These resources make information more accessible and easier to understand. They can be helpful for anyone who wants clear information in plain English.
These Easy Read resources have been developed in partnership with CHANGE, a human rights organisation working with and for people with learning disabilities and from other underrepresented groups. Action on Hearing Loss are proud to partner with CHANGE, experts in producing high quality accessible resources.
These resources have been produced with generous funding from the National Lottery through the National Lottery Community Fund as part of the UK Hear to Inform and Connect project. This project provides free, tailored, local information about hearing loss and tinnitus to help older people address their hearing loss and stay connected with their friends, family and community.
Find out more about the accessible resources developed as part of this project.
Some of our resources are also available in large print and in languages other than English to view and download from our website. You can also request any Action on Hearing Loss information resource in large print, Braille or audio format by telephoning our free, confidential Information Line on 0808 808 0123 or emailing email@example.com.
|Developed in partnership by Action on Hearing Loss and CHANGE|
|A National Lottery funded project through the National Lottery Community Fund|
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