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    Action on Hearing Loss

    Action on Hearing Loss As the largest charity for people with hearing loss in the UK, we understand how hearing loss can affect everything in your life from your relationships, to your education and your job prospects. We're here to support and help you, so…
    0808 808 0123 Textphone 0808 808 9000 SMS 07800 000 360
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    British Tinnitus Association

    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 in the UK, facilitating an improved quality of life. We aim to encourage prevention…
    Unit 5 Acorn Business ParkWoodseats CloseSheffieldS8 0TB
    Helpline 0800 018 0527

    Cambridgeshire Deaf Association - Peterborough Deaf Drop-in

    Every week on Wednesday from 12.30-2.30pm
    Peterborough Drop-in is usually buzzing with BSL conversation and chatter every-week. Based at the City College in the City Centre, Peterborough Drop-in is a place to meet friends or new people, see interesting talks or get support from CDA or Social Services. (Peterborough Social Services…
    Brook StreetPeterboroughPE1 1TU
    07557 258230
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    Cochlear UK

    Cochlear UK Understanding hearing loss is the first step to treating it. Learn more about hearing loss and its common causes, impacts and treatments so you can make informed and confident decisions.
    6Dashwood Lang Road - Bourne Business ParkAddlestoneSurreyKT15 2HJ
    01932 263 400
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    Deafblind UK

    Deafblindness is a unique disability that affects a large and growing number of people across the UK. Defined as “a combined sight and hearing loss causing difficulties with communication, access to information and mobility” (Social Care for Deafblind Children and Adults, LAC 2009(8), Department of…
    Deafblind UkCygnet RoadHamptonPeterboroughPE7 8FD
    01733 358100 Textphone: 01733 358100

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    Unit 33Aston Business ParkShrewsbury AvenuePeterboroughPE2 7BF
    01733 234828
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    Listening Books

    Listening Books We are a UK charity providing a fantastic selection of high-quality audiobooks to some 29,000 people across the UK who find it difficult or impossible to read due to illness or disability. We help a wide range of organisations and individuals and provide…
    12Lant StreetLondonSE1 1QH
    020 7407 9417
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    Medtronic Hearing Therapies

    Helping People hear better using bone conduction hearing. Bone-anchored hearing systems (BAHS) are designed to use your body’s natural ability to transfer sound through bone conduction.
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    Oticon Medical

    Implant solutions for children and adults Our cochlear implant and bone conduction hearing solutions are used by adults and children of all ages to help them overcome hearing loss at school, at work and in social situations. Oticon Medical offers bone anchored hearing systems and cochlear implant solutions, which address the needs of…
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    Royal National Institute of Blind People

    We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), the UK’s leading charity supporting blind and partially sighted people. We offer practical and emotional support to those that need us, so they can continue living life to the full.  At RNIB, we want to create…
    105 Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9NE
    helpline 0303 123 9999

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