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Chapter 8: Useful organisations and websites

& sources of helpful advice

 

Section 2 - Useful sources of helpful advice

(See also useful organisations and websites.)

 

  • The Social Services of your local council (e.g. for environmental aids and advice)                                                                                                   
  • Your Local Education Authority (e.g. lipreading classes, sign language classes, other classes suitable for deaf people.)
  • Your local Disability Employment Advisor (at your local Jobcentre Plus)  
  • Your local Audiology clinic
  • Your nearest supplier of batteries, etc (this could be a local hospital or health centre) 
  • Local Hard of Hearing club  (Hearing Link has a list of some local hard of hearing groups - they may be able to tell you of groups local to you if you contact them.)
  • Local deafened group (The NADP may be able to put you in contact with a local deafened group.  Click on the following link for their contact details: NADP 
  • Local self-help groups
  • Local tinnitus groups (The British Tinnitus Association has a list of some local Tinnitus groups. Contact them for more information. Their contact details can be found by clicking on the following link: BTA) 

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