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Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind organises a monthly audio book club that meets on the first Thursday of the month at Gaywood Library.
If you are blind or partially sighted, a guide dog could change your life. There's no upper age limit, people in their 70s, 80s and 90s have become successful guide dog owners. You don't need to have lost all your sight, most people who own a guide…
The Hearing Care Partnership is a blend of specialist audiology services hosted in well-established local optician practices, but are also open to the wider local community. Our professional services include: free hearing assessments, including video otoscopy ( photograph of the ear canal and ear drum),…
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity and centre of excellence in training hearing dogs to alert deaf people to everyday household sounds and danger signals in the home, work place and in public buildings.
Hearing Link is a UK charity for people with hearing loss and for their families. It offers advice, information and support through its Helpdesk and through a network of friendly community support volunteers.
Hidden Hearing offers a full range of services, from free hearing tests to the supply and repair of hearing aids. It has centres at: King's Lynn Hunstanton Swaffham
Holidays For All is a consortium of leading disability charities, social enterprises and specialist tour companies. Together they provide leisure activities and holidays throughout the UK and abroad for people with physical, sensory or learning disabilities, their friends and families. Individual tour operators in the…
Hunstanton Eye Care is part of Eye Care Norfolk Ltd which also has a branch at Cromer. Welcome NHS and private patients. Wheelchair access at both branches.
JollyDays provide supported holidays for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities. The majority of its supported holidays are wheelchair accessible.
Kings Lynn Deaf Club organise and run social evenings and outings for the Deaf Community. The group meet at the Deaf Centre every second Saturday of the month. The group attracts between 25 to 35 people every month and visitors can enjoy bingo, raffle, and…