Action On Hearing Loss: Hear to Help Belfast

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Welcome to POP NI, Ryan, and thanks for the great info! Regards, Ciarán
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Report reveals audiology departments under pressure with increased demand yet reduced budgets Two in five NHS audiology departments (41%) are being forced to cut core services due to shrinking budgets or increased demand, affecting hundreds of thousands of people across the UK, according to our new...
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Last week we, along with BDA, NDCS and Signature, met with policy officials at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and representatives from the Access to Work (AtW) Operations team. Changes to AtW that have come into effect throughout this year have reduced the flexibility of the scheme and...
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Number of people with hearing loss to 'soar' A new report from the think tank International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) reveals there is an urgent need for hearing loss to be detected earlier, as the number of people affected is set to soar. Currently 10 million people are affected by hearing loss...
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Hearing loss still a hidden condition in many care homes This Friday, 20 June 2014, thousands of UK care homes will open their doors to welcome the public and connect residents with their local communities. As the UK’s largest hearing loss charity, we are calling on care home providers, family...
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Further detail needed on terms of the review Yesterday, Mike Penning MP, Minister for Disabled People, released a statement confirming that the government will spend three months reviewing its Access to Work scheme. Representatives of the UK Council on Deafness, including our Chief Executive Paul...
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People with hearing loss could be denied access to vital support Last week (6 June) the government published its proposals (external link, opens in new window) for who will and who won’t get social care from 2015 under the new Care Act, introducing new national criteria for social care eligibility...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Welcome to POP NI, Ryan, and thanks for the great info! Regards, Ciarán
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Report reveals audiology departments under pressure with increased demand yet reduced budgets Two in five NHS audiology departments (41%) are being forced to cut core services due to shrinking budgets or increased demand, affecting hundreds of thousands of people across the UK, according to our new...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Last week we, along with BDA, NDCS and Signature, met with policy officials at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and representatives from the Access to Work (AtW) Operations team. Changes to AtW that have come into effect throughout this year have reduced the flexibility of the scheme and...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Number of people with hearing loss to 'soar' A new report from the think tank International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) reveals there is an urgent need for hearing loss to be detected earlier, as the number of people affected is set to soar. Currently 10 million people are affected by hearing loss...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Hearing loss still a hidden condition in many care homes This Friday, 20 June 2014, thousands of UK care homes will open their doors to welcome the public and connect residents with their local communities. As the UK’s largest hearing loss charity, we are calling on care home providers, family...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Further detail needed on terms of the review Yesterday, Mike Penning MP, Minister for Disabled People, released a statement confirming that the government will spend three months reviewing its Access to Work scheme. Representatives of the UK Council on Deafness, including our Chief Executive Paul...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
People with hearing loss could be denied access to vital support Last week (6 June) the government published its proposals (external link, opens in new window) for who will and who won’t get social care from 2015 under the new Care Act, introducing new national criteria for social care eligibility...

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