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Deaf Awareness Training
National Association for Deaf People, (192k)
One day’s Deaf Awareness Training will give communicate politely and efficiently with participants the confidence to communicate politely and efficiently with deaf and hard of hearing people in typical work situations. click to download

Balance Problems
National Association for Deaf People, (168k)
First of all it helps to understand a bit about how the balance mechanism works. In each inner ear there are little semi-circular canals filled with fluid which move when we move our head about. click to download

Family Support Service
National Association for Deaf People, (168k)
The overall aim of the Family Support Service is to enable deaf people to participate fully in all areas of life and to support families in developing good relationships and communication. click to download

Flying and the ear
National Association for Deaf People, (232k)
From the large correspondence received at the National Associationfor Deaf People it is clear that flying comes high on the list of anxieties for people suffering from deafness and tinnitus. click to download

Glue ear - what is it?
National Association for Deaf People, (272k)
It’s fluid behind the eardrum. Sometimes it’s painful and other times you'd hardly know it was there, except your child isn't hearing everything. click to download

Is your hearing not as good as it used to be?
National Association for Deaf People, (608k)
Is your hearing not as good as it used to be? You may need hearing support... If you have a hearing loss you know that the effects go deeper than communication breakdown. click to download

Problems Arising for Deaf People in Hospital
National Association for Deaf People, (240k)
Typical Problems Arising for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People In Hospital click to download

Information on Deafness
National Association for Deaf People, (128k)
National Association for Deaf People is a voluntary body, which provides a range of services for deaf and hard of hearing people and their families. click to download

Noise exposure and hearing loss
National Association for Deaf People, (272k)
The human ear is a very delicate and highly sophisticated structure. As such it is particularly susceptible to damage. click to download

Questions about tinnitus
National Association for Deaf People, (400k)
Tinnitus is the term for noises which are heard “in the ears” or “in the head” – buzzing, ringing, whistling, hissing, and other sounds which do not come from an external source. click to download

 
     
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