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Hear Here - Hearing Loss Network

Harley Street Hearing

Thursday, 23 November 2017 from 19:00 to 22:00 (GMT)

Hear Here - Hearing Loss Network

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Hear Here are delighted to invite you to the third exclusive drinks and networking event on Thursday 23rd November, kindly sponsored by J.P. Morgan, one of the most recognised financial institutions worldwide. 

The event is FREE to attend and marks the first anniversary of 'Hear Here', the independent social and professional networking group established to foster connections between those affected by hearing loss.  Hear Here continues to go from strength to strength and we're excited by this opportunity to bring members and friends together once again in an inclusive, communication-supported setting where we can make new connections, as well as share ideas and inspiration.  We'll also be hosting representatives from a number of the main hearing technology companies, who will be available to showcase and discuss cutting-edge assistive technology.  

With views across London's Canary Wharf where guests will be served drinks and canapes, plus full BSL / interpreter and palantypist support and open access for hearing and guide dogs, we offer a welcoming event for all and look forward to seeing you there! 

Please see the details below and book your place today:

 When:                 23 November 2017, from 7pm

 Where:                J.P. Morgan, 25 Bank St, Canary Wharf, London E14 5JP

                           (nearest tube: Canary Wharf)

 Cost:                    Free of charge


JP Morgan 

JP Morgan believe diversity brings together people with unique perspectives, and inclusion creates opportunities for all individuals to contribute and work together to achieve success as a whole. Working in an inclusive environment motivates exceptional effort, or—put more simply—it makes us all better at what we do.

 Creating a diverse and inclusive environment is critical to our success. AccessAbility is one of the ways we're making it happen. It fosters a greater awareness and appreciation of the unique backgrounds, styles and perspectives of people with disabilities.








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J.P. Morgan
25 Bank Street
E14 5JP London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 23 November 2017 from 19:00 to 22:00 (GMT)

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Harley Street Hearing

About Harley Street Hearing 

Harley Street Hearing are London’s leading independent hearing centres. Our Audiologists are highly trained professionals who aim to achieve the best possible outcome for each patient and their hearing needs. As a fully-independent practice we having the flexibility to prescribe a wide range of hearing aids from all manufacturers and can therefore provide the most up-to-date and discreet hearing technology.  Working alongside ENT and audiovestibular specialists across the UK, we offer a comprehensive and holistic approach to patient care.

Across the UK we are consulted on a range of hearing topics and have appeared on a number of different media formats including BBC radio two and most recently on Channel 5 advising on good practice in audiological diagnostics.

About Warren Stapley (Co-Organiser)

Warren is the co-founder of Hear Here alongside Jaspreet Bahra, who is the Senior Audiologist at Harley Street Hearing and 2013 UK / European winner of the prestigious 'Audiologist of the Year' competition.  Warren was born with a severe hearing impairment, whom since having been diagnosed as a child has worn hearing aids from the age of six.  Warren has benefited from many years of tuition to assist with his speech and lip-reading and currently works as an Associate in the Finance Group of international law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP. 

Warren's more unusual hearing loss, characterised by its significant losses across low frequencies, makes it particularly difficult to discern speech and to use telephones, among other tasks so often taken for granted.  Like so many members of the Hear Here network, Warren is very interested in how we manage hearing loss in demanding work environments and is committed to sharing knowledge and ideas on how we might make things better.    


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