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Hearing aid support volunteer – Glasgow

Provide support and advice to NHS hearing aid users at our Hear to Help Hearing Aid Maintenance Clinic, helping with basic maintenance and support of hearing aids. What you’ll be doing As a hearing aid support volunteer, you will: attend our regular support sessions for hearing aid usersundertake basic maintenance on hearing aids such as cleaning or changing tubing, ear moulds and filters and replacing batteriesoffer practical support to optimise hearing aidssignpost other agencies that may be beneficial to the service usermonitor...

Hearing aid support volunteer – Newtown, Machynlleth and Llandridndod Wells, Wales

Provide support and advice to NHS hearing aid users at our Hear to Help Hearing Aid Maintenance Clinic, helping with basic maintenance and support of hearing aids. Due to the current pandemic any face-to-face volunteering activities will be carried out strictly in accordance with Government regulations and full PPE measures will be implemented. What you’ll be doing As a hearing aid support volunteer, you will: attend our regular support sessions for hearing aid usersundertake basic maintenance on hearing aids such as cleaning or...

Live Well befriender: south, west and mid-Wales

Provide support and friendship to deaf people and people with tinnitus and hearing loss through befriending via telephone, video calls or face-to-face visits. What you’ll be doing As a Live Well befriender, you will: Call or visit service users at a regular time each week for a period of 10 weeks provide essential companionship for those who have problems leaving their homemake service users feel valued and knownlisten and chat to the service usershare your own experiences (if you have this) of deafness,...

Hearing aid support volunteer – City and Hackney, London

Provide support and advice to NHS hearing aid users at our Hear to Help Hearing Aid Maintenance Clinic*, helping with basic maintenance and support of hearing aids. *Due to the current pandemic any face-to-face volunteering activities will be carried out strictly in accordance with Government regulations and full PPE measures will be implemented. What you’ll be doing As a hearing aid support volunteer, you'll: attend our regular support sessions for hearing aid usersundertake basic maintenance on hearing aids such as cleaning or changing...

Meet and Greet volunteer in Powys, Wales

Powys Hear to Help, funded by Powys Teaching Health Board, offers hearing aid repairs, maintenance and information for people with NHS hearing aids. We're creating a new COVID-safe clinic that offers a “drive through” and need to recruit volunteers to support this. What you’ll be doing As a Meet and Greet Volunteer you will: help staff to safely transfer the aids from the client in the car park to the hearing aid maintenance volunteers within the venueassist clients with service proceduressupport staff...