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A platform for personal stories that connects people and amplifies the voices of people who experience the social and emotional impacts of hearing conditions? That sounds fair to us. We recognise that social connection is not always within people’s reach, particularly for people with hearing conditions. Social media can be a good way to reach out and connect.

Hearing conditions are invisible, but the social and emotional impacts are not.

LET’S TALK ABOUT THIS HERE, AND NOW.

At Soundfair, everything we do is led and informed by the needs of people who experience the social and emotional impacts of hearing conditions. 

The [email protected] project runs on Soundfair’s social media channels on Saturday, when each week a different person tells their story. We publish a recap here the following week.

Being vulnerable takes strength. If you would like to share your story, please contact Lisa, [email protected] or call 1300 242 842.

Soundfair

Stories to catalyse change

Social Connection

Maxine smiling after her acoustic neuroma journey

An acoustic neuroma journey

Social Connection

Hannah, aged 21, smiling at the camera

The power of small things

Social Connection

mental health

Victoria Didenko: On tinnitus and mental health

Social Connection

audiologists

How can audiologists best support people with hearing conditions?

Hearing conditions have psychosocial impacts that include feelings of frustration, shame, isolation, and loneliness.

Social Connection

Chrissie's mother wearing a MND facemask

Caring for parents – Chrissy’s story

Social Connection

Soundfair Victorian Hearing Aid Bank Recipient, Glyn Lewis