NDA Update July 2nd – Covid -19
We are pleased to confirm that our staff and volunteers continue to offer all the practical support and advice that we can, during this difficult period, as follows:
Hearing Support Service (hearing aids maintenance)
We are re-opening our hearing aid maintenance clinics, initially at Meridian Way only, as from the 23rd July 2020. The clinics will be run on appointments basis only, adhering to the current safety guidelines. Please contact us on 01603 404440 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment and obtain the information on the safety process to be followed during the appointment.
We will continue sending hearing aid supplies where possible and whilst stock allows, provide guidance to carers or family members on how to replace the tubes, domes and batteries and in exceptional circumstances, and when possible, organise for a volunteer to carry out a ‘door step’ home visit and undertake the maintenance, following social distancing guidelines and using appropriate personal protective equipment.
Aural Care Service (ear wax removal using microsuction)
This service is running as usual for both, GP referrals and self – referrals. We are operating enhanced infection control procedures, using personal protective equipment, screening patients on arrival and stringently apply the social distancing guidelines when running our clinics. Please contact
email@example.com or ring 01603 404440 for further information/bookings and the
process to follow.
Welcome to Hear for Norfolk
Hear for Norfolk is the working name for Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA), a charitable company founded in 1898.
Our work aims to improve the lives of young people and adults of all ages in Norfolk with all degrees of hearing loss. We achieve this by offering personal, emotional and practical support, undertaking hearing aid maintenance, providing information on hearing loss and related conditions, and training.
The key outcomes we are striving to achieve for our service users are:
- Reduction in feeling of loneliness and isolation, contributing to improved well-being and quality of life.
- Ability to communicate with others, thus building on their confidence and self-esteem.
- Ability to remain active in their work, education or social activities.Ability to remain active in their work, education or social activities.
Please visit our ‘Support Hear for Norfolk’ pages to see how you may be able to help us, donate or get involved.
News & Events
we are recruiting!
Hear for Norfolk are looking for an Aural Care Practitioner/Nurse & an Aural Care Mobile Clinic Assistant/Driver. For more details visit our ‘Work for us‘ page.
New Volunteers required for the Hearing Support and Befriending Service.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please get in touch by calling 01603 404440 for further details. Thank you. We hope to meet you soon!
We would like to thank all those that donated to the Aural Care Mobile Clinic – the target has been reached and we are currently in the process of acquiring the mobile clinic and having it converted.
The Aural Care Mobile Clinic should be on the road by the middle of 2020 so please look out for it later in the year!