About Us


Here at the Deafness and Hearing Impairment website we are keen to help you understand your hearing impairment. As well as genetic and chemical causes, serious physical trauma such as a fracture to the skull can result in hearing impairment. No matter how you lose your hearing, there is no easy solution to the problem. The restoration of ordinary functioning is not always possible, but hearing aids can be used to minimize the effect of any loss of function. If you want to get involved with the Deafness and Hearing Impairment website you can get in touch with our team directly.

People and Organisations you can trust

WHO | Deafness and hearing loss
Deafness and hearing loss fact sheet from WHO: providing key facts and information on causes, impact, prevention, identification, management and WHO ...

About deafness and hearing loss - Action On Hearing Loss ...
www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk › Your hearing
Everything you've always wanted to know about deafness and hearing loss. We tell you what causes hearing loss and dispel many common myths. You can ...

Hearing loss - NHS Choices
Action on Hearing Loss estimates that more than 10 million (about 1 in 6) people in the UK have some degree of hearing impairment or deafness. Hearing loss ...

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