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A CARING NEW YEAR


Bullying, school stress and Brexit fears top list of worries for children in 2019


Are you looking after your hearing? We’re here to give you FREE advice and answer any questions you may have about your hearing health.


Viney Hearing Care is holding a week of events to promote hearing awareness in the community.


Call today to attend any of our events. Spaces will be limited.


Monday 11th FREE Microsuction


The SAFEST way to clean your ears. If you have problems with dull or itching ears, it could be wax blocking your ear canals. Come and have a FREE hearing health check to see if wax is the problem. If it is, we can remove it with the latest and SAFEST techniques. Places will be limited (Normal cost £45)


Wednesday 13th Latest hearing instrument technology demonstrations


Do you struggle to hear in company, watching the TV or on the phone? We understand that having hearing loss can make these listening situations very difficult. Allow us to demonstrate how the latest connective wireless technology can take away the strain of listening and see how easy it can be to enjoy these simple pleasures again. Book your free appointment to see how the latest wireless technology could improve your quality of hearing.


Thursday 14th Exhibition of the world’s smallest hearing instruments


The new era of ‘invisible hearing’. We work with the world’s leading hearing instrument manufacturers to provide the most discreet instruments with the finest hearing quality. Instruments that you can’t see and can’t feel - just excellent hearing in all walks of life. Book an appointment for your FREE hearing screen and a demonstration of invisible hearing.


Hearing Awareness Week


February 11th-15th 2019 Limited Spaces


Tuesday 12th FREE Tinnitus management skills


Tinnitus affects 1 in 10 people


in the UK. It’s classed as a noise that comes from your head and not the environment around you. Tinnitus has many causes and can severely disrupt people’s lives and that’s why it’s important to know how to manage it. If you are curious, distressed or con- cerned, we can help so please call to book your FREE session.


Friday 15th Speech Mapping


Do you wear hearing aids but still feel that you aren’t hearing the full picture? Is speech clarity a problem for you? Speech mapping is the latest revolutionary way to test the performance of your hearing aids and to see how well they help you hear. You will be provided with a print out of your hearing aid results and information on how speech can be improved for you. Call today as places will be limited.


Viney Hearing Centre 66 Merthyr Road,


Whitchurch, Cardiff CF14 1DJ


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Bullying, Brexit fears and exam and school stress are what parents are most worried about for their children in 2019, a survey by Barnardo’s has found. The UK’s leading children’s charity commissioned YouGov to poll parents of 4 to 18 year olds in Wales to find out what their hopes and fears are for their children in this coming year. In the survey, 58 % of the parents questioned said they were concerned about what 2019 will have in store for their children. Bullying both on and off line was the number one concern, worrying 50% of those parents, closely followed by exam and school stress (48%). Interestingly, more than a third (36%) said they were worried Brexit could have a negative effect on their children’s future. Barnardo’s is pleased to see parents are also concerned about the impact of cuts to children’s services (e.g. education, early years services, youth clubs etc. with 35% worried about this). Local authorities are facing a £3bn funding gap for services by 2025 and it is vital the Government gives them enough resources to plug the gap. This is why Barnardo’s has joined with other children’s charities and the Local Government Association, to call on the Prime Minister to ensure the services have enough resources. It is also urging people to join the campaign by emailing their MP to ask them to take a stand for vulnerable children. A quarter of the parents said they are concerned their children may develop mental health issues and not get appropriate or timely support while 23% are worried their children will be affected by drugs or knife crime, either as a victim or a perpetrator. Barnardo’s Chief Executive Javed Khan said: “It is troubling, although not surprising, that more than two fifths of parents (48%) are concerned about their children being stressed about school and exams. “Learning how to cope with stress is a vital life skill. Without this, children can find it overwhelming, and then it can develop into a serious mental health issue. Schools must look at ways of how to reduce the stress their pupils face, and how to deal with it.” It is not all doom and gloom though, as parents have high hopes for their children being happy and healthy in 2019. The vast majority (82%) hoped their offspring will feel loved and supported, with the same number hoping they will be mentally and physically healthy and receive a good education or training. Other top hopes for this year include their children developing healthy friendships (84%) and 74% hoping they will be resilient and able to deal with any challenges they may face.


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