If you have severe to profound hearing loss in both ears and aren't benefiting from hearing aids, cochlear implants can improve your ability to hear and understand speech so that you can communicate more confidently and feel more independent.
If your hearing nerve is damaged, hearing aids or a cochlear implant won't help, but an auditory brainstem implant that directly stimulates the auditory brainstem may be beneficial.
Do you need some extra support because of your hearing loss? Hearing therapy can help you to manage the psychological effects of hearing loss as well as on a practical level by signposting you to support services and products that can help.
If you can't hear everything that's being said, joining a friendly lipreading class can give you skills to help you communicate, and you can pick up tips from people in a similar position to you.