Bankside Gallery has kindly offered to host a fundraising event for Sound Seekers on Thursday 12th May 2016 from 6-8pm. The exhibition is on “Re Original Prints”, which feature new works by leading printmakers. Michael Barratt, the President of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), will be giving a speech. Bankside Gallery has generously offered to donate 20% of all sales on the night to Sound Seekers. Traditional Malawi music will be
I recently spent 2 weeks volunteering in Cameroon Mbingo Baptist Hospital with my colleague & friend. I spent these 2 weeks working in the ENT department supporting the audiology technicians and also providing a training workshop in line with the WHO guidelines. Soundseekers were amazing in supporting me through this experience. Mbingo hospital is beautiful and all the people there are extraordinary. I enjoyed my whole time there, especially
Our project to build and develop a comprehensive audiology service in Blantyre, Malawi is featured in this month's British Association of Teachers of the Deaf magazine
UK audiologist Gemma Twitchen volunteered for us in Zambia and her trip was covered in the recent edition of Action on Hearing Loss magazine.
Dr Courtney Caron, an Audiologist from the United States takes us through a day in her life as a Sound Seekers volunteer in Malawi. There is no such thing as a typical day. Every day is different. The needs are different. The patients are different. What is needed from me is different. I have to prioritise what is needed most on any particular day. One thing is for sure though, a day in the life of an audiologist in Malawi is never boring
PRESS RELEASE: Sound Seekers, a UK charity dedicated to helping deaf people in some of the world's poorest communities, celebrates its 21st anniversary this month. Coinciding with ‘International Week of the Deaf 2015', Sound Seekers is taking the opportunity to celebrate its birthday and to thank its supporters and patrons - or ‘hearing heroes' - which include Specsavers, Prince Andrew (HRH Duke of York), Big Brother 2013 winner Sam Evans, and many
Big Brother winner Sam Evans is this week set to present a BBC Radio 4 appeal on behalf of UK charity Sound Seekers, calling for donations to help improve hearing care in some of the poorest communities of the developing world. Evans, who is severely deaf, has worked with the charity since 2014, helping to raise funds and awareness to support people with hearing loss, particularly children, in countries across Africa. "I had the opportunity to visit
Sound Seekers, a national charity dedicated to helping deaf people in the world's poorest communities, has recently returned from a week's visit to Malawi, delivering vital aid to deaf communities. The visit also allowed the team to manage a number of ongoing projects and initiatives, and receive critical updates regarding their recent campaign with Specsavers Hearing Centres. Sound Seekers' current projects in Malawi are expected to provide hearing
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ann-Marie who set herself a goal of completing 50 swims as a way of celebrating her 50th birthday last year has fundraised an amazing £425 for Sound Seekers, Here's what she old us about her experience: “I chose Sound Seekers after searching the web for a charity specialising in working with deaf people. Deafness is invisible and I wanted to raise awareness of the challenges faced by deaf people and the steps that
Nuur, a student at Doncaster College spent a week doing work experience at Sound Seekers. Originally from Somalia and hard of hearing, we interviewed him on his last day with us: Were you born with hearing loss or did you acquire it when you got older? Nurr was named ‘person of the day’, which consisted of him wearing a plastic crown and posing for a photo! As I was growing up my hearing got worse. When I was one, I got an ear infection.