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Heather Jackson Award winner announced

Margaret Du Feu

Margaret du Feu has been awarded the Heather Jackson Award for her significant contribution to the improvement of the welfare and opportunity of deafened people. Starting in medical school, Margaret became progressively deafened by cochlear otosclerosis and is now profoundly deaf.  She had a cochlear implant in 1999. Margaret has committed her life’s work to […]

Student research into transport and hearing loss

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Can you help? University of Leeds student Liliana W. Jonni is looking for participants for her research project that forms part of her Master’s programme in Transport Planning.   She is conducting research which aims to analyse transport barriers for people with hearing loss in order to understand its influences in employment.   If you could support her work by completing her […]

Hearing Link drop-in sessions set for Edinburgh

NHS patients in Edinburgh will soon be able to access our unique support through a new pilot service. Hearing Link volunteers will be providing emotional and practical support at monthly drop-in sessions to be held at the Adult Audiology Department, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh. Our team, who all have direct experience of living with hearing loss, […]

National Association for Deafened People conference

The National Association for Deafened People (NADP) will host it’s annual conference this month. Join delegates at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, London, on Saturday 16th June from 9am-5pm. This year’s theme is ‘Maximising your potential as a deafened person – Utilising Audiology Services and Improving your Employment Opportunities.’ The morning session will look at […]

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