Hearing Information Days
Join us for our free Hearing Information Days taking place in 2023.
What is a Hearing Information Day?
Hearing Information Days are our showcase event that welcome anyone with hearing loss, their families, and friends to find out more about charity’s services and how we can support you on your hearing loss journey.
What happens at a Hearing Information Day?
This wonderful event is a chance to find out lots of information about hearing loss and how you can manage it. You will:
- Meet people who have benefitted from our wide range of services
- Get support and information from our network of peer support volunteers who are a key part of our service delivery
- Learn more about our range of personalised services including a Helpdesk, LinkUp support groups and products to support hearing
- Find out more about how we train life-changing hearing dogs.
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.
We are also presenting our new service Helpful Hours which is part of your ticket booking. Come along and enjoy our first session – designed and delivered by our peer support volunteers – called ‘How to get the most from your audiology appointment‘.
There will also be a chance to find out more about our wonderful hearing dogs and take part in our ‘Have a Go’ session where you can see first-hand the life-changing and helpful ways they can alert you to sounds in your home.
For our event at The Grange, local hearing care providers Aston Hearing Services and Help in Hearing will be offering free hearing checks, and a chance to speak to them about ear health and any changes in your hearing.
Where will they take place?
Our next Hearing Information Day will take place The Grange in Saunderton, near Princes Risborough, Bucks, on Friday 29 September (11am-4pm).
There are two bookable sessions 11am-1pm (now fully booked) and 2pm-4pm. Both sessions have the same content. Booking is essential, only a limited number of places are available for our afternoon session.
How much does it cost?
Hearing Information Days are free to attend. We do encourage that you book your place in advance by completing the registration form below.
Book your free place here
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