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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • British Deaf Sports Council

    Encourages indoor/outdoor sport at a regional and national level
  • British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists

    The British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) is the professional body which represents and promotes the interests of the private hearing aid profession within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Their website gives information about the various types of hearing aid,...
  • British Tinnitus Association

    national regsistered charity providing support and advice to people with tinnitus and those with an interest in the condition.

    CACDP is a registered charity which exists to provide knowledge and recognise skills in the languages and communication methods used by deaf people. A UK awarding body accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority offering a wide range of high quality qualifications in British Sign...
  • Catholic Deaf Association

    The Catholic Deaf Association is an association of deaf and hearing people who support each other and promote services for deaf people within the community. It works at both the diocesan level and national level. The CDA does not cater for those who are hard of hearing but only for those who are...
  • Council for the Advancement of Communication with Deaf People

  • Cued Speech Association UK

    Cued Speech is a simple sound-based system comprising eight hand-shapes used in four positions near the mouth to clarify lip patterns of normal speech. It allows deaf babies, children and adults to fully understand the spoken language and so improve their literacy, lip reading and the...
  • Deaf Studies Trust

    The Deaf Studies Trust was set up in 1984 to develop projects in the area of deaf studies. Its main principles are: communication and understanding - the attempt to enhance and improve the quality of deaf people's lives and their contribution to society. The Trust views research and teaching as...
  • Deaf/Blind

    Assessing deaf/blind individuals and advising local authorities.
  • Deafax

    The Deafax vision is a world where deaf children, young people and adults acquire the necessary communication and literacy skills to enable them to participate fully in everyday life. They aim to achieve this by encouraging the use of 21st century technologies within the deaf community both...