Reducing Loneliness & Developing Management of Stress for Older People with Sensory Loss
Sensory Impaired Support Group (S.I.S.G.) is a Scottish Recognised Charity in Scotland that works and delivers services across Ayrshire. Providing support and information to thousands of deaf, hard of hearing and visually impaired people who otherwise would miss out on valuable and important information and support – support that is specifically geared to the individual by caring, professional staff and volunteers.
To ensure our services are of the highest quality in terms of information and support we carry out ongoing evaluation of our services which includes: focus groups feedback, client questionnaires, photo diaries etc. This assists us to continually improve and maintain our objectives.
You can visit the FREE SERVICE at the our drop in centres to get your: hearing aid batteries clean your mould renew your tubing sight and/or Hearing loss advice and assistance Details are...Read More
FREE SERVICE Why not come along to one of our small, friendly groups? Available in Ayr (Hospital) Largs (TocH Hall) Troon (Old Parish Church) and Galston You can learn: Skills on how to best ma...Read More
SISG have a Resource & Information Centre which is open every Wednesday from 10am-12pm where the public can come and have their NHS hearing aids serviced, pick up batteries and receive advice/...Read More
Helping Older People with Acquired Hearing/Sight Loss “Managing Your Hearing Loss” – 4 groups throughout Ayrshire offering fortnightly sessions providing vital tools, information and advice o...Read More
IF YOU HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW HEARING AID AND WISH TO RECEIVE FURTHER HELP ON THE PRACTICAL WORKINGS OF YOUR AID THEN PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOPS. WED 13TH MARCH - AYR EDUCATION ...Read More