Action on Hearing Loss - National Charity
It takes time to adapt to using hearing aids – getting used to new sounds as well as managing the hearing aids themselves. Our Hear to Help services enable people to make the most of their hearing aids and manage their hearing loss effectively.
Our Hear to Help staff and volunteers can provide support with the following:
- minor repairs
- ear mould cleaning and battery replacement
- training on maintenance of hearing aids
- advice and support on making the most of the hearing aids information and signposting to other services introduction to other useful equipment.
These services are provided in the community through a mix of home visits and drop-in services (hearing aid maintenance at our drop ins i.e. batteries and tubing are only available to Salisbury hospital audiology patients). All our services are delivered in partnership with and with the support of local hospital audiology departments.
|Durrington Village Hall||10am - 11:30am||Last Wednesday of the month
(closed August and December)
|Mere Doctor's Surgery||10am - 11:30am||First Thursday of the month
|Gillingham Town Hall||10am - 12pm||First Tuesday of the month
|Salisbury Library (upstairs in
the video library)
|10am - 12pm||Third Thursday of the month
|Alderbury village hall
||10am - 11:30am||Third Friday of the month|
|Three Swans Doctor's Surgery,
|1:30pm - 2:30pm||Second Wednesday of the month|
|Westminster Memorial Hospital,
|10am - 12pm||First Friday of the month|
|Cherry Orchard Doctors Surgery,
|11am - 12:45pm||Second Friday of the month|
|St Melor Doctors Surgery,
|10am - 12pm||First Thursday of the month (closed annually in February)|
|Shrewton Methodist Church
||10am - 12pm||Second Thursday of the month
|The Old Orchid Surgery,
|1:30pm - 3pm||Third Wednesday of the month
|Downton Baptist Church Hall||10:00am - 12:00pm||First Thursday of the month
All these services are provided free of charge.
The page was last updated on 11 February 2019