Getting it right for hearing
Getting it right for hearing

Non Executive Director needed!

Could it be you? We are looking for a volunteer Non-Executive Director to assist with the development and scaling of Ideas for Ears. We…

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Fears of discrimination adds to workplace woes

The workplace is not an easy place to be when you have hearing loss. Noisy offices, poor acoustics, meeting rooms without microphones or hearing loops, poor sound…

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Getting It Right For Ears

Do noise levels in cafes or restaurants create problems for you? Do you wish tables were made available in ‘quiet zones’ – like the…

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Curtains up! Experiences of theatre-goers with hearing loss revealed

Poor experiences are commonplace for people with hearing loss who attend theatres or concert halls. That is one of the main findings from a survey…

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Hearing in the workplace – experiences of office employees

Well-being and productivity of office-based staff is being negatively affected by a range of hidden issues connected with the way that people hear. These…

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New telephone technology is talking point

“Voices were not louder but the sound definition was crisper and far easier to understand.”  This is what Francis Masserick said when I asked him to…

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Survey Findings: Theatres and Concert Halls

Read the full story on our blog here. Question 1 Have you ever been to a theatre or concert hall and had a poor experience…

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Review places you visit

Help us gather data on issues connected with listening, hearing, communication and sound in public places. Our ‘Getting It Right For Hearing‘ project is…

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More than 1,100 respond to questionnaire about phone use

A total of 1,135 people responded to our important questionnaire on phone use. This has generated robust and comprehensive data that we are now…

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Sounds Good Charter Mark – recognising excellence

I am delighted and excited! My associates at Access Solutions have today published their Sounds Good Charter Mark, which recognises excellence in accessibility for…

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