National Association of Deafened People
NADP is recognised as the national representative organisation offering support for deafened people who have lost all or most of their useful hearing, whether gradually or suddenly, and for their families and friends, to help them to regain their independence and enjoy the best quality of life.
Action on Hearing Losshttp://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/
Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID. Our name has changed, but our vision hasn't - a world where hearing loss doesn't limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value their hearing enough to look after it.
All Ears Cambodiahttp://www.allearscambodia.org/
British Deaf Associationhttp://www.bda.org.uk
British Acoustic Neuroma Association
BANA charity is for people affected by acoustic neuroma to provide support and information and to encourage research
British Tinnitus Association
Delta Deaf Education through listening and talkinghttp://www.deafeducation.org.uk/
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
National Deaf Children's Societyhttp://www.ndcs.org.uk/
National Cochlear Implant Users Association
The NCIUA mission is :
to offer help to everyone who might benefit from a cochlear implant;
to campaign for them to have the opportunity to do so;
to represent the ongoing interests of cochlear implant users.
The NCIUA is the sole national association in the UK that represents all Cochlear Implant users.
The Ear Foundation
The Ear Foundation, focuses its work on the essential long-term support needed by implanted children and their families. A further important aspect is the provision of information and the training of professionals, without which the implant system wo
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