Hearing Link

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 […]

Hearing Access Protocols launched in Glasgow

Sally Shaw, director of Ideas for Ears, and Hearing Link volunteer May WoodHearing Link was delighted to be invited along to the launch of new protocols for better access to meetings and events for people with hearing loss recently.  Our volunteer May Wood (pictured) and staff member Alison Coyle attended the Ideas for Ears event hosted by Volunteer Scotland in their CommUnity Bubble Tent at Go Live at Glasgow Green.  The event marked […]

Residential programme comes to Glasgow

Our first residential Self Management Programme (SMP) took place in Glasgow recently (2nd-4th September). In a change to our recent SMPs, which typically take place one day a month for three consecutive months, this course was held over one weekend. Thank you to everyone – and Ginger the hearing dog – who attended. A huge thanks also to our wonderful volunteers who led […]

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