A series of information and support events aimed at hearing aid users will be held in Perth.
Hosted by Action on Hearing Loss Scotland, the sessions are designed to give people a chance to discuss issues relating to deafness.
There will be presentations by people who have experienced hearing loss, staff from the charity and other invited guests.
Those attending the event can also speak about their own experiences.
The sessions will take place at Perth and Kinross Society for the Blind on New Row on February 19 from 10.30am until 12.30pm and February 26 from 10.30am until 1.30pm.
Places must be booked by contacting Action on Hearing Loss Scotland project coordinator Michelle Donoghue on 01382 201073, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those attending are welcome to bring along a friend or family member and refreshments will be provided. The charity also hosts a monthly hearing aid maintenance drop-in in Perth through its Hear to Help project, which is funded by the Scottish Government and the Co-operative.
It gives NHS hearing aid users the opportunity to get their batteries changed and tubing cleaned free of charge.
Ms Donoghue said: “We want people to feel comfortable with their hearing aids and be confident about how to get the best out of them.”