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.
Saturday 16 March 2019 . For full details see here
Saturday 27 April 2019 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: email@example.com
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 High Five (UK):
This voluntary group is setup to support cochlear implant (CI) candidates and users across Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Birmingham and London.
Meetings are held Oxford, London, Reading, Birmingham.
Breaking News – See new programme for 2019
Meetings this year will be held on 2 Feb, 10 Mar, 13 April, 8 June, 30 June, 10 Aug, 29 Sept, 19 Oct, 9 Nov and 7 Dec.
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: CIHighFive@gmail.com
or Join the Facebook Group: CI High Five
CI Southern Counties
CI South West Group
Saturday 30 March – Bristol
Saturday 27 April – Exeter – For further details see here
Saturday – 11 May – Taunton
Socials are usually 1:30pm to 4:30pm; venue information is confirmed a few weeks before each event.
All CI users, candidates, friends and family are welcome to attend.
These are a great opportunity to meet new people, share experiences, and/or ask questions about cochlear implants.
For more information, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or join our active Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cisouthwest/
Home Counties Group
Saturday 16th March 2019 at 14:00 –16:00pm
Champagne Afternoon Tea
Soho Hotel, 4 Richmond Mews, London W1D 3DH
Wine bar social events will now be held from 6 pm till 9 pm at a new venue
Penderels Oak, High Holborn, Holborn, WC1V 7HP . This is a Wetherspoon Pub.
Nearest Tube -Chancery Lane on the Central line exit 2. These events are where HCCIGs members, family, friends and
new people interested in joining have the opportunity to meet in a more informal setting.
These events are dedicated to socialising and any other issues, problems or information can be shared.
Manchester Ci Social Meet up
Saturday 18 August
We will be at the Duke 92, 18-25 Castle Street, Manchester, M3 4LZ. For further information on see here.
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.
For more information/ confirm your place please contact Manda at email@example.com
Northern CI Social Group
Monthly meetings are held at 3 venues in Rotherham, Sheffield and Worksop.
Oxford Cochlear Implant Support Group (OxCIS)
Sunday 30 September 2018 from 1 pm to 3 pm in Islip
An Early Autumn Party in Islip Village Hall.
Full details can be seen here.
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.
We meet every Friday from 11am till 1pm for informal chats.
Yorshire Cochlear Implant Users Group
Contact: Lynne Tapper : Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Speech and Language Therapist
The Yorkshire Auditory Implant Service,The Listening for Life Centre
Bradford Royal Infirmary, Duckworth Lane, Bradford BD9 6RJ Website: www.yais.org.uk
Bradford: 21 March 2019, 20 June, 26 September, 12 December
Hull: 14 March 2019, 27 June, 12 September, 14 November
Barnsley: 13 March 2019, 19 June, 11 September, 11 December
Music – Piece by Piece, Piecing It Together, Remember to listen
Bradford: 7 February 2019, 18 April, 4 July, 11 July, 28 November, 5 December
Check with YAIS for which date and which course
Improving Communication Course
Bradford: 2 & 3 July 2019, 14 & 15 October– all at 10.00 to 16.00 – By invitation only. Contact YAIS for details .
Telephone Talk at Bradford – by invitation only.
Sound Advice at The Ear Foundation, Nottingham
Information evening: TRAVEL
Thurs, 28 Mar 5-7pm (@The Ear Foundation)
Have you shied away from travel because of your hearing loss? Learn tips and strategies from Nick who himself has a hearing loss and has travelled solo many times as a hearing aid wearer. Help build your confidence when travelling and take that trip you’ve been putting off. £6 per person
Support session: TINNITUS AND HYPERACUSIS
Sat, 1 June 10:00 – 14:30 (@The Ear Foundation)
Are you or someone you know living with Tinnitus? Are you interested to find out more about the condition including causes, symptoms & support? Join us for day of up to the minute information with tips & strategies to help you live well with Tinnitus. £20 per person
Support session: YOUR COMMUNICATION NETWORK
Sat, 20 July 10:00 – 14:30 (@The Ear Foundation)
Involving your friends and family in your hearing loss journey and helping them to understand your experience and how best to support you in daily life. £20 per person
Support session: COMMUNICATING WITH CONFIDENCE
Sat, 28 Sept, 10:00 – 14:30 (@The Ear Foundation)
A session to improve your general communication with others and also learn to be empowered, assertive and self-confident when relaying your hearing loss and communication needs to others. £20 per person
Support session: AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDER
Sat, 5th October 10:00 – 14:30 (@The Ear Foundation)
An information day for families, adults and professionals to learn more about Audiological Processing Disorder (APD).
We are excited to welcome a panel of experts including Dr. Doris, Bamiou, Dr. Nicci Chapman and Dr.Chrysa Spyridakou. Develop a deeper insight into APD including the diagnostic process, treatments and therapies. Take away and share practical tips and strategies to employ in everyday life. £25 per person, £40 per family (up to two adults) and £40 for professionals.
*To book please e-mail: email@example.com or call: 0115 9421 985
|Support session: LIVING WELL WITH YOUR HEARING TECHNOLOGY|
Sat, 26 Oct 10:00 – 14:30 (@The Ear Foundation)
Join us to learn how to make the most of your hearing technology, whether you wear aids or an implant(s) these tips/strategies will be relevant to you. Practical sessions for you and your family/ friends to take control of your hearing by learning how to effectively manage your aftercare and increasing your confidence. £20 per person
*When booking onto support sessions or information evenings,
please let us know at the time of booking if you have any dietary
requirements or communication needs.
To book your place on any of our sessions listed above or for more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0115 9421 985.
*To book onto the Auditory Processing day on 5th October please e-mail: email@example.com or call: 0115 9421 985
Information mornings: SOCIAL MORNINGS: Last Wednesday of the month; 10.30am-midday (with the exception of the Christmas social and fuddle in December which will fall on Wednesday 18th December due to Christmas holidays). This monthly meeting provides an informal, social opportunity to meet with others and bring along family and friends. Ear Foundation staff will be on hand if you have any questions. (@The Ear Foundation) £1.50 per person- refreshments provided.
Support sessions: TINNITUS SUPPORT GROUP: First Tuesday of the following months; Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec 1.15-3.15pm (@The Ear Foundation). The group is an informal, supportive group with a positive attitude towards enabling everyone to live well with their Tinnitus. We are not able to provide medical advice or comment on specific symptoms experienced by an individual. For information about the support group, phone 0115 942 7804 or text 07852 296613. £2 per person- refreshments provided.
New Skills: HEARING EQUIPMENT SESSIONS By appointment only (@The Ear Foundation) Our resource centre has equipment such as; phones, door bells, TV listeners, wireless accessories and FM systems such as the popular Phonak Roger Pen. You can also ‘try before you buy’ and we can help select the correct equipment for you. Appointments: £20 initial session/ £10 for follow up appointment. Equipment loans: £10 per week (maximum two weeks)
Support sessions: HEAR TO HELP HEARING AID MAINTENANCE CLINICS Drop in clinics for NHS hearing aid users in your local community across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire area.
For more information including a full list of clinic locations and dates please follow this link: https://www.earfoundation.org.uk/adult-hearing-services/hear-to-help-service
Don’t forget you can also catch up with everything that’s happening at The Ear Foundation via our monthly online newsletter, to take a look at January’s please follow this link: https://www.earfoundation.org.uk/news/articles/648