Equipment and assistive technology can help people who are hard of hearing to live independently, access information and opportunities. We provide assessments, advice, guidance and training to help you identify the right technology and equipment for you and learn how to use it effectively.
We provide interpreting and communication support services to support communication between those who are hard of hearing, d/Deaf, deafblind and hearing and can support with note-taking. This includes Lip Speaking, Note-Taking, Sign Supported English, British Sign Language and more.
Those who are hard of hearing sometimes need support to help them look for a job or to access training and education opportunities or access support in the workplace. Our service has been specifically designed to meet their needs. We also provide advice and support to employers.
Across the country we run different events and groups specifically for those who are hard of hearing aimed at bringing people together, sharing information, enabling people to learn new skills and access support.
We know there are barriers to accessing services, information and activities related to your health and wellbeing. We offer advice, support and activities to support you to manage health conditions, prevent or delay health conditions wherever possible and maintain your health.
We provide a range of training opportunities including digital skills training, lip reading, personal, social development and much more. Training varies by location depending on local needs and funding.