WEST NORFOLK: Deaf association launches new service
WEST Norfolk Deaf Association has launched a new service for people living with hearing problems or tinnitus.
From October 5, it will be running a new weekly clinic at its deaf centre in Railway Road, Lynn, to provide more information about the wide range of equipment available for people with hearing loss.
The deaf and hard-of-hearing will also be able to try out some of the latest products available and to get help with ordering them.
The new equipment clinic will run each Friday from 1pm to 3pm, with no appointments necessary.
Association manager Amanda Kenny said the new service would fill the gap left since Norfolk County Council’s social services sensory support team stopped running a similar monthly clinic at the deaf centre because of funding cutbacks.
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