Our large print resources follow large print guidelines. They include the same information as the standard format resources, but can be helpful for:
All of our large print resources are available in the following accessible formats:
You can also request any Action on Hearing Loss information resource in large print, Braille or audio format by telephoning our free, confidential Information Line on 0808 808 0123 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our large print resources have been developed with generous funding from the National Lottery through the National Lottery Community Fund, as part of the UK Hear to Inform and Connect project. This project provides free, tailored, local information about hearing loss and tinnitus to help older people address their hearing loss and stay connected with their friends, family and community.
Find out more about the accessible resources developed as part of this project.
|A National Lottery funded project through the National Lottery Community Fund|
In this leaflet, we tell you how you can get your hearing tested and what can help with hearing loss, so you can get back to what you’ve been missing.
You’ll find this leaflet helpful if you want to know more about tinnitus (noise in the ears or head) – whether you have the condition or know someone who does. We explain what tinnitus is, what causes it, and what therapies are available.
In this leaflet, we explain how you can look after your hearing aids and get the most out of them – whether you are new to hearing aids or have been using them for a while.
Our communication tips, now in large print format, have been created to help people with hearing loss communicate and follow the conversation.
You’ll find this leaflet useful if you have hearing loss and are about to get hearing aids for the first time – either through the NHS or privately. We explain how you can get hearing aids, the benefits of using them and what your options are.
Our communication tips, now in large print format, will help you communicate with people who have hearing loss.