Mr Jack Stewart

Charity details

The Royal National Institute For Deaf People

Hearing loss is a life-changing condition that affects someone you know in your family, friends or at work.

A life-changing condition with a devastating effect

Hearing loss is a life-changing condition that affects people 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is an invisible problem that can have a devastating effect on relationships, education, and job prospects.

Hearing loss is linked to isolation, depression, and cognitive decline.
People who are deaf or have hearing loss are more likely to be unemployed, denied opportunities at work or forced into early retirement.
Hearing loss can make the risk of developing dementia between two and five times more likely.
People with tinnitus are at a greater risk of suicide because of the unceasing noise in their head or ears.

How hearing loss affects everyday life

People with hearing loss face barriers in their everyday lives. They can find it difficult to differentiate between speech and other noise, so background music or poor acoustics in restaurants and bars make it hard to have a social life outside the home. Plus, a lack of deaf-aware staff can make shopping and accessing services a frustrating, or even humiliating, experience.

It’s a growing problem

Across the UK, 11 million people are affected by hearing loss including someone in your family, friends, your partner, or someone at work. As the population ages, more of us will be affected. By 2035, one fifth of us will be living with the condition.

In the UK today:

900,000 people have severe or profound hearing loss meaning they hear very little, or nothing at all
one in ten people suffers with tinnitus
four million people who need hearing aids don’t have them.

Registered Number 207720

Messages of condolence

To the Stewart family, I'm really sorry for your loss. My condolences are with you at this difficult time. Salma

Ms Salma Daneshmand

In memory of our lovely neighbour Jack

Mr & Mrs Perkins

In memory of a lovely gentle man with a lovely sense of humour. Made great gin and tonics!!!

Mr & Mrs Simon and Jill Webber

In memory of a gentleman - Peter and Janet Doe

Mrs Janet Doe

A lovely service in memory of a much loved and talented man. Bernice and Alan

Mrs Bernice Phillips

Thinking of you

Mrs Emma Farra

In memory of Jack Stewart, a dear friend and very kind man.

Mr Hilary Dodd

In loving memory of our one and only GPJ xx

Ann Emma Stewart

With fondest memories. Pat and Henry

Mr & Mrs Henry Pomeroy

You were a gentleman and I enjoyed the banter. RIP Jack.

Mr Andrew Pomeroy

In memory of a very special man. You will be sorely missed. X

Mrs Jane Stewart

Service details

Thanksgiving Service

19 October, 2022 11:00

St Michael

Theydon Mount, CM16 7QQ
If you join Mount Road from Stewards Green road at the Merry Fiddlers Pub coming from Epping so the pub appears on your right, keep on mount road for 1.9 miles the church apears on your right. What three words: tuned.neon.only