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Sound Scouts is the tablet game designed to test kids’ hearing at home

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If a child’s hearing issues go undiagnosed, they can often struggle at school and fall behind.

The startup Sounds Scouts hopes to make hearing tests more accessible through an interactive tablet game kids can play at home, ensuring that hearing problems are diagnosed and addressed.

The Australian-based startup, founded by Carolyn Mee, graduated from the disability technology-focused Remarkable accelerator this Monday. According to Mee, the program’s masterclasses were particularly helpful. 

“[They] made us more strategic in our thinking,” she said. “I absolutely feel better placed to tackle the next step.” Read more…

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