Getting it right for hearing
Getting it right for hearing

SWI members talk about hearing access

Alison and Margaret talk about isolation, exhaustion and exclusion – and how they are involved in a grass roots movement that is helping to stop them feeling this way.  [Image shows Alison Delaney, back right, with Margaret Sparkes in front…

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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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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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