Tinnitus – Cork Deaf http://www.corkdeaf.ie Small Business Professional Mon, 12 Nov 2018 12:06:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.10 66463212 Tinnitus Support Meeting http://www.corkdeaf.ie/tinnitus-support-meeting/ Wed, 01 Oct 2014 08:29:09 +0000 http://www.corkdeaf.ie/?p=1350 Do You Have Tinnitus? Would you like to meet other people who have Tinnitus? The Cork Deaf Association will hold a Support Group Meeting on Saturday 18th October 2014 12- 2pm   at the Cork Deaf Association 5 MacCurtain Street Cork City     Meetings involve a mixture of chatting and group discussions on different topics. The main goal of […]

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Do You Have Tinnitus?

Would you like to meet other people who have Tinnitus?

The Cork Deaf Association will hold a
Support Group Meeting

on

Saturday 18th October 2014

12- 2pm

 

at the

Cork Deaf Association

5 MacCurtain Street

Cork City

 

 

Meetings involve a mixture of chatting and group discussions on different topics. The main goal of the meeting is to provide people with tinnitus with an opportunity to support each other.

All are welcome!

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Cork Tinnitus Support Group Ended but Services Will Continue http://www.corkdeaf.ie/cork-tinnitus-support-group-ended-services-will-continue/ Thu, 27 Mar 2014 11:53:41 +0000 http://www.corkdeaf.ie/?p=1031 The final meeting of the Cork Tinnitus Support Group was held in December 2013 at the CDA, 5 MacCurtain Street, Cork. While the support group will no longer be meeting, we want assure anyone who needs support with their tinnitus that services other than the support group will continue to be provided at the Cork […]

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The final meeting of the Cork Tinnitus Support Group was held in December 2013 at the CDA, 5 MacCurtain Street, Cork.

While the support group will no longer be meeting, we want assure anyone who needs support with their tinnitus that services other than the support group will continue to be provided at the Cork Deaf Association in MacCurtain Street, Cork.

The tinnitus helpline has resumed on Wednesdays 10am to 12.30pm. If you have an urgent query about tinnitus, call the Cork Deaf Centre (021 4505944) and they will forward your query to one of the support team. Alternatively, you can email through this website.

We would like to take this opportunity to say a big ‘thank you’ to all our members and supporters who have made the support group such a success and who have assisted many, many people in managing their tinnitus over the past 16 years.

Dr Pat Naughton (Chairman), Sr Anne Byrne (Secretary), Nuala Doherty (Treasurer), Angela O’Leary (Helpline), Jim Wall (CDA Board member)

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Tinnitus Research update http://www.corkdeaf.ie/tinnitus-research-update/ Thu, 27 Mar 2014 11:52:26 +0000 http://www.corkdeaf.ie/?p=1025 Those who live with tinnitus and those who suffer with it are always interested to hear of any progress being made through research worldwide that seeks a cure for the noise. The British Tinnitus Association’s regular magazine QUIET provides updates on significant developments in tinnitus research. Updates also appear on the website of the organisation […]

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Those who live with tinnitus and those who suffer with it are always interested to hear of any progress being made through research worldwide that seeks a cure for the noise. The British Tinnitus Association’s regular magazine QUIET provides updates on significant developments in tinnitus research. Updates also appear on the website of the organisation Action on Hearing Loss (previously the RNID) in the UK. Have a look at a recent update there at their website:

http://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/your-hearing/biomedical-research.aspx

Also you may be interested in reading about research here in Ireland into a new device which may be effective in reducing or eliminating tinnitus in some people:

http://www.mutebutton.ie/overview

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