Hearing Dogs for Deaf People in the news
To kick-off our 30th year celebrations our inspiring hearing dogs for deaf children project featured on the March 5 edition of BBC Breakfast. See the BBC piece and also review some of the other news coverage we have received this week.
Click on the image below to see just how hearing dog Kurt is changing the life of 10-year-old James. (Link takes you to the BBC website, transcript provided).
Mail on Sunday
Hearing Dogs are the perfect companion for deaf children like 11-year old Poppy Nicholson. Read the story of how her hearing dog Maddie has changed not only her life, but made a huge difference to the whole family.
Children and Young People Now
Read about our pioneering project to partner deaf children with hearing dogs for the first time which ahs transformed the lives of the young people involved, helping them grow in confidence, feel safer and achieve more at school.
Whilst at Crufts the More4 team caught up with Sam Russell, his mum Jane and his hearing dog Ember. Watch the coverage again.
Eleven-year-old recipient Sam Russell from Lancashire tells the Daily Express just why his hearing dog Ember is his “lifeline to the outside world”.
Sky News Online
Prime Minister David Cameron meets his namesake, hearing dog puppy ‘Cameron’ at a special 30th year reception in his West Oxfordshire constituency.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People at Crufts 2012
Relive the magic of Crufts 2012 and watch the Charity’s world-leading demonstration team in action in the event’s Main Ring at the LG Arena in Birmingham. A full transcript is available.