Useful links

Action on Hearing Loss

“Changing the world for people who are deaf or have a hearing loss.”

http://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/

British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM)

“We deliver specialist health support to performing artists.”

http://www.bapam.org.uk/

British Tinnitus Association (BTA)

“The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) is a world leader, with a trained team of friendly and experienced advisers for anyone who experiences tinnitus or those simply seeking guidance or information about the condition.”

http://www.tinnitus.org.uk/ 

Cubex

“Addressing the needs of professional musicians since 1964. For over half a century we have worked with 1000s of musicians to ensure a lifetime of listening pleasure and music appreciation.”

http://cubex.co.uk/musicians

@CubexHearing

Harley Street Hearing

“Harley Street Hearing are London’s leading independent hearing clinics.”

http://www.harleysthearing.co.uk/

@HarleyStHearing

Help Musicians UK

“We’re here to help musicians throughout their careers. Love music, help musicians.”

https://www.helpmusicians.org.uk/

@HelpMusiciansUK

Grand Piano Passion

“An online oasis of articles, essays, and original videos for studying the piano as an adult, making music despite hearing loss, and claiming your passion, whatever it may be.”

http://www.grandpianopassion.com/

@GrandPianoP

Ménière’s Society

“The charity for people with dizziness and balance disorders”

http://www.menieres.org.uk/

Music and the Deaf

“Music and the Deaf is a unique charity which provides anyone with a hearing loss the opportunity to enjoy Music.”

http://www.matd.org.uk/

@MusicandtheDeaf

Musicians’ Hearing Services

“We are passionate about the specific hearing needs of musicians and entertainment industry personnel.”

http://www.musicianshearingservices.co.uk/

@MusicianHearing

National Deaf Children’s Society

“Many deaf people play musical instruments and take part in music activities on a daily basis. It is a misconception that they cannot participate in and enjoy music.”

http://www.ndcs.org.uk/me2/are_you_an_organisation/arts/music.html

@NDCS_UK

Ruth Montgomery

“Ruth Montgomery is a professional musician, teacher, workshop facilitator and visual artist. She explores music, art, sign language, and visual media within the Deaf Community and features them in her blog posts.”

http://www.ruthmontgomery.co.uk/

The Ear Foundation

“All deaf children, young people and adults have the opportunity to hear, communicate and develop spoken language using the latest technological interventions including hearing aids, cochlear implants, bone conducting hearing implants and assistive devices such as FM Systems.”

http://www.earfoundation.org.uk/

@EarFoundation