Some of our fantastic volunteers will be manning a stand at this years Spring Fling, taking place at the Eric Liddell Centre in south Edinburgh. We invite you to come along, chat with our volunteers and learn how Hearing Link can help you or anyone you know who is living with hearing loss. We will […]
NADP (National Association of Deafened People) and EFHOH (Europe Federation of Hard of Hearing People) announce their joint Conference to be held on the 6th May 2017 in Friends House, Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ. This international event is a unique opportunity to meet delegates from hard of hearing community across Europe […]
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TIM LYE has one message for his tinnitus — on your bike. The 41-year-old, who has mild tinnitus in one ear and severe in the other, found his life altered by the condition, but is now learning to live with it thanks to finding a passion for cycling. Tim, from Derby, has had mild tinnitus […]
Parties often mean loud music, background buzzing, and many people are speaking at once. When you have hearing loss, these distractions can get in the way of having fun. Advocate Shari Eberts shares her best advice on how to enjoy parties, even with impaired hearing. I always loved parties — gathering with friends and family, […]
There is a growing awareness and greater installation of hearing loops, particularly in the retail environment. Banks, pharmacies and other personal-service retailers rely on good interaction and accurate communication with their customers and have been keen to install systems in their branches. Supermarkets have expanded their availability, with some larger retailers now offering hearing loops […]