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Blog: Tinnitus & age – What we do know & how we can support

Tinnitus & getting olderTinnitus currently affects around 15% of the world’s population, a small, but still significant percentage of that is severely debilitated by the condition. Debilitation on such a level that it affects the ability to sleep and basic everyday tasks, which most take for granted, are a common hurdle to overcome. This condition is sadly incurable […]

Eva’s hearing loss story

Eva at Palm CanyonCarly Sygrove writes … Following my hearing loss in 2016, I started writing a blog as a way of documenting my thoughts, feelings and observations. It is through my blog that I have connected with many people who have experienced different forms of hearing loss, all with their unique stories. Hearing loss can present many […]

BTA extends it text-based tinnitus support services

BTA extends it text-based tinnitus support servicesThe British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has extended its text based support services to help more of the 7.5 million people living with the condition in the UK. Complementing the existing freephone helpline and email support, they have launched two new text-based services – SMS chat and web chat which will provide free, accurate and personalised […]

Survey: Support in the workplace for people with hearing loss and tinnitus

Action on Hearing Loss (AOHL) has launched a survey to find out what support deaf, and people with hearing loss and tinnitus receive in the workplace. Five million people of working age are deaf or have hearing loss or tinnitus, but little is known about the support people are getting – or not getting – […]

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