Sandra shares how she tackles the challenges of hearing loss in the workplace and in everyday life.
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...
A teenager from Lowestoft, Suffolk, bravely leapt out of her comfort zone over the summer in a skydive for RNID, the charity supporting people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus.
Here, Linda shares the story of her late husband, Glen, who had severe and sudden tinnitus.
Hugh Strickland speaks about his experience of hearing loss and his hopes for future treatments.
RNID's very own Stacey shares about her time at the second Edinburgh Deaf Festival, (11-20 August 2023), and the community she found there as a deaf person.
Sharing your story is a brilliant way to help support a community of people who may have similar experiences to you, and to support the charitable impact we can make.
Our volunteer Clare Wildsmith was chosen to represent RNID in the People’s Procession in Edinburgh on Wednesday 5 July to celebrate the King’s coronation year. Here she reflects on her experience.
Brent has invested time and money in expanding his access to TV programmes but is often disappointed by their lack of subtitles.
Chris Coles is a deaf gay man from Wales. He is a trustee for Deaf Rainbow UK, an organisation that specialises in supporting deaf LGBTQ+ people. This Pride month, Chris celebrates the impact of inclusivity for his community.