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Gaming session for hearing aid users

The University of Nottingham is hosting a session next week for hearing aid users interested in gaming.

The session is part of the university’s 3D Tune-In project which has developed a digital game and a website application for adults with hearing aids. One is a game that is designed to teach people with hearing aids about how making changes to hearing aid settings might enable them to hear more clearly in different environments.

The website aims to help people with hearing aids to better enjoy music by making changes to hearing aid settings.

The session will take place on Wednesday 14th March from 2.30-4.30pm at the University of Nottingham.

IF you are aged 19 and over and willing to remove your hearing aids to game, the team want to hear from you.  At the 90-minute session you’ll get to:

  • Test the digital apps and tell us what you think!
  • Refreshments will be provided
  • And you’ll receive a £10 voucher on completion of the session

For more details, please contact Maddy Hallewell by emailing or call/text 07835 119264.