This is a social group that meets at Deaf Access to exchange ideas and share problems.
Every fortnight a speaker is invited to talk on a variety of subjects. Please feel
welcome to drop in or contact us.
Entrance is £1.20, which includes a raffle ticket and refreshments.
The group is held every 2nd and 4th Monday of every month 1.30pm - 3.30pm. Check
our events calendar and website regularly for updates.
Tinnitus and Hard of Hearing Group
Deaf Access will host a number of presentations during 2013; aimed at the Tinnitus
& Hard of Hearing group, on a wide range of subjects.
Upcoming talks include:
Monday 10th June - Research into Tinnitus
Founded in 1911, Action on Hearing Loss(formerly the RNID) is the largest national
charity working for and on behalf of those with hearing loss and tinnitus in the
UK. We want a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus
is silenced – and where people value and look after their hearing. In this talk,
our biomedical Research Programme Manager will talk about her department’s work,
focusing particularly on research into the cure for tinnitus. She will be accompanied
by an Information Officer who will discuss more general issues relating to hearing
loss, tinnitus and our work.
Monday 24th June - Meals on Wheels
Jo will explain how this service works in Bromley and provide some tasty hot snacks.
Monday 8th July - The Salvation Army
In the early days of The Salvation Army they were responsible for starting services
to people that are now provided by the government. Come and see which ones and enjoy
some history of the early Social Work of The Salvation Army.
Monday 22nd July - A Life in Chocolate
A tasty talk from John Ealey about his interesting career producing chocolate for
the top confectionery manufacturers.