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A postgraduate Clinical Psychologists has asked for help from the hard of hearing community on BBC 2 programme, See Hear.
See Here is a magazine programme for the deaf and hard of hearing presented in sign language with subtitles.
Sarah Powell is studying depression and the associated risks in the hard of hearing population for her doctorate and with the aid of the Customer Support Services team in Computing Services, Sarah set up a survey for her research.
Individuals who are hard of hearing and have lost their hearing after the age of three years old are being invited to take part in the research, if you are interested in helping Sarah log on to her research page.
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