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So small it's nearly invisible, and rechargeable too, try it for yourself at your nearest hearing aid centre

Style, power and rechargeable too, no more worrying about whether you packed your batteries. And with speech understanding on par with normal hearing, you can get on with enjoying life

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Deaf Awareness week 2008


Deaf awareness week5th – 11th May 2008 is Deaf Awareness Week and organisations working with deaf people across the country are inviting everyone to ‘Look At Me’. The theme aims to improve understanding of the different types of deafness by highlighting the many different methods of communication used by deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing people, such as sign language and lipreading.Supported by over one hundred deaf charities and organisations under the umbrella of the UK Council on Deafness, Deaf Awareness Week involves a UK wide series of national and local events. “The UK Council on Deafness are delighted to coordinate the all-inclusive Deaf Awareness Week campaign, promoting the positive aspects of deafness, social inclusion and raising awareness of the huge range of local and national organisations that support deaf people and their family and friends.”

The Deaf Awareness week website.


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Whistling hearing aids are a thing of the past, try it for yourself at your nearest hearing aid centre

Simply put, no more whistling, so you can get as close as you like without worrying about the embarassing screech. And with a new lithium-ion rechargeable option and speech understanding on par with normal hearing, you can get on with enjoying life

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