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About Us

Your understanding and help has been invaluable

 Mrs B, Billericay

Over a quarter of a million people in Essex have some degree of hearing loss, nationally that amounts to one in six of the population.

Hearing Help Essex exists to alleviate the isolation and loneliness that hearing loss can bring.

We work with those who have acquired hearing loss, by offering practical help, support, advice and guidance.

Since 1986, our dedicated staff and volunteers have visited dozens of venues across the County each month, running drop in sessions, information stands, and delivering talks and training. Many of our team have hearing loss themselves so can empathise as well as offer practical help. We offer a home visiting service for housebound clients living within our operational area across our services.

Hearing loss is an invisible and often misunderstood disability. We work to increase deaf awareness across the wider community by delivering training and talks to groups and organisations.
We work very closely with the audiology departments of Broomfield, Basildon, Colchester, Epping, Harlow, Addenbrookes, and Southend Hospitals, who recognise the value of our work and refer clients to us. We also work in close partnership with the ECL Essex Sensory community and other charitable and statutory organisations. For further information, please see our Signposting page.
Hearing Help Essex is grateful for funding provided by Chelmsford City Council, Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group, Essex County Council, Maldon District Council Livewell Group, Uttlesford District Council, Basildon Council, Braintree District Council, and other grant making trusts and local organisations which support the work of the charity.
In order to sustain our work, and to keep our services free to our clients, donations and grants are always welcome. If you are interested in supporting the work of HHE please contact our CEO, Sophie Ede.