Leinster Hearing Services support Active Retirement Ireland.
Leinster Hearing Services provides a 10% discount on the full range of hearing aids to all Active Retirement Ireland members and their families, and a free hearing test. All their hearing aids come with a long-term manufacturer’s warranty and a free aftercare and accessories package.
How to avail of the offer: Present ARI membership card
Location: Dedicated Hearing Centre in Carlow Town, and weekly clinics in Dublin North and Dublin South, Kildare, Laois and Offaly.
Leinster Hearing Service provide deals and reductions for Active Retirement Ireland members throughout the country from their clinics in Carlow, Athy, Ballyfermot, Finglas, Portarlington, Stradbally.
Leinster Hearing Services is a 100% Irish owned family business, that provides free hearing tests and the latest generation award winning hearing aids. Their service is provided by an experienced hearing care professional who is a member of the Irish and International Hearing Societies. Leinster Hearing Services is a department of Social Protection Panellist.
Active Retirement Ireland
Advocacy means different things to different people; good advocacy enables individuals or groups of people to have their interests given the same consideration as those of other citizens.
The population of older people throughout Europe has been seen either as a cause for concern as a demographic time bomb or as a cause for celebration. Advocacy can be about ensuring that older people are not scapegoat for the ills of society and/or the current economic downturn. Advocacy can be viewed in the following way:
•Advocacy is pursuit of influencing outcomes—including public policy, that directly affect people’s lives.
•Put simply, advocacy is about speaking up.
•Self-advocacy is when a person speaks up for themselves. This can be done alone or as part of a group.
In this case it is older people speaking out to compel the government to be more alert to the needs of older people and their rights. Advocacy promotes participation.In this case it is older people speaking out to compel the government to be more alert to the needs of older people and their rights. Advocacy promotes participation.
Advocacy comes about because older people are demanding their rights, making their views known. Advocacy facilitates not only the participation of active older people who are involved in older people’s organisations or senior parliaments, but also the more vulnerable older people. It enables older people to be involved, to be full citizens, not just as users of services but ensures that people have a voice in all aspects of life, e.g. health services, social services, transport and education.
As Ireland’s largest community-based older people’s organisation, ARI can be a powerful voice for not just its 24,500 members, but for all older people. The local ARA can play a pivotal role in advocating for the most vulnerable people in the community, as well as its members.
Discounts on their award winning hearing aids for Active Retirement Ireland members living throughout Ireland including County Carlow, County Kildare, County Laois, County Offaly, North County Dublin and South County Dublin.