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Action on hearing loss
Check your hearing today
Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID
New research highlights the difficulties young people with hearing loss face when making the transition from school.
The Healthy Staffordshire Select Committee has voted against North staffordshire CCG's proposals to cut NHS hearing aid services.
Irene Fyfe has been recognised for her tireless dedication to supporting people with hearing loss.
400 members of the audiology community have signed an open letter to North Staffordshire CCG condemning the unprecedented proposals.
Our 'On the Move' project has been shortlisted for the Bank of Scotland Community Fund, vote for us now!
The annual Southside Invitational football match raises vital funds to help us support people with hearing loss.
Stuart McMillan MSP finds out how our volunteers are supporting hearing aid wearers and reducing isolation.
Action on Hearing Loss Cymru is launching a new monthly social and support group for people in Llandudno who are deaf or have a hearing loss.
Kenneth Gibson MSP finds out about the vital work of our 'Hear to Help' volunteers on the Isle of Arran.
Willie Coffey MSP has launched our new Hear to Help drop-in at Darvel Community Library.
MP Roger Williams and AM Kirsty Williams attended the launch of our new Hear to Help service in Brecon.
Research from the University of Leicester suggests loud noise exposure damages the myelin surrounding the auditory nerve, causing hearing damage.
The 'accessible information standard' aims to improve accessibility to health care for people with hearing loss.
22 cyclists rode from Brecon to Cardiff Bay, raising vital funds to help us support people with hearing loss.
Shona Robison MSP meets our inspirational volunteers who provide vital support to hearing aid users.
The grant-making charity has awarded us with £10,000 towards our work on the genetics of hearing loss.
A new study co-funded by us could help develop future treatments for hearing loss.
150 runners and walkers brave the challenge over an exceptionally steep climb with unrivalled views over Belfast.
New report shows that local authorities must do more to support people with sensory loss.
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 03330 144525 | Textphone 03330 144530