Having basic hearing-aid support can help people to persevere with their hearing aids so they can continue to communicate with their family and friends and live life to the full.
Hearing Forces is a Scotland-wide service delivered by Action on Hearing Loss Scotland offering advice and support to veterans aged 65 or over, their families and carers with hearing loss or tinnitus.
Finding a job, or training and education opportunities can be extremely challenging for young people who are deaf or have hearing loss if they aren't supported to reach their full potential.
Our free information pack can help you if you're an employer and you want to know more about recruiting people with hearing loss as well as how you can retain staff who are affected.
Technology can be great for staying connected but getting started can be a challenge if you have hearing loss and don’t have any experience of using new devices.
If you're deaf or have hearing loss , our welfare rights advocacy service is available to answer your queries about Social Security benefits and to help with claims or appeals.
If you're looking for information, our services include our free UK information helpline, information on our website, publications and the Action on Hearing Loss library.