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Self Help Groups

  • Birmingham and District Tinnitus Group

    AIMS OF OUR GROUP: 1. To give all tinnitus sufferers in Birmingham and the surrounding areas access to up-to-date information through :- Meetings : Newsletters : Support literature: 2. To offer anyone troubled by tinnitus the chance to meet other sufferers in a supportive...
  • (DELTA) Deaf Education through Listening and Talking

    A national charity that supports deaf children, their families and practitioners following the Natural Aural Approach. This approach helps the deaf child learn to listen and talk using their residual hearing and natural spoken language, even those with severe or profound loss. DELTA provides a...
  • Advanced Hearing Services

    Advanced Hearing Services are a national hearing aid company providing free hearing and consultations and demonstrations of the latest hearing aid technology. They can provide low cost budget hearing aids to the most sophisticated models available today. The hearing tests they offer are free of...
  • Association of Teaching of Lipreading to Adults

    ATLA is the professional association for teachers of lipreading to adults who have become deaf, or hard of hearing. Under our constitution we aim to promote understanding of the special needs of people with an acquired hearing loss.In September 1975, the Advisory Committee on Services to...
  • Betterhearing.co.uk

    Advice sevice for the hard of hearing
  • Breakthrough Trust

    Breakthrough is the UK's leading charity committed to fighting breast cancer through research, campaigning and education.
  • British Acoustic Neuroma Association

    Support for people affected by acoustic neuroma.
  • British Association for the Hard of Hearing

  • British Association of Teachers of the Deaf

    The British Association of Teachers of the Deaf is a professional organisation offering services to its members. However, the above website does include information which may be of interest to parents and the general public.
  • British Deaf Association