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Research into sensory impairment & pharmaceutical care of older people – Scotland

The Scottish Sensory Hub at the Health and Social Care Alliance is collaborating with the University of Strathclyde on a research project focused on the improving the pharmaceutical care of older people with sensory loss. The title of the study is SIPA2: Sensory Impairment and the Pharmaceutical Care of Older People and it is led […]

HEAR Today exhibition to take place in Kent

An exhibition that focuses on technology and services designed to make life easier for people with hearing loss will take place this month (September) in Orpington, Kent. The HEAR Today exhibition will take place on Saturday 18th September at Orpington Methodist Church, 19 Sevenoaks Rd, Orpington BR6 9JH from 10-4pm. Admission to the event is […]

Meet our volunteer at Mycenae House, London

If you are worried about your hearing and live in London, why not drop in and meet a Hearing Link volunteer for hearing loss support and information? We will be at Wellbeing Cafe at Mycenae House, 90 Mycanae Road, Blackheath, SE3 7SE on the second Thursday of every month for a friendly chat from 1.30-3.30pm. […]

Get onboard with new initiative

The views of train passengers with hearing loss are being sought to help the development of a new app commissioned by the Department of Transport. We know that travelling by train with any level of hearing loss can be a challenging experience. The new app aims to deliver real-time onboard announcements directly to the passenger’s […]

Hearing Loss Community Day – Worcester

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and Hearing Link are hosting a Hearing Loss Community Day in Worcester next month. Join us at Worcester Golf and Country Club on Monday 13th September from 11-3pm. Our event is open to members of the public looking to manage hearing loss for themselves or a loved one. Our Hearing […]

Scottish Government consultation – A national care service

The Scottish Government has launched a consultation which sets out its proposals to improve the way they deliver social care in Scotland. Social care includes support for people with physical disability, learning disabilities or mental health conditions, older people and those with dementia, people with or recovering from addictions, those who are, have been or […]

Have your say on the future of the benefits system

A new Health and Disability Green Paper has been launched by the UK Government which will pave the way for a fairer future of the benefits system to better meet the needs of disabled people and those with health conditions. The consultation includes changes which could: Enable independent living and testing the role of advocacy […]

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