Hearing Information Days

Our popular Hearing Information Days will return this summer offering information and support to people with hearing loss, and their families.

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, incorporating Hearing Link Services, launched these events in 2022 as part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, and due to their success, we will host two more events in 2023.

Hearing Information Days are an opportunity for anyone with hearing loss, their families, and friends to meet people who have benefitted from our services, and some of the many peer support volunteers who are a key part of our operations.

Visitors can also learn more about how we train hearing dogs and our wide range of personalised services including a Helpdesk, LinkUp support groups and products to support hearing.

There will also be a chance to browse our exhibition stands which may include lipreading tutors, audiology services, assistive technology to use alongside hearing aids, and other practical information. Full list of exhibitors to be confirmed.

Our Hearing Information Days will take place:-

  • At The Beatrice Wright Centre in Bielby (near York) on Saturday 15 July (11-3pm)
  • At *The Grange in Saunderton, near Princes Risborough, Bucks, on Friday 29 September (11am-4pm)

Angie Southcott, Director of Hearing Loss Services, said: “Our inaugural Hearing Information Days last summer were extremely popular.

“It was lovely to welcome many new and familiar faces to our events so they could find out more about our services, connect with others and meet providers who could support them on their hearing journey.

“We look forward to welcoming more visitors to our 2023 events and support them as the begin or continue to seek solutions to living well with hearing loss.”

Hearing Information Days are free to attend. Booking is encouraged – please register your interest below.

*Please note: For our event at The Grange we will host two sessions on the day – morning and afternoon. The content will be the same for both sessions.

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