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What would you fear missing out on the most?

More than half¹ of Silversurfers members said they wished they’d sought help for their hearing problems sooner in a recent Speakers Corner Poll.

Around one in six people in the UK currently suffer from hearing loss² but many are undiagnosed and suffering in silence.

Today we’re asking you to vote in our poll and tell us what you would fear missing out on the most and would prompt you to get a hearing check.

 

What is the one thing you’d most hate to miss out on?

Dialogue in your favourite TV show or movies
0%
Conversations at dinner or social gathering
0%
Birdsong and the sounds of nature
0%
Special family events such as wedding speeches
0%
Conversations and games with grandchildren
0%
Relatives’ phone and video calls
0%
The full melody of your favourite record
0%
Peoples’ names when first meeting them
0%
Other – Please Comment Below
0%
Based on 56 public votes.

¹ 56%

² Action on Hearing Loss

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Hank999
8th Aug 2018
1
Thanks for voting!
I am deaf and I can with a hearing aid in one ear listen to nature. But I can't converse in groups because of background noise so I was voting from experience
Alba19
7th Aug 2018
2
Thanks for voting!
Can any9ne imagine a world without the sight and sounds of birdsong.? I have read that during world war 1 the landscape was so devastated that the birds disappeared altogether. Today I watched a very rare sighting of a thrush in our hegderow took me right back to my childhood when they frequented our garden in numbers.
I wonder when 9r if we get to heaven the birds will still be singing. Just a pleasant thought.

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