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Memory and Hearing – Knowing What To Say and How to Say It

Last updated on April 26, 2021

Two Stirling-based organisations have joined forces to explore how people talk about common health conditions, focusing in particular on hearing and memory.  They are keen for people with an interest in these issues to support their efforts by completing an anonymous survey.  It will take about 10 minutes.  

The survey is relevant to everyone, irrespective of personal experiences of hearing or memory issues.  It can be completed anonymously by clicking this link: 

Paper copies can be requested by calling Sally Shaw at Ideas for Ears on 07739 581059.  The survey will be posted to you with a reply-paid envelope.  All responses must be received by end of Monday 31 May.  

The project is a joint initiative involving Sally Shaw of Ideas for Ears, Richard Kilborn of Our Connected Neighbourhoods, and Petra Soltesz, a final year student of Psychology at the University of Stirling. They will seek to identify how well equipped we are to talk about common health issues, and whether the way we talk about them is the same or different to the way they are talked about by people and organisations seeking to offer help, support and information.