‘Access to health services must be improved for deaf people’

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‘Access to health services must be improved for deaf people’

For some deaf people, visiting a local GP or hospital can be a challenge. So much so, many don't even bother meaning they're more at risk of preventable ill-health. 

It's something campaigners say urgently needs to change.

A London Assembly report is calling for improvements to the access to health services.

That report was commissioned by the deputy chair of the Assembly's Health Committee Andrew Boff who explained more along with Roger Wicks of Action on Hearing Loss.

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