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Ayrshire deaf support group face funding axe

A leading sensory support group are on the lookout for new funding after losing vital Scottish Government money.

Hearing loss care demand rises

Nine of Scotland's 14 health boards have said they are facing increased demand from people with hearing loss.

Scottish Council on Deafness to host Inaugural National Conference for Scotland’s Deaf Sector

The conference will be held on Thursday 12th March 2015 at The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow and according to SCoD "will be the first in a series of annual conferences, aimed at placing Scotland’s Deaf Sector at the fore of the public debate".

Severely deaf to get hearing implant upgrades every five years

£3m investment will help profoundly deaf children and adults.

Children and adults with severe or profound deafness are to receive automatic upgrades to their cochlear implant sound processors every five years, following a £3.2 million investment from the Scottish Government.


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