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We're Action on Hearing Loss, the largest charity in the UK working with hearing loss and hearing health.
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Ellis Palmer Oct 9
I’d love to be able to go to the theatre more often, but as someone living with hearing loss, it can be too difficult to hear what’s going on. For my latest report, I went to the to try out some subtitling smart glasses aimed at resolving this problem.
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 14
Good luck to our runners taking part in the today! Thanks for all your support 🏃 💜
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 13
"I was the first firefighter in the UK to be a double hearing-aid wearer." Find out how Steve was back fighting fires just five months after losing his hearing
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
We collaborated with Tom Tlalim to curate a space named Tonotopia, not only for cochlear implant users but for all forms of hearing. The display is FREE and available to see now until 8th March at the 😀 Read more here:
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RNIB Campaigns Oct 12
Join us and in calling on the UK Government to help support disabled people in the workplace. Join @ActiononHearingLoss in :
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
Replying to @V_and_A @BBCNews and 14 others
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
A unique insight into how people hear sounds and music through cochlear implants. Get a glimpse of new display Tonotopia here!
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Richard Turner Oct 12
. Good morning all, today I’m at Central Library 10-12am . If you’re a resident with NHS hearing aids and want free maintenance on your aids or have any questions about hearing loss please do drop by and say 👋
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
Replying to @goldenlocks94
We do! Please, have a look at our vacancies here:
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
Replying to @saracrosland
We're interested in hearing more about your experiences for our monitoring purposes. Please do drop us an email at campaigns@hearingloss.org.uk if you want to chat more about this 2/2
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
Replying to @saracrosland
Hi Sara, we're sorry to hear this! We campaigned to get the NICE guidelines published which say that everyone who needs hearing aids should get them as soon as they need them. You can read more here: 1/2
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
Replying to @goldenlocks94
We're sorry to hear that! Our research shows that a third of people with hearing loss and deafness have felt bullied at work. Our colleagues at the Equality and Advisory Support Service wrote a blog on how they can help. You can read this here:
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 12
Think hearing loss doesn't exist in your organisation? Think again. Click here to learn more:
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 11
We’re excited that the new audiovisual display Tonotopia is FREE to see ! We collaborated with artist Dr Tom Tlalim to create a display that features the stories of cochlear implant users. Help fund our research into cochlear implants here:
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Laura Lowles Oct 11
Proud to have been part of campaign highlighting hearing loss in the workplace. With the support of and a few simple and cheap adjustments, I'm able to fulfil my job to the best of my ability.
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 11
Didn’t get a place in the ballot? Well we have some good news...There are still spaces left to run for us! 😃 Click the link to sign up today: 🏃
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 11
Replying to @byakko8
Hi Beth, we do too! We've created our own hub of information and are now calling on the government to do the same. You can join us and ask them to take action here:
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DWP Oct 10
Over half of employees with hearing loss don’t feel comfortable disclosing their condition. See the new Employers’ Hub from for tips on how to make your workplace inclusive
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Action On Hearing Loss Oct 11
"If they are the ideal candiate, then employ them. Anything else can be overcome." Laura felt scared and isolated by her hearing loss – see the full video of how her employer reacted here:
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Liam O'Dell Oct 11
.’s report shows that more needs to be done to change attitudes in the workplace. Just over 50% of deaf people being mocked by colleagues is shocking. Here’s my latest piece for The Limping Chicken:
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