Hearing Loss

Hear for Norfolk

Their work aims to improve the lives of young people and adults of all ages in Norfolk with all degrees of hearing loss. They achieve this by offering personal, emotional and practical support, undertaking hearing aid maintenance, ear wax removal using microsuction, providing information on hearing loss and related conditions, and training.

Telephone: 01603 404440

Website: www.hearfornorfolk.org.uk

Email: nda@hearfornorfolk.org.uk

Hidden Hearing Norwich

If you do suffer from hearing loss already, it’s important to keep on top of any changes to your hearing. Even if you’ve gone to see them before, they recommend having a regular check-up, at least once a year.

Telephone: 01603 851511

Website: www.hiddenhearing.co.uk/hearing-aids-centre/norfolk/hidden-hearing-norwich

Hearing Link

Hearing Link helps people with hearing loss, their families and friends.

They’re here to help you adjust to the practical and emotional challenges that hearing loss can bring – offering shared experiences, practical support and guidance, so you can reconnect with people and face the future with confidence. Whatever your query or concern, whether you have hearing loss yourself or wish to support someone else, please get in touch.

Telephone or text: 01844 348111

Website: www.hearinglink.org

Email: enquiries@hearinglink.org

Hearing Impairment - Norfolk County Council

The Sensory Support Unit offers the opportunity for all children and adults who use British Sign Language (BSL) to have their social care assessments conducted in BSL.

They assist people to plan for their support needs and provide professional interventions to enable deaf people to maximise their independence where they have a critical or substantial need.

They identify barriers that vulnerable deaf people may face in accessing services for their health and social care needs.

Voice: 0344 800 8020

Textphone: 0344 800 8011

Website: information@norfolk.gov.uk


Together, they’re here to make life fully inclusive for deaf people and those with hearing loss or tinnitus.

Website: www.rnid.org.uk