Help for hearing aid users

The Lisburn Hearing Aid User Support Service will be held on the fourth Wednesday of each month at Trinity Methodist Church in Ballymacoss Avenue.

The service will be open from 1.30pm until 3.30pm and the next session being held on Wednesday, January 26.

The service can provide new batteries, cleaning and retubing of earmoulds for NHS hearing aids.

This is a socially distanced drop-off and pick-up service.

Hearing aids must be placed in a labelled envelope with name and contact details.

They will be collected at the entrance and brought inside for maintenance.

Users can wait in their car or return later to collect hearing aids.

Hearing aids can be dropped off by friends or family members.

There will be further sessions held on February 23, March 23, and April 27.

The RNID has been helping people with hearing loss for more than 100 years.

In the early 1900s, Leo Bonn, a successful banker with hearing loss, decided to use his wealth to improve the lives of those who were deaf, or had hearing loss. There were many societies, schools and missions devoted to the education and welfare of deaf people but they didn’t work together. Leo saw the need for a new, national organisation to coordinate activities so more people could be helped.

For further information visit or contact [email protected] or call 07342 994453.