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17 OctTechnology and the Workplace – fact vs fiction

All day conference on 20th November at BT Tower, London.

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02 OctUKCoD Annual Conference

At BT Tower, London on 20th November

Early Bird Rate available now!

 

23 MayNADP Annual Conference

NADP Conference
‘Working Better with your Hearing’
Saturday 16th June 2018
9am – 5pm at the NCVO

Please see our poster promoting one of our member organisations forthcoming conferences which is likely to be of interest to your members.

Please can you support by placing this poster on your noticeboard or somewhere prominent for your colleagues and members to see.

Please feel free to share electronically.

On behalf of NADP many thanks for your support.

Conference Poster [pdf]

14 MayNADP Audiology Survey and Conference

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In order to better understand the current NHS audiology service provision, NADP (the National Association of Deafened People) is conducting a survey on your deaf people’s experience of these services.

The data will be collected, analysed and used as evidence to represent the audiology service users in national instances and bodies, such as NICE, Action Plan on Hearing Loss, and in particular the Person Centred Approach advocated by NHS England.  NADP will be presenting the results of the survey at its conference on 16th June 2018.

http://www.nadp.org.uk/events/

NADP aims to help influence and shape the current and future policies regarding these services for a better provision; a provision which would respond accurately and efficiently to the various and sometimes complex needs of individuals.

By answering this questionnaire, you’re helping us to gather these evidences and build our argument for a better provision.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HBT7PR5

28 Feb3 March 2018: World Hearing Day

On World Hearing Day 2018, WHO will draw attention towards the anticipated rise in the number of people with hearing loss across the world with the theme “Hear the future”.

The key messages for this event will highlight the:

  • expected rise in prevalence of hearing loss globally over the coming years (based on statistical projections);
  • efforts that are required to stem the rise through appropriate preventive action;
  • need to ensure that people with hearing loss have access to the required rehabilitation services and the communication tools and products they require.

Further details and to register your event can be found here.