Lifeline - Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
TV presenter, writer and adventurer Ben Fogle makes an appeal on behalf of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, a charity offering greater independence, confidence and companionship to deaf people by providing specially trained dogs to alert them to everyday sounds and danger signals.
The film features Sue who has been severely deaf for most of her life. Without her family around to help her she became very isolated and depressed. But since the charity paired her with hearing dog Jasmine her life has completely changed. Jasmine not only helps Sue with alarms and signals but she has increased her self-confidence too.
You can donate to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People by using our online form or by calling 0800 011 011. If you would like to donate by post please make your cheque payable to ‘Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’ and send it to 'Freepost, BBC Lifeline Appeal' writing ‘Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’ on the back of the envelope. You can also donate by text. Please text ‘GIVE’ to 70121. Texts cost £10 plus your standard network message charge. The whole £10 goes to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People (Charity No. 293358).
|Executive Producer||Gary Hunter|