ESHRC - East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre

Welcome to the East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre Website

Registered Charity Number 1101140

Director - John Leonard
 

The East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre is a registered charity aiming to improve the quality of life for Deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing people living in East Sussex

We have 'drop-in days' on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 10am - 4pm.

Appointments available on request on other days.

 


 

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As from July 2013 we now have trained volunteers doing hearing aid maintenance and allocating batteries at our Resource Centre at 8 St Leonard's Road, Eastbourne.  This service is for National Health Service Audiology patients only and please remember to bring your BROWN NHS HEARING AID BOOK with you.

This service operates on Tuesday and Wednesday morning only between 10am and 12 midday.
 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR BROWN NHS HEARING AID BOOK WITH YOU.

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

 

 

National Volteering Week 1st - 7th June

Why volunteer

People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons.  For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community or make a difference to the people around them.  For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge.  Regardless of the motivation, what unites them all is that they find it both challenging and rewarding.

Below are just some of the reasons people choose to volunteer.

  • Make a difference to the lives of others
  • Help others less fortunate than themselves
  • Feel valued and part of a team
  • Gain new skills, knowledge and experience
  • Developing existing skills and knowledge
  • Improve confidence and self-esteem
  • Enhancing a CV
  • Improving one's employment prospects
  • Gaining an accreditation
  • Meeting new people and making new friends
  • A chance to socialise
  • Getting to know the local community

We are committed to providing good, high quality volunteering opportunities to anyone who wants to gain knowledge and experience of dealing with the complex issues relating to hearing loss.  However, we are firm believers that volunteering should be voluntary and therefore we do not accept placement of people on the Government’s “workfare” scheme and will not put people at risk of welfare sanctions.  See links below.

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