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Product of the month – Hearing Link wristband

Show your support for Hearing Link or alert others to your hearing loss with our product of the month for November. Our ‘I have a hearing loss’ wristbands are available in four colours – dark blue, blue, orange and green. They are a subtle, visual alert to others which express your communication needs.  Our wristbands […]

Save 25% off selected communication cards

Hearing Link shop customers can enjoy 25% off selected communication cards in November. Head over to shop.hearinglink.org and take advantage of this fantastic offer.  We have subtle and visible solutions to alert others to your hearing loss. Our range on offer includes: Credit card sized communication card Tent card Hospital Inpatient card Offer ends 30.12.17.  […]

Lipreading Awareness Week 2017

Today marks the start of Lipreading Awareness Week 2017. Organised by the Association of Teachers to Lipreading Adults (ATLA), the week aims to raise awareness of lipreading and offers free taster sessions across the country from 11th-15th September. To find out if a free lipreading taster session is taking place near you, visit the ATLA […]

Welsh Ambulance Service releases communication app

The Welsh Ambulance Service has launched a new app aimed at improving communication with those who have different needs, including the deaf and hard of hearing. Using a combination of gestures, clear images and simple text, the app is designed to enable patients and staff to share essential information relating to the medical situation at hand. […]

Grab our Black Friday shop deal!

We’re getting into the spirit of Black Friday by offering our supporters a limited time only online shop deal. Visit from today (25th November) until the end of the month (30th November) for discounts off two of our best-selling items: – Lanyard, Communication Card and holder NOW £3 saving £1 – Mixed badge pack NOW […]

Boogie Boards lifeline for NHS patients

Boogie Boards supplied by Hearing Link are supporting NHS patients with communication difficulties in Norfolk and Norwich. Fourteen boards were purchased for the Head and Neck team at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, after they supported patient Rod Bridger who recently had a Laryngectomy. Rod found it difficult to communicate after the procedure and the Boogie […]

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