For some families, starting a conversation about hearing loss with a loved one might need thinking about. Family psychotherapist Dr Annette Wilson shares their advice on how to navigate this discussion.
Matilda and John, standing in the garden and smiling Matilda and her father, John, share how their family approached conversations around John's hearing loss, and the great outcomes it led to. If you're unsure how to start this conversation, explore our support page on how to talk about hearing loss with a loved one. Showing the signs Matilda's story For years, my dad, John struggled with hearing issues but was in denial, which at times was more frustrating for us than for...
On Sunday 23 April at 3.00pm, there will be a national test of the UK Emergency Alerts service. Here's what we advise.
RNID are calling on the government to include a hearing check in the NHS health check, to help millions of people in the UK identify hearing loss earlier and potentially reduce their risk of developing dementia.
Ahead of Tinnitus Week (last week), we asked you two questions: What does your tinnitus sound like? And is there anything specific that you do to help manage your tinnitus that others might find useful to try? Here are the great comments you shared.
As reported across the UK national media this morning a rapid test that can help preserve the hearing of newborn babies, made possible by RNID research funding, is set to be used by NHS hospitals.
A new study by University of Manchester audiologists has highlighted the difficulties people face with impacted ear wax.
New research from the RNID has shown that only 6% of UK individuals, who have not been diagnosed with hearing loss, took a hearing check in the last 12 months.