Our services are more needed than ever, and we’re trying our best to adapt so we can continue helping people with hearing loss and their families and friends. Firstly, from all of us at Hearing Link, we sincerely hope you, and those close to you, are all safe and well. We understand how difficult things […]
Margaret du Feu has been awarded the Heather Jackson Award for her significant contribution to the improvement of the welfare and opportunity of deafened people. Starting in medical school, Margaret became progressively deafened by cochlear otosclerosis and is now profoundly deaf. She had a cochlear implant in 1999. Margaret has committed her life’s work to […]
People with sensory loss in Fife can find out more about the types of assistive technology that could help them at a new series of event taking place across the region. Visitors to the Technology Days can find out more about useful products that are helpful and on the move. The events are being run in partnership […]
Head over to the Hearing Link shop in March and grab yourself a bargain with our latest offer. Buy our ‘I have a hearing loss’ wristband and badge for just £2, saving £1 in this saver deal. Head over to our online shop at: https://shop.hearinglink.org/special-offer-i-have-a-hearing-loss-badge-and-wristband-multi-deal-284-p.asp Delivery charges are extra. Offer lasts 01.03.18 until 31.03.18.
Part two and the conclusion of our mini blog series to mark International Cochlear Implant Day (25th February). Marc Van Cartier-Kerr continues his cochlear implant story. Part two: Bringing back my world I had just started a new job and it seemed to be going well. I was missing a lot, but people were being very […]
Hearing Link volunteers in Northern Ireland are launching a new hearing loss group this month. Join them at Corr’s Corner, 315 Ballyclare Road, Newtownabbey on Thursday 22nd February from 7-9pm. Further meetings will take place on the last Thursday of each month. The friendly and welcoming group provides information and support for people experiencing changes […]