Hearing support sessions

If you or someone close to you has hearing loss, or you are experiencing a change in your hearing, you may benefit from the advice of our peer support volunteers via drop-in sessions held across the UK.

Emotional and practical support

If you are looking to talk in confidence to someone who understands the changes in your hearing – we can help. Our trained peer volunteers are on hand to offer emotional and practical support about different aspects of living with and managing your hearing.

You can also find out more about hearing loss, where to access technology that could support you day-to-day and information about local services that are available.

When and where?

Throughout the UK

We can provide support sessions during some of our community days which are held throughout the UK.. Please contact us to enquire about upcoming dates close to you.


Mycenae House, London: Join our volunteer on the second Thursday of each month from 1-3pm at the Wellbeing Cafe at Mycenae House, 90 Mycanae Road, Blackheath, SE3 7SE. Ask us your questions about hearing loss and how our services can help you.


Central Library, Edinburgh: Come along and meet our volunteers on the second Monday of each month, from 1.30-3.30pm. Download our flyer to find out more. MAY 2022 UPDATE: due to essential building works at the Central Library, we will not be able to run our May session in Edinburgh. The schedule resumes as normal in June 2022. We apologise for any disappointment or inconvenience.

HALO project – Audiology department, Lauriston Buildings, Edinburgh: We are currently not running any sessions, but hope to resume these sessions soon. Updates for this service will be published here. These sessions are supported by NHS Lothian and Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership.

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