019.

Listen Hear! New Zealand Report 2017

A ground-breaking and comprehensive study that exposes the economic impact of hearing loss in New Zealand. It shows that around 18.5% of New Zealanders have hearing loss and that the total cost of hearing loss in New Zealand is estimated at 4.9 billion.

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), also known as central deafness) is a hearing disorder that affects how the brain processes speech. To learn more about APD and to access the latest national guidelines for APD, click the button below.


Tinnitus causes people to perceive a sound, often ringing, in the ears. It can be caused by an injury, some form of hearing loss, or can appear without warning.

While there is no cure for tinnitus, it can be managed with treatment options available that can give immense relief. 

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