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  1. EDS - Empowering Deaf Society

    Who we are:  Empowering Deaf Society is a registered charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life for deaf people. We are a deaf–led charity and have a strong and diverse team of deaf and hearing professionals who work closely together delivering...

  2. Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

    Hearing Dogs for Deaf People train dogs to alert deaf people to specific sounds, whether in the home, workplace or public buildings. These dogs change lives by keeping their deaf partners safe, encourage and enable independant living, provide companionship...

  3. Hearing Impairment Team

    If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have difficulties hearing normal daily sounds; e.g. doorbell, telephone, TV and smoke alarm, etc you may request a hearing impairment assessment at home. The Technical Officer will carry out an assessment and identify...

  4. Hearing Impairment Service -Baby and toddler group.

    From: Woodside Children's Centre

    Length of programme/support Mondays, 9.30am to 11.30am  Parents or carers of children within age range Babies and toddlers who are wearing hearing aids or cochlear implants (Haringey and Enfield)   

  5. British Tinnitus Association (BTA)

    The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) We are an independent charity supporting thousands of people who experience tinnitus and advise medical professionals from across the world. We are the primary source of support and information for people with tinnitus...

  6. RNID

    In the UK, 1 in 5 adults are deaf or have hearing loss, and 1 in 8 have tinnitus. Despite that, many people face the stigma of being treated as stupid, shouted at, or made fun of. There’s a frustrating lack of patience, empathy and understanding. Barriers...

  7. British Deaf Association

    The British Deaf Association (BDA) is an organisation run by Deaf people for Deaf people. It provides advice and information for Deaf people on a range of subjects. For further information visit The British Deaf Association’s website via the link below.

  8. Holistic therapies for children and young people with movement disorders.

    From: CPotential

    Expert-led rehabilitation for children and young people with movement disorders. Our expert clinicians work with babies, children and young people who have movement disorders due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, global developmental delay or acquired...

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