As part of the merger, all staff and volunteers from Cambridgeshire Hearing Help will transfer over to the Cambridgeshire Deaf Association and continue their mission to reduce the impact of hearing loss for people in the county.
Chairman of Cambridgeshire Hearing Loss Paul McCloskey said: “Cambridgeshire Hearing Help (CHH) is proud of its long history of serving people throughout the county who experience hearing loss. We firstly developed our services as CAMTAD and then as CHH since 2014.
"However, as a small local charity, we are not unusual in finding that much has changed over the decades, and our NHS hearing aid maintenance services are increasingly highly-valued by thousands of people in our local communities. We know therefore that it is incredibly important that our Hearing Aid Maintenance centres and our services to residential home and housebound residents continue.
Read more at: https://www.peterboroughmatters.co.uk/local-news/charities-to-merge-into-one-stop-shop-for-those-with-hearing-loss-2330214