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2012-08-09

SALISBURY MP John Glen is urging constituents who wear NHS hearing aids to get essential follow-up support at local drop-in sessions run by Action on Hearing Loss’s pioneering Hear to Help project.

Mr Glen visited a drop-in session at Salisbury Library to see the life-changing work of the charity’s volunteers, who provide free one-to-one support to help people get the best performance from their hearing aids so they can hear everyday conversations more clearly.

Volunteers Shirley Bury and Anne Parrish give tips on how to replace tubing and batteries as well as adjusting hearing aids to make them more comfortable.

 
Mr Glen said said: "It takes an average of 10 years for someone to act on their hearing loss and get fitted with hearing aids. Although hearing aids can transform people’s hearing and quality of life, some people experience initial difficulties and give up using them.

It’s fantastic to see how basic support can greatly improve the performance of hearing aids and help people to hear much more clearly and remain active in the community.”

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