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Survey: Support in the workplace for people with hearing loss and tinnitus

Action on Hearing Loss (AOHL) has launched a survey to find out what support deaf, and people with hearing loss and tinnitus receive in the workplace. Five million people of working age are deaf or have hearing loss or tinnitus, but little is known about the support people are getting – or not getting – […]

Hearing loss blogger publishes new e-book

Hearing loss blogger Shari Eberts publishes new e-bookHearing health advocate, writer, speaker and the founder of LivingWithHearingLoss.com has launched a new e-book. Shari Eberts, who is based in the US, has launched her latest publication “Person-Centered Care from the Patient’s Perspective.”, which is based on a series of articles she recently wrote for the Ida Institute. Shari has an adult-onset genetic hearing […]

Survey: Experiences sought from students with hearing loss

Glasgow Caledonian University student, Laura Aitken is conducting research for her (BSc Hons) Applied Psychology degree. The aim of her research is to investigate perceived attitudes that deaf students face from hearing students, and how these perceived attitudes influence social exclusion, self-esteem and mental wellbeing of the deaf students. Participants must reside in the UK […]

Pleased to say I was wrong

I mentioned some time ago that Sue wrote ‘Deaf Rider’ across the back of her hi-viz riding vest and I was, frankly, a little unsure about that. Would some people (you know the type) regard that information as a means for making fun of her? I’m delighted to have been proved an idiot. It’s not […]

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