Many people regularly have an eye test but never think about their ear health, despite statistics showing that 50% of people over 50 have hearing loss. Action on Hearing Loss Cymru is offering a free hearing check service at community events, information days and workplaces across Wales.
If you live in Wales and you are affected by hearing loss, we can provide information to help you.
If you live in Powys or the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg area (Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Bridgend) and are experiencing difficulties getting used to your new hearing aids, our Hear to Help service run by volunteers, can show you how to get the best out of them.
If you have hearing loss, our Care and Support team can support you to live as independently as possible within your local community.
Whether you have hearing loss yourself or an organisation that wants to improve how you communicate with people who have hearing loss, we provide a wide range of communication support services.
Having access to technology and the internet enables you to stay connected to your friends and family as well as keep up with what's on in your area.
If you have hearing loss and live in Wales, find out how the Cross-party Group on Deaf Issues is promoting equality for people with hearing loss including equal access to government activities.
We support people confronting hearing loss and tinnitus via community activities and home visits; enabling them to find solutions to help them live independently and feel happier.
If you have hearing loss and you're currently claiming Employment Support Allowance or Jobseeker's Allowance and are actively looking for work, you could get help from our specialist Employment service.
Hospital Hearing Friends supports people who are deaf or have hearing loss and are in hospital in South East Wales.
We teamed up with RNIB Cymru in a project to find out more about the personal experiences of people who are deaf, blind or deafblind when they attempt to access three public services. Read their stories and best practice guides to support people with sensory loss.