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Sunday, July 10th: Webinar – Famous people with hearing loss and cochlear implants. Aesthetical aspects of cochlear implantation.

July 8th, 2011 by | Tags: | Comments Off

Dear parents, teachers and friends!

You are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming Sunday meeting on July 10th!

Where?: the Lehnhardt Academy LiveOnline conference room. Please mind the following login guidelines:

The link to the Live Online room is mentioned in the respective event posting. Please login 10 min before the event at least. After you click the login-link, the login windows opens. Allow the Java application to start (if Java is not installed, the system will ask you to download the recent version), and wait (sometimes some 20-30 seconds). In the login window, enter your name (ordinary spelling, spacing allowed), and location (e.g. John Smith-London). No need to enter a password. Then, just click on the ‘Login’ button. Enjoy communicating with other participants of the meeting.

Support: in case of need please get in touch with the information manager of the Lehnhardt Academy via skype (a.slukhai).

When: Sunday, July 10th, 12 PM EST/5 PM London time/20:00 Moscow time.

Topic:

Famous people with hearing loss and cochlear implants. Aesthetical aspects of cochlear implantation.

During this session, you will learn about the challenges that some world-class celebrities have had to overcome on their path towards success and recognition after an onset of deafness. Also, in ‘Aesthetical aspects of cochlear implantation’ we will tell you of all possible ways of adding visual appeal to your child’s cochlear implant. This is a way of boosting the confidence and comfort of children and teenagers, who feel a strong need to customize and individualize gadgets they use to reflect their personality.

Language: Russian, English. Consecutive interpretation will be provided.

In case you have questions, please post them as comments to this blog entry.

We look forward to seeing you!

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