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PUBLISHED: 11:15 02 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:25 03 July 2010

FOLLOWING the success of its first visit to the Great Yarmouth area earlier this year the Listen Here mobile clinic, operated by the Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA), will be returning to the area.

FOLLOWING the success of its first visit to the Great Yarmouth area earlier this year the Listen Here mobile clinic, operated by the Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA), will be returning to the area.

The mobile clinic will be at the Rainbow supermarket in Bradwell, tomorrow between 10am and midday.

The free facility offers hearing aid maintenance as well as advice on all aspects of hearing loss.

The mobile service travels county-wide, offering information on how to use and look after hearing aids as well as providing basic maintenance such as re-tubing and battery replacement. Advice will also be available on the potential benefits of lip reading and sign language.

Anyone interested in sponsoring the facility next year should contact Pam Spicer on 01603 404440 or email listenhere@norfolkdeaf.org.uk.


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