ATLA Conference 2023

It was lovely to attend the Association of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults (ATLA) Conference in London.

If you visited our information stand, it was great to meet you and we hope you found the information shared about our Hearing Link Services to be of interest and useful.


We offered a sample of our literature on our stand which detailed how our range of personalised services can support your students and their families.

If you would like to place an order for hard copies of these resources for your lipreading group / class, please visit our resources page and fill in the webform and we’ll send them out in the post.

Alternatively, you can download electronic copies.

Membership – FREE for one year!

Every delegate who visited our stand this year is invited to join Hearing Link Services as a member, FOR *FREE, for 12 months. You can join our charity family as an individual, concessionary or lipreading group.

As a member, you will receive our welcome pack, and throughout the year the following benefits:

  • Our biannual feature magazine InTouch
  • A regular Hearing Link Services e-newsletter and member’s update
  • 15% discount in our online shop
  • Priority access to content and events
  • Dedicated members portal.
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If you join us as a lipreading group, we will be able to send you enough copies of our literature for your entire class. Additionally, you can choose how many copies of our feature magazine inTouch for everyone to read and enjoy, twice a year!

We will also create your own webpage where you can advertise your classes and showcase the work you do! And, if you students wish to show their support for our charity, they can access our membership for for a discounted rate of £15 a year.

As part of our membership family, you’ll be connecting to a well-established network of people with hearing loss, including a growing community of industry professionals.

To join, simply complete our online application or fill out the paper copy you received at the conference.

Postal applications can be sent to: Membership Team, Hearing Link Services, The Grange, Wycombe Road, Saunderton, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, HP27 9NS.

*This offer is open to new membership applications only. Value of membership depends on subscription chosen.

Working together

At Hearing Link Services, we want to work with you and your students to ensure they can live well with their hearing loss and make informed choices throughout their hearing journey.

If you would like to explore the ways you can work with Hearing Link Services please get in touch.

Hearing Loss Community Days

We work in communities throughout the UK offering information and support to both the individual with hearing loss, and their families and friends.

We connect with people, wherever possible, at 1-1 sessions, through talks, or at events such as a our Hearing Loss Community Days.

We host up to 100 of these days throughout the year. They offer a great platform to talk to people with hearing loss about different tactics, services and products that could help them.

If you would like the opportunity to attend an event near you to talk about the benefits of lipreading, please get in touch by emailing

To find out the dates of Hearing Loss Community Days for 2023/24, visit

Other ways we can work together

There are lots of other ways we can support the work of each other’s organisation. Here’s how we can help you and your students:

  • Referrals: Provide information so you are able to signpost your students to our services
  • Talks: Find out more about our work by requesting a presentation from one of our volunteers – online or in person – to talk about our range of services
  • Literature: Request promotional literature to promote our services to your students.

Start your journey today

If you would like to explore working with Hearing Link Services, please do get in touch by emailing 

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