Free webinar: Smartphone features for people with Hearing Loss

Please note: the date for this webinar has passed - access the webinar recording and slide deck for the presentation from the free expert resources section of our website.

Over the last few years advances in technology have opened up communication options for people with hearing loss and deafness, particularly on smartphones.

AbilityNet and Action on Hearing Loss logosIn an upcoming webinar AbilityNet in partnership with Action on Hearing Loss will show you the latest smartphone features and adaptations that allow people with hearing loss to stay in control of their technology and achieve their goals online.

This webinar will contain useful information for people with hearing loss as well as their friends, families and colleagues. It would also be beneficial for anyone with a professional interest in hearing impairments and assistive technology such as occupational therapists, support workers, etc.

The webinar will last 45 minutes and includes a question and answer session. Those that register for the webinar will receive a recording, even if unable to attend live.

Register for our 'Smartphone features for people with Hearing Loss' webinar now

About the webinar

A smartphone with the home screen displayedDid you know there are 11 million people with hearing loss in the UK? Our webinar starts with some facts to show the importance of the support available from AbilityNet, Action on Hearing Loss and other organisations.

Next we will look at the accessibility features that are readily available in smartphone settings, including live transcribe and baby detectors.

It is possible to connect smartphones to hearing aids - we will share hearing aid compatibility ratings, hearing loop settings and will talk about amplified smartphones.

The webinar will end with a question and answer session with our experts.

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