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Tinnitus Group

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The British Tinnitus Association

BTA logoThe British Tinnitus Association has a whole range of papers compiled by their panel of experts which comprises some of the best expertise available in this country. All of the papers can be downloaded free of charge from their website.
The British Tinnitus Association site also has links to many other tinnitus websites throughout the UK and worldwide.
This is the best tinnitus site on the web - after ours of course!

Action On Hearing Loss

Action on Hearing LossWhether you have queries about AHL or you want details on hearing aids, lip reading, telephone amplifiers or sign language classes, AHL can give you all the information.

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STAGETEXT is a charity which provides access to the theatre for deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people through captions.. Captions are similar to television subtitles; the actorsí words appear on an LED unit at the same time as they are spoken or sung. Speaker names, sound effect and offstage noises are also shown

 

CERSCERS offers back-up support to unpaid carers if an emergency prevents them from providing the care they usually give to a vulnerable person who could not manage without their help. It is a FREE service and does not affect any benefits already being received.

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BidBid services is a UK registered charity working with deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and physically and sensory disabled people across the UK.

 

Audiology Services at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
Audiology Services at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust provides assessment of tinnitus, hearing and balance, as well as rehabilitation and support for both children and adults across Birmingham, Sandwell and surrounding areas. We offer advice on practical ways to cope with tinnitus, support to help people manage their tinnitus more effectively, hearing aids and other sound therapy for tinnitus.
 

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