Hearing access specialists
Hearing access specialists

Project findings: talking about deafness and dementia

  A fascinating project recently got underway looking at whether or not people find it easy to talk about health-related issues, in particular deafness and dementia. Called ‘Knowing what to say and how to say it’, the project explored how…

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Inclusive Communication – what it is and why it matters

Inclusive Communication – what it is and why it matters

A campaign is underway in Scotland for an Inclusive Communication Law.  The…

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Hearing access in a Covid-19 world

Hearing access in a Covid-19 world

Post by Sally Shaw, Founding Director of Ideas for Ears Across the…

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Viewpoint: remote working can boost hearing access

Viewpoint: remote working can boost hearing access

“The genie is out of the bottle”, says John Cook, director of…

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Masks with a clear panel for lipreading

Masks with a clear panel for lipreading

Products available on the market are listed below – scroll down.   Let…

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Reducing the impact of coronavirus on people with hearing loss

Reducing the impact of coronavirus on people with hearing loss

Data gathered through the Ideas for Ears survey questionnaire makes it clear…

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Survey results – impact of masks, 2m distancing & more

Survey results – impact of masks, 2m distancing & more

  The introduction of masks and 2-metre distancing to help stop the…

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Subtitles for video calls – searching for the Holy Grail

Subtitles for video calls – searching for the Holy Grail

Pippa Highfield, of Ideas for Ears, is hunting for the holy grail…

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