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Got an NHS Hearing Aid? Need some help?

Press Release   •   Oct 15, 2012 09:59 BST

If you feel your NHS hearing aid is not working as well as it used to or you know someone who would like some support with hearing and not sure what to do next then why not pop down to the Green Room, Adult Care Connect & Direct, Textile Hall (next toBury Library) Manchester Road, Bury BL9 0DG where regular sessions are held to help support people with a hearing difficulty.  This month’s topic is on ‘Hearing Aid Maintenance and how to use your hearing aid on T’.

 Working in partnership with Bury Audiology Unit Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, Bury Society for Deaf & Hearing Impaired People, Bury Libraries Sensory Unit, Sensory Team Adult Care Services and Action on Hearing Loss there are regular monthly sessions offering help and advice.

On Monday 5 November2.00pm – 4.30pm there will be a chance to speak to professionals offering free advice and information who can point you in the right direction for help with hearing aid maintenance and how to use your hearing aid on T. 

For further information about this and other sensory support events please contact Bury Libraries Sensory Impairment Officer on 0161 253 7512 Email: sensory.lib@bury.gov.uk or Bury Audiology Unit 0161 778 3670.

 

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