RNID - www.rnid.org.uk
‘We help people identify whether they have a
hearing loss through our online hearing check and
our telephone hearing check. We work to make daily life
better for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Our campaigns, information, products, services and support of
scientific and technological research are some of the ways we're
trying to help. We also support other organisations
in their aim to provide better services to their deaf and hard of
hearing employees and customers.’
British Sign Language - www.britishsignlanguage.com
This site uses moving pictures to show the
basic signs for British Sign Language.
British Deaf Association - www.bda.org.uk
- the largest national charity run by Deaf
people for Deaf people.’ Here at the BDA we are working hard to
ensure that Deaf people using sign language have the same rights as
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People - www.hearingdogs.org.uk
British charity that trains and places dogs
with persons who are deaf or hard of hearing at no cost.
hear - it - www.hear-it.org
Large website on hearing and hearing loss.
Hearing Concern Link - http://www.hearingconcernlink.org/
Hearing Concern LINK support and information
for people and families with hearing loss.
Deafblind - www.deafblind.org.uk
National charity providing support services
to, and campaigning on behalf of, deafblind adults and their
carers. Includes information about the condition, their services,
and frequently asked questions.
British Tinnitus Association - www.tinnitus.org.uk
The British Tinnitus Association provides
support and advice about tinnitus. It provides accurate,
reliable and authoritative information, much of it written by
medical professionals or clinical researchers. Most of it is
available on this website and is free to download and use.
Sense - www.sense.org.uk
Sense is the leading national charity that
supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind.
It provides expert advice and information as well as specialist
services to deafblind people, their families, carers and the
professionals who work with them. It also supports people who have
sensory impairments with additional disabilities.