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Action on hearing loss
Check your hearing today
Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID
Norman Lamb, pledged to support and promote a new Deaf-Aware Care quality mark for residential care homes.
People working across the NHS have pledged to do something different to improve care for patients for Change Day.
Our 'Hear to Help' drop-ins provide free support and advice for people with hearing loss.
Communication support needs to be put in place for people with hearing loss to ensure that they are fully informed with the independence debate in Scotland.
Thirteen up and coming UK scientists have received a bursary grant from us to attend an important research conference in San Diego.
John Lamont MSP visits Hear to Help drop-in in Duns and praises the work offered by the service.
One of Wales’ most popular golf clubs has raised £3,000 for us as their charity of the year.
The research carried out by the University of Leicester helps us to understand the link between loud sounds and hearing loss.
The Belfast-based law firm has donated £11,500 to our Northern Ireland Information Service.
We presented a University of Nottingham student with an award for the pioneering findings of her research project.
The Duke visited projects researching noise induced hearing loss in the inner ear and research that could improve the future of cochlear implants.
We ran a series of events and activities to mark this year’s Tinnitus Awareness Week. Take a look at what we got up to.
On Thursday, 30 January, ‘The Ballroom’ in Canterbury hosted Kent’s first ever ‘Loud Music’ event to fundraise for us.
Grants of up to £40,000 will be available for election candidates who are deaf or have a hearing loss.
Scientists believe a week of temporary blindness may help to tune up your hearing - a study published in the journal Neuron has found.
South Scotland MSP, Paul Wheelhouse, came to one of our Hear to Help sessions and urged Borders residents to come along and get help and advice with their hearing aids.
To mark this year’s Tinnitus Awareness Week we are offering deals on tinnitus and hearing protection equipment. Find out more.
Our latest poll reveals shocking levels of people suffer from ringing in their ears following a night out and also reveals the lack of protection taken to protect hearing.
It's Tinnitus Awareness Week and we want you to share your experiences of the condition and the support you've received in Scotland.
Action on Hearing Loss Information Line: Telephone 0808 808 0123 | Textphone 0808 808 9000 |
SMS 0780 0000 360
Action on Hearing Loss Tinnitus Information Line: Telephone 0808 808 6666 | Textphone 0808 808 9000 |
SMS 0780 0000 360
Action on Hearing Loss Shop: Telephone 01733 361199 | Textphone 01733 238020