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Chapter 8: Useful organisations and websites & sources of helpful advice

This page has organisations beginning with E, F, G, H and J

To see the other pages click on the relevant link in the left hand column

 

Enabling for Music

Enabling for Music is an organisation that uses technology to enable people who are hard of hearing or deaf to listen to music more clearly and enjoyably. They help all age ranges from children to the elderly.

Contact details:

Enabling for Music
3 Thornton Grove
Morecambe
LA4 5PU

Tel: 01524 427919 or 07811 962466 (mobile)

E-mail: info@ETSAM.org.uk
Website: www.zen59695.zen.co.uk/etsam/efmd.htm

 

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Forest Books

Forest Books provides a large selection of books on the subject of sign language.

Contact details:

Email: via online form: http://www.forestbooks.com/contacts/

Website: www.forestbooks.com

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Gordon Morris

Gordon Morris is a company which sells loop systems and various other environmental equipment for deaf people.

Contact details:

Gordon Morris Ltd,
Unit 21,
Wessex Park,
Somerton Business Park,
Somerton,
Somerset
TA11 6SB

Tel:       01458 272121
Fax:      
01458 274545

Email:     info@gordonmorris.co.uk
Website:
http://www.gordonmorris.co.uk/

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Hearing Link

Hearing Link describe themselves as follows:

Hearing Link is the UK hearing loss organisation that makes it easy to find the right information, appropriate services, and meaningful ways to connect with other people. We are here for adults with any level of hearing loss and their families too. We direct people to the information they need and the emotional and practical support that can assist their particular circumstances. We also put people in contact with others so that knowledge and experiences can be shared and so our combined voices can influence service provision.

 

Contact details:

Hearing Link Head Office, 27-28 The Waterfront, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN23 5UZ.

Tel: 0300 111 1113.

Text/SMS: 07526 123255. Fax: 01323 471260.

Email: enquiries@hearinglink.org

Website: www.hearinglink.org

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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.

To date they have placed more than 1,400 hearing dogs throughout England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands.

Contact details:

The Grange
Wycombe Road
Saunderton
Princes Risborough
Buckinghamshire
HP27 9NS

Tel: 01844 348 100 (voice & minicom)
Fax: 01844 348 101

Email: info@hearingdogs.org.uk 
Website: www.hearingdogs.org.uk

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Hear It

This is an American website which contains a lot of very interesting information about deafness.

Website: www.hear-it.org

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Jewish Deaf Association

An organisation offering professional support services, information and a range of social, cultural and educational programmes to people with all levels of hearing loss, people experiencing tinnitus, their friends, families and colleagues.

Contact details:

Julius Newman House
Woodside Park Road
Off High Road
North Finchley
London N12 8RP

Telephone:020 8446 0502 (voice)
Textphone:020 8446 4037
Fax:020 8445 7451

E-mail: mail@jdeaf.org.uk
Website: http://www.jdeaf.org.uk/

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