- Jul 24, 2013
- Funster No
- Coach built.
- since 2000
Bugger me !, £20 for this one and I just paid £30 for a senior citizens rail card.
https://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk/are-you-eligible/ gives info. needed off main link https://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk/
what about people who have partial hearing but either are not able to use a hearing aid or have a type of deafness a hearing aid won't help? I'll have to investigate further (I am deaf but allergic to something in the aid which then caused further damage)
Apparently I don't qualify as I don't have an aid and social services don't have me on theor records as registered as I don't have an aid ...... couldn't make it up!
How about you go to your Doc's. Get them to tell you, (by sign language if necessary) that you qualify for assistance in hearing.
Armed with that, go to whoever dishes out the 'Aides' and get them to issue you with 'Something'
After you've done that, apply for the card. Nowhere does it say that you have to wear the damn things, I don't!!!