Rate & review the places you visit
How easily have you heard, participated and communicated in places you have visited? Please Rate & Review your experiences here. You can share feedback on any public place, including cafes, restaurants, meeting rooms, pharmacies and shops.
Give feedback on things like:
- Ease of holding a conversation
- Acoustics, noise, music
- Staff communication skills
- Use of microphones
- Hearing loops
- Text screens & written information
- Other forms of communication support
We hope you enjoy using this tool and benefit from it. Because ratings are based on individual users' experiences, we cannot guarantee information shared is factual or accurate. Read our disclaimer.
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Service providers typically want to give their customers a good experience. If they have created an environment that is poor to hear in or that lacks support for people with specific hearing reaquirements, it is often because they lack knowledge about what their customers need and want.
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The Equality Act 2010 combines and replaces previous discrimination legislation, including the 1995 Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). It applies in England, Wales and Scotland but not Northern Ireland.
It protects people from discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of disability and various other 'protexted characteristics', such as age, race and sexual orientation. It makes clear that discrimination can be caused not only by what people and organisatons do, but also by what they DO NOT do.
This means that service providers can be in breach of the Equality Act if they fail to make 'reasonable adjustment' so disabled people are not put at a 'substantial disadvantage' compared to people who are not disabled. Reasonable adjustment might include ensuring staff have appropriate communication skills or provision of an induction hearing loop to help hearing aid users hear over background noise or across a distance.
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