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Hearing loss negatively impacts people’s lives and wellbeing in so very many ways: it can lead to social withdrawal and feelings of isolation; create problems in relationships; reduce independence; lower self-esteem and confidence; limit work and educational opportunities; and cause cognitive decline, which may even increase the risk of dementia.
With loss of hearing ranked as the second most common disability in the UK and our aging population predicted to double in the next 25 years, alongside a declining capacity for our publicly funded national healthcare services to meet demand, there is an ever-increasing and clear need for high quality hearing care support and for trained hearing care professionals. Many GP surgeries no longer offer earwax removal, for example.
So, whether you are looking to boost your existing clinical provision, setting up a new business, or enhancing or refreshing your hearing healthcare skills, Audible Education is here to help you.