Tuesday 02 September at 09:35

Boots Hearingcare plans to open 13 new hearingcare locations within Boots pharmacies across the UK by the end of 2014. With five already open*, it is the first time that Boots Hearingcare locations will be present within Boots pharmacies, rather than within Boots Opticians stores. 

The news comes as Boots Hearingcare launches The Great Big Hearing Check – a nationwide

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The biggest education reforms in a generation for children and young people with special educational needs have come into law today (Monday 1 September).

The new Children and Families Act will offer simpler, improved and consistent help for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

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