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Hearing loss and workplace accessibility? Get it on your agenda

Posted on: Monday, May 15, 2017 by Nicola George
Helen SwarbrickHelen Swarbrick, Marketing Executive for Action on Hearing Loss, discusses the importance and value of supporting people in the workplace who have hearing loss. Action on Hearing Loss does a wide range of work to support people in the workplace, such as recent campaign ‘Working for Change’.

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