CI user groups
EURO-CIU (The European Association of Cochlear Implant Users) is a non-governmental and non-profit association, established in Luxembourg in 1995. EURO-CIU consists of national member associations from across Europe and represents around 220,000 cochlear implant (CI) users, approximately 60% of whom are adults and 40% children.
EURO-CIU ‘s mission is to increase access to the gift of hearing provided by cochlear implantation through awareness and research.
Established and run by adult CI users HCCIG is a support network where implantees, potential implantees and parents of children with cochlear implants can exchange information and discuss all aspects of cochlear implants in a social environment.
The NCIUA was established to provide practical support to implant users, their family and friends. It encourages best practice in the provision of cochlear implants, rehabilitation, aftercare and appropriate educational opportunities for children, campaigns to increase awareness of the benefits of cochlear implants, liaises with CI manufacturers and fosters and maintains links with related organisations.
We share links with an organisation similar to CICS in New Zealand. They have allowed us to add their website here.