Home Counties Group
Lounge 33 Wine Bar,
33-35 Brooke Street, Holborn,
London EC1N 7RS.
Same venue as before but change of management and name. Nearest
tube Chancery Lane exit 2. Just come along, join in and catch up on
the latest CI chat.
Southgate Beaumont Barchester Healthcare
15 Cannon Hill, Old Southgate, London N4 7DJ
4pm until 7pm. Ample car parking space.
Next Date to be advised
For further information please email email@example.com
Sound Advice at The Ear Foundation, Nottingham
Monthly drop in sessions on 3rd Tuesday of the Month 1.30pm till 3pm.
Helping adults make the most of their hearing technology
Do you use a cochlear implant or bone anchored hearing aid?
If so, then why not join us for an afternoon of refreshments, sharing experiences, the opportunity to meet like minded people, make new friends and get some help with communication.
For an hour each month we hold a drop in social group for you to come along, meet others and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat. We can also offer the chance to speak to the professionals about any aspect of your hearing loss or technology and can also provide maintenance for your technology, such as batteries, re-tubing, advice support and technical advice.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coffee Mornings: Last Wednesday of every month; support and information 10:30—12:00
Music Day Saturday 15 July 2014 For full details see here
Adult CI User Groups
The St Thomas’ Hearing Implant Centre are regularly running group sessions throughout the year for all adult cochlear implant users. These groups aim to offer adult cochlear implant users, their family members and friends the chance to meet up and chat over coffee. They are run by experienced professionals who will offer up-to-date information on a range of topics. These interactive groups will also involve group discussions, hands on experience, problem solving and practise.
Venue: St Thomas’ Hospital, Therapies Room, 3rd Floor Lambeth Wing
These groups are also an ideal opportunity to use your listening skills in a social situation.
Contact Caroline Bartrop by Email: email@example.com
Phone: 0207 188 6245
CACISS (Cambridge Cochlear Implant Social Support)
We are a group of CI users and those who are working toward CI implantation. We meet over coffee and cake to discuss all things CI and much more.
Our next meeting is being held at a venue near to Cambridge University Botanic Gardens and within a mile or so of Cambridge Railway Station. Free parking is available on site.
Saturday 5th August 2017 . For full details see here
All brands of CI users and candidates are welcome plus a friend. The event is free to attendees with refreshments included.
Numbers are limited due to the size of the venue. To reserve a space for you and a friend please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joining instructions will be issued strictly on a first come first served basis.Please note our emphasis is on social topics and we are not a replacement for healthcare professionals.
We look forward to meeting you.
CI Five Counties (UK):
A schedule of social get-togethers for 2017 and you should make sure to book those dates in your diary:
Saturday 15 July in Aylesbury. Full details can be seen here.
The socials are informal and friendly with people that understand about hearing loss and the challenges it presents in everyday life.
Venues will have minimal background noise to aid better hearing and also close to transport links e.g. train and bus stations plus car parking.
Partners, parents of CI children and friends of CI users or candidates are very welcome as well as people with a wide variety of backgrounds – whether you are born deaf, late deafened, sign, don’t sign or a bit of both.
For more information: Contact Anne Ryan by Email: CIFiveCounties@gmail.com
or Join the Facebook Group: CI Five Counties
We are a small growing group with mixer of Ci users, candidates, hearing aids as well family and friends.
If you are thinking about getting cochlear implant or wanting to chat, come along and meet us.
We will be at the Abode Lounge, 107 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2DB
It is literally 3 mins walk from Manchester Piccadilly Station, just head toward the city centre and its on the right.
For more information/ confirm your place please contact Manda at email@example.com
or visit our website at http://icihearyou.com
Sheffield Cochlear Implant Users Group (SCIUG)
We are a newly formed Sheffield Cochlear Implant Users Group under the umbrella of Sheffield Central Deaf Club, Victoria Hall, 2nd Floor, 41, Chapel Walk, Sheffield S1 2JB.
Open Saturday once every 4 weeks. from 11am till 2pm.
Dates are 17th June, 15th July, 12th August, 9th September, 7th October, 4th November and 2nd December 2017.