Inform – bring a hidden disability to light!

Deaf Awareness

Hundreds of school children, members of numerous charities and civil servants from various Government departments can communicate better with people with a Hearing Loss1, thanks to our work.



		

We introduce the subject and give tips on
how to communicate better with everyone.

BOOK YOUR TALK!

Prevention

As there’s not a cure for Hearing Loss1, we work hard to inform the community how they can protect their hearing. A loss, or more commonly Tinnitus from industrial noise, concerts or headphones happens slowly, but obvious in later life

Each year we attend the Gibraltar Music Festival and
distribute ear plugs and earphones, especially to children.
We’re also campaigning for noise regulation and monitoring.

PROTECT YOUR HEARING!

Events

Each year we’re invited to the Christmas Convent, National Day celebrations and Gibraltar Music Festival,and often have a stand in Casements. Our well-presented stall is staffed by knowledgeable Volunteers, who hold factsheets not collecting tins.

During October 2018, we did this every day, promoting
the Hearing Loss Survey at the Primary Care Centre.
Every year we seek new opportunities:

INVITE US TO YOUR EVENT!

Media

The GBC and Chronicle are generous in their coverage of our campaigns and events, and we have featured in many programs andarticles.The more we talk about Hearing Loss the less embarrassed people feel.

Our Members would be delighted to share their experience
and we’d like you to join our network:

TALK TO US!

Social Media

We republish national and international news, together with updates on our work. Our Facebook groups are active, Twitter is taking off and many see to our Instagram.

You can help by joining our groups, liking our posts
and sharing. You could even join the mailing list MAILING LIST

BETTER STILL, BECOME A MEMBER!

Newsletter

We keep the community up to date and let members know what we’re doing.
This vital link is key to awareness and participation,
and we’re confident this fledgling publication will fly!

TAKE A LOOK!

Factsheets

We use the word ‘Hearing Loss’1as a shorthand because the subject is wide and
the issues far ranging. Our library of advice for people with a Hearing Loss1,
professionals and the community is growing.

FIND OUT MORE!