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For 28 years Janice has valued the support of having a hearing dog. Now, having just received her fourth dog, Janice reflects on the huge difference they have made to her life.
Lynn is a superb volunteer and treasured friend who welcomes puppies, fellow volunteers and even film crews into her interesting home and life.
Over and above being a very talented dog trainer, Aimee also takes the most amazing photos, which really help us to spread awareness. If you ever need to see a happy face, then Mocha’s Instagram page is the place to go!
Hearing dog Edgar helps his deaf partner John on a daily basis, but not long ago Edgar stepped in to help rescue a member of the public.
This will be new mum Kirsten's first Mother’s Day and she has so much to thank hearing dog Pickle for…
Angela Johnson is one of our longest serving volunteers, a great ambassador for the charity in our local community and just one of the nicest people you could hope to meet.
Unquestionably, saying goodbye can be a challenging part of being a volunteer with Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. Here are some favourite pieces of advice, and other wise words, from volunteers who have been through the experience.
When Lauren’s first hearing dog Sam retired, she knew there would be big paws to fill. However, black Labrador Douglas stepped in to give Lauren the confidence she needed to live life the way she wants, just like Sam had done before.
Peter is a real gentleman. He’s hardworking, conscientious and someone that can be entirely relied upon. It’s great to have him around and his calm influence is really appreciated.
Since Elizabeth joined our volunteer family she has consistently been known for rolling up her sleeves to tackle anything asked of her in a very practical, willing and quietly competent way.
Taking on any task with a big smile, James Kemp really is an outstanding volunteer for Hearing Link and our Volunteer of the Month for November 2021!
For sixteen-year-old Ryan, the emotional support of a hearing dog has made life so much easier, especially in times of stress and anxiety.