Not everyone realises the impact that losing your hearing can have on your social life. How simple pleasures, like going out for dinner or catching up with friends, become so much harder to enjoy when you can’t follow conversations because of background noise, or too many people talking at once. It can be exhausting.
At our social meet-ups, everyone understands, because they have hearing loss themselves or are close to someone who does. You get to meet and share experiences and tips with people in the same situation – and have some fun!
Whatever we do, one thing is certain: your hearing loss won’t stop you from joining in the conversation.
Join us at Middlesbrough Deaf Centre for:
Deaf Blind Social Group: every 4th Tuesday of the month – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Linked to, and part of, our regular Tuesday group, it is an opportunity to meet and socialise with other D/deaf and D/deaf Blind members of the community. The Community Support Officer based at Middlesbrough Deaf Centre is a trained Deaf Blind guide and happy to offer help and support as needed.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel on 07391 017935