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Charles Hazlewood Conductor and Founder of the British Paraorchestra who will be talking about 'Building Trust' and focusing on disabilities that are overlooked and his journey to bring this injustice to the world's attention whilst making first-class musicians along the way.

Professor Barry Wright  Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Hull York Medical School who will be talking about 'The Wellbeing of Deaf Young People'.

Mary Bell and Teresa Brasier   From Drake Music Scotland who will be talking about 'The Kids are Alright' project.

Ali Harmer and Ceilidh-Jo Rowe  From The Music Works (formerly Gloucestershire Music Makers) will talk about their 'Playing Around Sound' project.

Jonathan Heale Director of Education and Business Support at ACS Ltd who will be talking about 'Hearing Conservation in Education - Are we doing enough?'.

Dr Chris Barlow  Associate Professor in Acoustics, Southampton Solent University will be talking  about 'How loud is too loud? Using mobile devices to educate, monitor hearing and improve the listening experience of young people with and without hearing loss'.

Deaf Role Models