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Tuesday 21 August 2012
1.30 pm at the Memorial Hall Supper Room next to the Library on Main St, Otaki.

Speaker: Dr Steven Finlay, CEO of the Cleantech Trust
Refreshment at conclusion

RVSP by 19th August 2012
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Life Unlimited – Hearing Therapy Services

Tel: To contact a Hearing Therapist in your area - Freephone: 0800 008 011 or use the local direct dial number provided
Website: www.lifeunlimited.net.nz

A free independent national service funded by the Ministry of Health for NZ residents or citizens aged 16 years+ who are experiencing communication difficulties due to hearing impairment. Referrals can be made by Doctors, Audiologists, health professionals or by self referral.

Staff Contacts:
Anne Greatbatch
, Hearing Therapist: Wairarapa, Manawatu - Whanganui
E-mail: anneg@lifeunlimited.net.nz

Jenny Southee, Hearing Therapist: - Manawatu, Marton
E-mail: jennys@lifeunlimited.net.nz

Lynley Hastings, Trainee Hearing Therapist: - Horowhenua
Levin: 0800 008 011

Contact details for appointments:
Levin 0800 008 011 Dannevirke (06) 374 7137
Masterton 0800 008 011 (ask to be transferred to 06 374 7137 – Dannevirke)
Marton (06) 327 7222
Palmerston North (06) 357 8708
Whanganui (06) 357 8708 (ask for an appointment at Whanganui clinic please)

To contact a Hearing Therapist in your area  Phone 0800 008 011, or use the local direct dial number provided.

A Hearing Therapist can:
- Do a hearing assessment and discuss any hearing issues with you
- Teach ways of improving communication skills  
- Help you use your hearing more effectively
- Help you use your hearing aid(s) to greater effect 
- Give information about equipment available to assist with daily living, e.g. telephone, television
- Offer information and advice on funding options
- Offer practical advice to people with tinnitus
- Provide information about hearing loss and its prevention to professional groups, voluntary organisations and the general public