St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 31st August 2016 6:30am
Let your eyes help your ears!
Are you one of the 1-in-6 people in the UK with a hearing loss?
Do you struggle to hear in noisy situations?
Have you thought about joining a Lipreading class?
A series of free one-hour 'taster' session are being offered by tutors Judy Perry and Molly Berry during Lipreading Awareness Week (12th-16th September)
Even good hearing aids don't restore perfect hearing. Learning to lipread is a skill which can improve how much you understand when people speak to you.
Classes are small and friendly and also provide information on coping strategies and assistive equipment.
A free 'taster' session will be held at Haddenham Medical Centres on Thursday 15th September at 11.00am
If you can't make that one, other sessions in Bucks are:
Mon 12 Sept 10.30am: Amersham
Mon 12 Sept 2.30pm: Beaconsfield Old Town
Tue 13 Sept 2pm: Gerrards Cross
Fri 16 Sept 10.30am: High Wycombe
Fri 16 Sept 2.30pm: Wendover
For further details please contact: Email: email@example.com Mobile: 07837 993923
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