Hear to Help Service

February 2020; We are currently seeking funding to continue this service. Once we have secured funding we will let you know via this page. 

Laura Ainsworth is our Adult Community Support Coordinator for the Hear to Help service. Laura A
The aim of the Hear 2 Help project is to provide hearing aid maintenance, advice and support within the local community to NHS hearing aid users via Drop In Clinics, Care Home visits, Sheltered Housing visits and Home visits.
We also provide Care Home as required and training to carers and support workers for those people working with and around hearing loss and hearing aids. 
  • if you know someone who has a hearing loss and wears NHS hearing aids and you think they could benefit from this service
  • would like more information on the Drop In Clinics 
  • or if you would like to suggest areas where this service may be needed and could possibly offer a room for a Drop In Clinic.
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At the Drop In Clinics we provide:
  • Batteries
  • Re-tubing of hearing aids
  • Support
  • Advice
  • Signposting to other services
  • Rehabilitation
We currently run 18 Drop In Clinics in the Nottingham area, and we are hoping to extend this service to the more rural areas, where people are particularly more isolated, please see below a list of all our current Drop In Clinics:
This service is very kindly supported & funded by GN Resound. 
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