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About the group A group for anyone in the area with tinnitus and/or hearing loss, run by Wales Council for Deaf People. Where the group meets Maes Mwldan Family Association Bath House Road  Cardigan SA43 1JZ When the group meets On the 3rd Monday of every month, 2-4pm How to find out more Contact Lucy Payne on 01443 485687 or Lucy@wcdeaf.org.uk Additional details
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About the group Our meetings are opportunities to meet and talk with other local people with hearing loss and tinnitus. You will receive a warm welcome, a cup of tea, and a friendly smile. We also have regular guest speakers.  Where the group meets Brecon Library Ship Street Brecon LD3 9AD When the group meets 3rd Tuesday of the month from January to November 10:30am - 12:30pm 2019 Meetings:  21 August 18 September 16 October 20 November How to find out more Contact John Davies on 01874 611838 or djohndavies26@btinternet.com  or Wales Council for Deaf People on 01443 485687 or mail@wcdeaf.org.uk Additional details We request a small donation toward the room and refreshments
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Last updated 2019 Here are the latest details for the tinnitus service at the Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospitals in Basingstoke. Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital Aldermaston Road Basingstoke RG24 9NA   In which department would a tinnitus patient's first appointment be? GP direct access or via referral from ENT or fellow audiologist or other consultant such as neurology/rheumatory What is the average waiting time for a patient's first appointment (in weeks): 3 To access the tinnitus service, does a patient need to have had an ENT appointment first? No If no, how does a patient arrange to be seen at your tinnitus service If the patient has hearing which is the same in each ear, and the tinnitus is in both ears at an equal intensity then a direct access appointment is possible. For patients with a hearing loss in just one ear or one ear has worst hearing or the tinnitus is just in one ear then the GP will refer to the ENT and maybe to the audiology tinni...
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Last updated 2019 Here are the latest details for the tinnitus service at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital - Winchester Royal Hampshire County Hospital Romsey Road Winchester SO22 5DG   In which department would a tinnitus patient's first appointment be? GP direct access or via referral from ENT or fellow audiologist or other consultant such as neurology/rheumatory What is the average waiting time for a patient's first appointment (in weeks): 3 To access the tinnitus service, does a patient need to have had an ENT appointment first? No If no, how does a patient arrange to be seen at your tinnitus service If the patient has hearing which is the same in each ear, and the tinnitus is in both ears at an equal intensity then a direct access appointment is possible. For patients with a hearing loss in just one ear or one ear has worst hearing or the tinnitus is just in one ear then the GP will refer to the ENT and maybe to the audiology tinnitus clinic at the same time ...
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Last updated 2019 Here are the latest details we have for the tinnitus service at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. Princess of Wales Hospital Coity Road Bridgend CF31 1RQ In which department would a tinnitus patient's first appointment be? ENT What is the average waiting time for a patient's first appointment (in weeks): For ENT, 24 weeks To access the tinnitus service, does a patient need to have had an ENT appointment first? Yes After the first appointment, if necessary, where would a tinnitus patient be referred on to: Audiology What is the average waiting time for this appointment (in weeks): 10 Which staff members are involved in your tinnitus service? Senior Audiologist What equipment is available for tinnitus patients in your department? Hearing aids if appropriate Do you offer any of the following to tinnitus patients: Information given on mindfulness, relaxation exercises and classes, stress management and stress management classes. Howe...
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Suki Bains, a Regional information coordinator from Action on Hearing Loss explains everything you need to know about Action on Hearing Loss' Aged Veterans Fund project which runs until March 2020 offering support to both Aged Veterans and their families. This service is part of a portfolio of projects which the British Tinnitus Association's research project which explores the impact of tinnitus on aged veterans also belongs to. What is the Aged Veterans Fund? Funded by The Chancellor using LIBOR Funds, our three-year Aged Veterans project offers information, advice, support and signposting to veterans with hearing loss and tinnitus born before 1st January 1950, including those with undiagnosed hearing loss. We are also able to work with family members and carers, and can provide support in community and residential sessions, as well as on a one-to-one basis at home for veterans unable to access local services. Locally developed and led, our service also includes working with...
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Last updated 2017 Here are the latest details we have for the tinnitus service at the Walsall Manor Hospital in Walsall Walsall Manor Hospital Moat Road Walsall WS2 9PS   In which department would a tinnitus patient's first appointment be? ENT What is the average waiting time for a patient's first appointment (in weeks): 6 months To access the tinnitus service, does a patient need to have had an ENT appointment first? No If no, how does a patient arrange to be seen at your tinnitus service Direct referral from GP, internal referral from Audiologist to Hearing therapist After the first appointment, if necessary, where would a tinnitus patient be referred on to: Audiology Hearing Therapy What is the average waiting time for this appointment (in weeks): 12 weeks Which staff members are involved in your tinnitus service? Head of Audiology Senior Audiologist ENT Consultant Hearing Therapist What equipment is available for tinnitus patients in your depa...
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The 2019 BTA Annual Conference is taking place on Friday 13th September at Goldsmiths University, New Cross, London. The full programme has been out for a while but we want to take the opportunity to introduce you to your conference speakers and find out a little more about them and their upcoming talks!  There are still some speaker announcements to come but for now - happy reading and we hope to see you there on the day! For all of the details for the annual conference visit www.tinnitus.org.uk/conf2019 
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About the group A new group for anyone in Rotherham or the surrounding area with tinnitus. Where the group meets Rotherham Sight & Sound 8 Ship Hill Rotherham S60 2HG When the group meets Every 4th Friday of the month, 10:30am-12 noon Please confirm your attendance by phoning or emailing the organisers How to find out more Contact the organisers on 01709 722420 or enquiries@rotherss.org.uk Additional details The room is fully accessible and there is an accessible toilet There is no parking on site but there are car parks nearby for a fee
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About the group  A volunteer-led group for anyone in the Burnley & District area.  Where the group meets Burnley Pendle & Rossendale Council For Voluntary Service (BPRCVS) 62-64 Yorkshire St Burnley BB11 3BT When the group meets First meeting: Friday 27 September, 2-4pm Then on the last Friday of every month How to find out more Contact Brenda at brenbert26@yahoo.co.uk or phone the BTA on 0114 250 9933 Additional details

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