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      Keith’s Story: My hearing loss stopped me doing the things I love

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      Over the past 20 years Keith’s hearing has deteriorated so much that he’s given up doing the things he enjoys. This has often left him feeling lonely. He said "I’ve slowly cut down on social activities so I can occasionally feel quite isolated. I wish I had been more proactive in getting my hearing checked."

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      As a member of a Men’s Shed (a social group for retired men), Keith attended an event where Action on Hearing loss spoke and encouraged the men to open up about their hearing loss. Keith said “I’m really pleased I met the team at Action on Hearing Loss who encouraged me to open up to others – especially my family. Thank you to the team for really bringing that home.”
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      Events like the one Keith went to are a vital resource for people who need additional support with their hearing loss. You can help to make sure that even more services are available in communities like yours.
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      A donation from you could also help fund research projects into age-related hearing loss and new technologies.
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      Thank you for your incredible support. We hope you have enjoyed reading about how you are already making a huge difference to people like Keith. Don’t forget, you can also read our full In The Loop newsletter online and share it with your friends and family too.
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      £10 could fund vital research into hearing treatments so people can live life to the full again.

      £20 could help provide local hearing services, empowering people to make the most of their hearing aids and helping them to stay active and connected to loved ones.

      £30 could go towards keeping our free Information Line running for the 24,000 people who call it each year.

      Your donation today could change lives by funding research into much-needed treatments and cures, and by providing emotional and practical support so that people can live their lives without stigma and with equal opportunities.

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