£15 – £55

Staying Connected, Informed and Empowered

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173-177 Euston Road

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NW1 2BJ

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Staying connected, informed and empowered

An international event hosted jointly by the National Association of Deafened People (NADP) www.nadp.org.uk and the European Federation of Hard of Hearing People ( EFHOH) www.efhoh.org . This is a unique opportunity to meet delegates from hard of hearing communities across Europe.

The event provides an opportunity for you to hear directly from the most senior leaders in hearing care and the disability movement, discover innovative work led by industry, and network with colleagues from across the sector.

Speakers: Penny Mordaunt MP ( UK Minister for Disabled People) Dr. Laszlo Lovaszy (Expert at the UN CRPD Committee and EU Parliament Advisor), Lilian Greenwood (MP for Nottingham South), Søren Hougaard (Secretary General of the European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association), Mark Laureyns (President of the European Association of Hearing Care Professionals), Gareth Ford - Williams (Head of Accessibility, BBC Design and Engineering), Sarah Herlinger ( Senior Manager for Global Accessibility Policy and Initiatives at Apple) and David Bradshaw (Digital TV Group) are already confirmed to speak at the Conference.

We have a number of exhibitors confirmed offering services and advice to delegates.

Program Excerpt:

Saturday 6th May

Conference – Including all speakers and topics affecting the UK and International Community.

NADP AGM - lunchtime ( Free to NADP members)

Gala Dinner – Ticket only dinner at an iconic London venue

Accessibility:

The venue has hearing loops and is fully accessible for persons with mobility issues.

The event is supported with speech to text reporting and Lipspeaking.


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