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      Services in Northern Ireland

      Are you looking for support in Northern Ireland?

      We provide a wide range of support services across Northern Ireland for people who are deaf, have a hearing loss or tinnitus. We work with people of all ages, right across the country, and at different stages in their hearing loss journey. We aim to ensure that our services are tailored to the needs of each individual we work with, and that we offer the highest quality and most effective service we can.

      We are grateful to our funders for the funding we receive to enable us to deliver these vital services, and to our skilled and dedicated volunteers who help us reach out to people that need us. We work in partnership with other service providers and with people with hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus.

      Do you have questions about hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus? Or maybe you are organising an event in Northern Ireland? We can provide you with expert information and help signpost you to local services by phone, email or in person.

      [No text in field]Do you live in Northern Ireland and need help with your NHS hearing aids? Our Hearing Aid User Support Service volunteers can provide free advice and support.

      If you have a ringing or buzzing in your ear and it's starting to impact on your quality of life, our Tinnitus Support service can help.

      We offer specialist support to people who are deaf or have a hearing loss to gain training, find a job and retain employment.

      The Aged Veterans Project is our Northern Ireland-wide service supporting older Armed Forces veterans with their hearing loss and tinnitus

      Find out how we can support you to find services that meet your needs. We help service providers, service users and professionals.

      Action on Hearing Loss Northern Ireland, is part of the new UK Hear to Inform and Connect (2017-19) project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. This project will help us to grow our existing information services to reach even more older people with hearing loss.