We know it can take time to get used to hearing aids, understand the different settings and learn how to take care of them. At our Sensory Service drop-in sessions, you’ll have plenty of time to find out how your hearing aids work, how to look after them, and the simple things you can try if one of them stops working properly.
You can also drop by if you’re having problems with one or both of your hearing aids, and we’ll see if there’s a simple fix. If there isn’t, we’ll recommend you see your audiologist.
At our Sensory drop-ins, we can:
- advise you on equipment
- translate letters
- help you access services
- give benefits advice, information and referral to other services
These are drop-ins for people who are D/deaf or hard of hearing for information, advice and BSL translation support (a BSL interpreter is available at these drop-ins).
We can also give you information about assistive technology and products that you can use with your hearing aids, and let you know about other useful services in your area.
All of our drop-ins are run in partnership with hospital audiology departments. Whether you’re new to hearing aids or have been using them for a while, we’re here to help you get the most from them.
Drop in to one of our sessions in Boston – no appointment necessary.
From 9 January 2019, every Wednesday
(lunch break: 12.30pm-1pm)
This drop-in is run on a first come first served basis, we advise you contact the Lincolnshire Sensory Services office before attending to check that the drop-in is running on that day. Please bring your NHS number when visiting the Sensory drop-ins.