Our last Hearing Information Day of 2023!
The date of our final Hearing Information Day is fast approaching and it’s going to be a busy one! We’ve got so many things happening on the day centred around helping people with hearing loss – we think it’ll be our best one yet.
Hearing Information Days are for anyone with hearing loss, their families, and friends to find out more about the Charity, information about hearing and how we can support you on your hearing loss journey.
This event is being held at our home in Saunderton, Buckinghamshire on Friday 29th September.
Firstly, we have so many fantastic exhibitors attending the day, each one offering valuable advice and support – Aston Hearing Services, Help in Hearing, Speaksee, Advanced Bionics, Phonak, Resound, Buckinghamshire Adult Learning, Thames Valley Police – Deaf Link Officer, and Association of Lipspeakers.
Aston Hearing and Help in Hearing will also be conducting free hearing tests throughout the day and giving advice on ear health!
We have demonstrations taking place including two Helpful Hours sessions covering the topic of ‘How to get the most from your audiology appointment’ to showcase our brand-new service. Be one of the first people to attend this Helpful Hour with our in-person session at our Hearing Information Day.
The Helpful Hours demonstrations will be held at two different times, one at 11:45am for the morning attendees and the other at 2pm for our afternoon ticket holders.
On top of all that, we’ll also be hosting ‘Have A Go’ demonstrations with a hearing dog at 1pm and 3:30pm. You will be able to see first-hand how our incredible hearing dogs are trained to alert their partners to different sounds.
Book your free place
If you haven’t booked your Hearing Information Day ticket yet, we have a limited number available for our afternoon session (2-4pm). But you’ll need to be quick!
Book your free place here: hearinglink.org/infodays
Important information for our guests:
- Parking is available for use in the main charity car park. This is accessible via Wycombe Road, then Haw Lane.
- There are accessible (and blue badge) spaces available. Please follow the signage.
- The ground under foot can be uneven in places. Our hearing dog demonstration also takes place on a grassy area. Please take care when walking.
- We operate a non-smoking site.
- No pet dogs allowed. Assistance dogs on leads.
- Please be aware of some possible vehicle movement.
- Communication support (e.g. hearing loops) will be provided.
- Directional signage is in place to help navigate your way to our event exhibition area. Ours volunteers and members of staff will be visible to you. They will be wearing burgundy t-shirts, lanyards and identifying badges. They will be happy to assist you.
- The Grange Restaurant will be open on the day from 9am-4pm. Tables must be booked in advance at thegrangesaunderton.org.uk to avoid disappointment.
Do you have a query about your hearing loss or our services? Our Helpdesk team is here to provide answers.