We have helped over 1,000 UK Veterans just like you to receive up to £4,000 of funding for through the Veterans Hearing Fund
Veterans Hearing Fund
The Veterans Hearing Fund (VHF) was launched by The Royal British Legion in 2015 and it supports veterans of all services with hearing loss providing them with equipment and therapies to improve their hearing health and wellbeing. The fund, generated from the Libor fines totaling £13 million over a five years period, comes as a result of The Royal British Legion’s research and campaigning both through Lost Voices and the 2015 Manifesto which included veterans’ access to hearing aids as a key policy recommendation.
“Upon reading about the British Legion scheme for ex-servicemen I was somewhat sceptical. However, after having had an extensive test with Samantha at Hear4u that identified the need for specialist hearing aids and been supported by them all through the application process I am now a convert. The new aids have greatly extended my hearing capability and I am learning to use them in more ways – I.e. Music. If you are ex-service and have a hearing problem I would certainly recommend Hear4u.”
– Phil Brown
Helping Veterans hear better for over 2 years!
Over the past two years, we have successfully improved the hearing of over 1 thousand Veterans and what is more, we offer a fantastic aftercare service. We will continue to offer this much-needed facility to all our Veterans in such a professional and efficient way that more successes will be achieved over the coming years. Do you qualify as a Veteran or are you not sure? Please contact our friendly staff who, with a few simple questions, can answer that for you and help put you on the road to a completely new and exciting life-changing journey. Want to know more?
Providing Hearing Aids and Hearing Care to Veterans of all Services!
We provide the very best Hearing Aids to Veterans of all services, including the Armed Forces, Police and Emergency Services.
Experience of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
Our personal experience with noise-induced deafness gives us a solid grounding in the treatment of this type of hearing loss. I fitted my Husband with hearing aids about 4 years ago. His hearing loss is typical of someone who has served in the Armed Forces and has been exposed to gunfire (whether small arms or large weapon systems) or even loud engine noise.
Through trial and error, we have gathered a large knowledge base and clear understanding of what the issues are and how to treat them. We also understand and use specialist testing that is needed for this type of hearing loss. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) isn’t easy to treat and we have learned that it demands the highest level of hearing instrument technology.