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Blog: Staying connected at Christmas – managing social gatherings

By Hearing Link In the third day of our festive blog series, we offer some tips for managing social gatherings at Christmas time. Christmas can be a social time of year, and when you have hearing loss, this may leave you more feeling more exhausted than usual. Groups of people, having to constantly lipread, background […]

Meet the members: Loughborough Lipreading Group

Loughborough Lipreading GroupLoughborough Lipreading Group is a large and friendly class of mixed-ability for people with varying degrees of hearing loss. Before COVID, the group held regular face-to-face lipreading classes.  Like many other social groups, they were no longer able to meet up together in person once the social distancing measures were imposed at local and national […]

Blog: Amy Morton – Living with hearing loss

By Amy Morton My name is Amy Morton. I am married and have two children aged 8 and 6, I’m a Holistic Therapist by trade. I have had a hearing loss from birth due to a virus my mum had whilst pregnant with me. The virus caused my nerves to be damaged, so unfortunately, all […]

Cochlear implant users needed for Covid-19 study

Please note: This survey has now closed. The Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre is looking for adults who use at least one cochlear implant to assist in a new research. The study aims to better understand the impact that the measures introduced to combat the spread of COVID-19, such as the use of face-masks and the […]

Get your ‘Boogie’ on with our eWriter range!

As this month marks Deaf Awareness Week we are promoting successful communication in our online shop. To join our Personal Awareness Kit deal, you can also grab one of our helpful Boogie Board eWriters. These paperless alternatives to notepads and pens, are available in two sizes. Simply jot down your note or phrase on the […]

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