A free to attend All Ears, Living with Hearing Loss event will take place at Christ Church, Chelmsford on Thursday 14th February from 2.30pm-4.30pm, inviting people with hearing loss and who wear NHS hearing aids to attend.
The informative session will cover living with and managing hearing loss, acclimatising to wearing hearing aids, lots of useful advice and tips, practical advice, assistive equipment, the latest advancements in technology and the wide range of support services that are available.
People who are new to NHS hearing aids will find it particularly beneficial, though established users, friends and carer’s are welcome to attend and find out more.
The event, delivered by Hearing Help Essex, a Chelmsford based charity, supports many people in Essex living with acquired hearing loss, to help alleviate the loneliness and isolation it can bring. Hearing loss impacts on people’s lives in all sorts of ways, with practical, social and emotional challenges being faced on a daily basis.
Further events are planned throughout 2019, so if you are unable to make the 14th, there will be repeat sessions run on 16th May 2019 and 19th September 2019.
Hearing Help Essex are pleased to provide the following services for the residents of Essex living with hearing loss:
- Information, advice, and guidance sessions
- A Hearing Aid Support Service is open to NHS Hearing Aid User’s needing help with re-tubing and routine maintenance.
- Hearing Aid Batteries: Users of NHS Hearing Aids can obtain new supplies of hearing aid batteries from Libraries across the county, available daily at Reception Desks, on presentation of NHS Audiology Record Book, or new style card as proof.