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Photographs from the 2018 conference

Lidia Best NADP Chair opens the Conference
Lilian Greenwood,MP, NADP President with Lidia at tea break
Morning Speakers
From Left to right
Mohammed Butt, Mohammed Butt, Regional Business Adviser, Oticon. -  Brain Hearing – Making Sense of Sounds
Lilian Greenwood, MP, NADP President, Opening Speech,
Emmanuelle Blondiaux-Ding, NADP Trustee - NADP Audiology Survey - Initial findings
Sue Archbold, PhD, Hon LLD, NADP Patron - Person Centred Approach for Cochlear Implants
Prof David Welbourn, CEO BSHAA - Person Centred Approach from Audiology Perspective
Morning Speakers with Lidia and Simon
Panel Discussion at the end of the Morning Session
Afternoon Panel and Speakers.
From left to right
Katrina Williams, NADP Trustee - Employment – What Works and Social Support
Lisa Baldock MBE - Employment – Disability Passport
Ros Josephs, ALS
Tom Levitt, NADP Patron - Panel Chair
Molly Berry, ATLA Chair - Building your skills, Lip Reading and Managing Hearing
Loss classes
Lidia and Inca in front
Inca

NADP Conference and AGM 2018

16 June at 10:00–17:00

NCVO (National Association of Voluntary Organisations)

Society Building, 8 All Saints St, N1 9RL London, United Kingdom

Working Better with your Hearing

Maximizing your potential as a deafened person - Utilising Audiology Services and Improving your employment opportunities

The Conference this year intends to address two key themes captured by NHS England and DWP in their joint "What works" publications, Audiology and Employment. 

The conference will be opened by Lilian Greenwood MP. Speakers include Prof David Welbourn (CEO BSHAA), Jane Cordell (www.gettingequal.com), Dr Sue Archbold, Lisa Baldock MBE, Mohammed Butt (Oticon).


The morning session will cover the Person Centred Approach advocated by NHS England’s Action Plan on Hearing Loss, looking from the perspective of audiology, the hearing aid manufacturer and the Cochlear Implant program. It will also include a presentation of the preliminary results of NADPs Audiology Survey.

Our speakers will cover changes in audiology and support services, social services and compare services offered in Cochlear Implant and Hearing Aid departments. It will also include the results of NADPs Audiology Survey and strategies to improve communication from a hearing coach. There will be a panel discussion with an opportunity for the audience to ask questions and share their views. 

The afternoon session will look at the changing employment market for deaf people based on DWP publication What Works: Employment. We look at strategies being put in place to assist deafened people in employment and those seeking new opportunities including the development of the disability passport in the civil service.
 

Both morning and afternoon sessions will conclude with a panel discussion. 
Communication Support provided by STTR (Speech to Text), Lipspeaker with sign and Hearing Loop. 

There will also be practical demonstrations of assistive equipment and stands by supportive services during lunch and tea breaks.

An after Conference Meal in the evening and Lipspeaking Tour on Sunday morning are also arranged.

 


Doors open at 9.00 am and the Conference itself starts at 10.00 am. Lunch will be at 1.00 and the AGM takes place at 2.00pm. The afternoon session starts at 2.30 pm and the Conference draws to a close at 5.00pm.

Tickets cost £12 each for NADP members and companions, £15 for Hard of Hearing People and £30 for Professionals and Charity workers. New NADP members can buy a ticket for £20 which includes 1 years NADP membership and bring a companion for £12. 

Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite (a short video on how to use it is available below)Eventbrite - Working better with your Hearing

or by sending a cheque for the appropriate amount to NADP, Dalton House, 60 Windsor Avenue, London SW19 2RR. If sending a cheque, please enclose your name and address, (email address if you have one) and let us know whether you intend to bring a hearing dog.

The poster for this event is also available to download from here

How to pay using Eventbrite
How to pay by Bank or Credit Card.mp4
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NADP Conference Walk
Free Lipspeaking Tour tickets available on Eventbrite or by email to Events@nadp.org.uk
NADP Conference Walk 2018.pdf
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Conference 2017 Lipspeaking Walking Tour of Bloomsbury

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