Hearing Therapy
This section is an integral part of the Hearing Accredited Workplace Programme and will help you to assess how well noise-related risks are managed in your organisation.


Information regarding tinnitus should be first discussed with your doctor. Sometimes the cause can be treated medically by the GP, an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat specialist) or cardiovascular specialist. While there is no magical cure, there are many therapies that can minimise how much you experience the symptoms of tinnitus.

Hearing Therapy

If you have a hearing loss, a qualified hearing therapist can work with you to evaluate your hearing and make a plan with you to reach your hearing-related goals and reduce the impact of hearing loss on your daily life. Life Unlimited provides hearing therapy free of charge to people aged 16 years and over. For more information, contact Life Unlimited Hearing Therapy on 0800 008 011 or visit their website by clicking the button below.


The Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals (CDMHP) can provide advice and/or link you to Deaf practitioners/advocates in the area. 

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