To help everyone enjoy life’s Magic Moments, The Campaign for Better Hearing, in association with Hidden Hearing is giving away up to 5 pairs of hearing aids a month to people who otherwise wouldn’t have access to them.
As part of this give back programme, we will donate a pair of hearing aids for every 1000 hearing tests taken. The worthy recipients will be selected by our panel of supporters each month.
To join in the campaign yourself, simply take a hearing test.
See why Jennie Bond, Royal Commentator
doesn’t want to miss a moment
The campaign for better hearing aims to celebrate the Magic Moments we experience
in life that make us remember just how wonderful it is. Without her hearing aids, Royal
Commentator Jennie Bond would miss so much more than every day goings on.
“One of the highlights this year is going to be the wedding of Harry and Meghan at
Windsor Castle; I expect I should be there. The crowds will be enormous and
thank goodness I should be able to hear what everyone's saying because I’ll
have my hearing aid in”.
Our panel of supporters will help to select the worthy recipients of the Give back programme.
Read their reflections on why it’s important to have a hearing test.
The campaign for better hearing aims to celebrate the Magic Moments we experience in life that make us remember just how wonderful it is.
Without her hearing aids, the BBC’s Jennie Bond would miss so much more than every day goings on.
Dr Hilary Jones knows this all too well. For over 25 years he’s been campaigning to improve the nation’s health, in particular our hearing which he believes is often overlooked.
“Our hearing is intrinsically linked to so many areas of our life, and our health! Latest research shows that by ignoring a potential hearing problem, we not only risk missing out on life’s Magic Moments, but also increase our risk of dementia, diabetes and depression”.
“The link between hearing loss and dementia is a new area of focus as we search for ways of protecting the memories that make up our Magic Moments.
Just as dementia research aims to help people stay connected to their world, so can looking after your hearing. I think that speaks for itself!”