Wellbeing starts with self-care
Your wellbeing is our absolute priority as we face this second wave of COVID-19 together.
Our Care Package features ideas for self-care and wellness to help you through these uncertain times. With a slight shift in our mindset, being at home can become an opportunity to spend time on activities you may not have had the time or energy to focus on before, or even start a fun new hobby.
We also provide proven tips to maintain your mental health and set up routines to help find regular movement in your day.
Together, we can get through this. Click the button below to download your Care Package.
The National Foundation for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing has ten member organisations, each with a different focus. All are committed to promoting hearing health and helping those with hearing loss.
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The following support services are available and free to access.
Need to talk? Free call or text 1737 any time for support from a trained counsellor.
Lifeline – 0800 543 354 (0800 LIFELINE) or free text 4357 (HELP).
Youthline – 0800 376 633, free text 234, email firstname.lastname@example.org or online chat.
Samaritans – 0800 726 666.
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NFDHH works hard to connect people who are Deaf or hard of hearing by sharing their stories and diverse experiences with hearing loss and by building a supportive community.
In a world where being different can be uncomfortable, bringing attention to your hearing loss can be a difficult thing to do.
However, often when we are more accepting of who we are and ask for what we need - we are much more likely to receive it.
Letting go of fears of being judged by others can be tricky, but being open about your hearing loss can feel like a huge weight has been lifted from your shoulders.
Check out our online community here:
Lily McManus Discusses Her Hearing Loss
A lack of representation of young people living with hearing loss in the media and the stigma that surrounded hearing loss all had an impact on during her younger years.