RNID are incredibly disappointed that the Prime Minister has made the decision to remove the vital role of Minister for Disabled People
Associate Director for Health at RNID, Crystal Rolfe, explains what The Independent National Audiology Review has been about, and how RNID will work to ensure its recommendations improve vital audiology services across Scotland.
In our final instalment of this series, we look at the need for employers to take a holistic approach to improve outcomes for staff with hearing loss.
RNID, and especially those of us in the Research team, are extremely saddened to hear of the death of Dr Christian Füllgrabe.
In our third of a series of deep dives on the report with Claire Lavery, Associate Director for Employment we look at the challenges line managers face when supporting staff with hearing loss.
Second in the series of deep dives on the report with Claire Lavery, Associate Director for Employment, we look at the important role that senior leaders play in championing hearing loss at work.
RNID’s Rob Geaney, Head of Campaigns and External Affairs, talks us through this new Draft Media Bill and what is next for our Subtitle It campaign.
Rob Geaney, Head of Campaigns and External Affairs at RNID, breaks down what RNID are pleased to see and what we will continue to campaign for.
The first in our employment blog series with Claire Lavery. By encouraging open discussion on hearing loss at work, people will feel more confident and comfortable to disclose their own needs, and organisations will be better equipped with the information they need to put support in place.