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By The Ear Foundation
Many GPs are failing to take adult deafness seriously enough, with nearly half of all patients (45%) not being referred to specialists for assessment.

By Esplin PR
An important campaign, 'Deaf Awareness in a Technological Age', was launched by The Ear Foundation in Nottingham to raise awareness of deafness in people over the age of 50 during Deaf Awareness Week (6th - 12 May).

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation has introduced Education Online, a dedicated area on its website which provides resources and online presentations that are free to download and use,

By Esplin PR
Nottingham-based charity, The Ear Foundation, which helps deaf children and adults make the most of 21st century hearing technology, have launched a major appeal to help grow their services with the expansion of their existing premises in the city.

By Esplin PR
Deaf teenagers from 10 countries spent a week at St John’s School for the Deaf in Boston Spa, Yorkshire, to share the differences of their cultures and build relationships with peers from overseas who share the same communication challenges

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation in Nottingham is to be presented with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the country’s highest award for outstanding work in the volunteer sector.

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By The Ear Foundation
Many GPs are failing to take adult deafness seriously enough, with nearly half of all patients (45%) not being referred to specialists for assessment.

By The Ear Foundation
A group of 27 young deaf people, aged between 11 and 17, gathered from all over the country to spend five days together at outdoor activity centre, Duke’s Barn, in Matlock, Derbyshire between 19 and 23 August.

By Esplin PR
An important campaign, 'Deaf Awareness in a Technological Age', was launched by The Ear Foundation in Nottingham to raise awareness of deafness in people over the age of 50 during Deaf Awareness Week (6th - 12 May).

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation, in partnership with Advanced Bionics decided to interview 10 families with complex children, to find out about their experiences and opinions around cochlear implantation.

By Esplin PR
Richard Lord, whose daughter Phoebe was born deaf, and Deborah Hall, Director at the National Institute for Health Research Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit have together raised nearly £10,000 to help The Ear Foundation.

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation has introduced Education Online, a dedicated area on its website which provides resources and online presentations that are free to download and use,

By Esplin PR
Nottingham-based charity, The Ear Foundation, which helps deaf children and adults make the most of 21st century hearing technology, have launched a major appeal to help grow their services with the expansion of their existing premises in the city.

By Esplin PR
Firefighter Richard Lord, whose 7 year old daughter was born deaf, is to face the 5,895 metre (19,340 feet) climb up Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to say thank you to the charity which has helped his family on Phoebe’s journey to a hearing future.

By Esplin PR
Deaf teenagers from 10 countries spent a week at St John’s School for the Deaf in Boston Spa, Yorkshire, to share the differences of their cultures and build relationships with peers from overseas who share the same communication challenges

By Esplin PR
The Ear Foundation in Nottingham is to be presented with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the country’s highest award for outstanding work in the volunteer sector.

By Esplin PR
Tricia Kemp, a Trustee of The Ear Foundation, has received an MBE from HRH the Prince of Wales for her voluntary services to children with hearing disabilities.

By Esplin PR
A musical concert held at the Voice Box in Derby on Friday 18th November has raised over £450 for the Ear Foundation, a charity which brought the hearing technology of cochlear implants to the UK for children back in 1989.

By Esplin PR
A delegation of 19 deaf teenagers with cochlear implants from five different countries took part in The First International Teens Week for young cochlear implant users, organised by The Ear Foundation.

By Esplin PR
Destiny of a Child, the charity which supports cochlear implantation for profoundly deaf children in the UK and France, has made a substantial donation to The Ear Foundation.



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