We’re here for everyone in England who is deaf or has hearing loss or tinnitus.
We provide information and support in local communities, and campaign to make health services, jobs and everyday services more accessible.
How we can help
Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, we’ve paused our local face-to-face services, but we’re still here to help by email, over the phone or through video calls.
We are continuing to run our care homes and supported living services.
Local support services
Get help with managing your hearing loss
Our local services can give you information and support to help you manage your hearing loss during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Get help with hearing aids
Our local hearing aid support services are here to help you remotely if you have any trouble with your NHS hearing aids.
Meet others with hearing loss
See what peer support is available near you – from local support groups to 1:1 befriending schemes.
Get help with products
We run sensory services in some areas, to help you get the products and equipment you need to manage your hearing loss or tinnitus effectively.
If you are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus and need free confidential and impartial information and support, contact RNID.
We’re open 8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
See our online information
Find out more about hearing loss and tinnitus and the support available in the Information and support section of our website.
Our social research and evidence
Our social research guides all our work and campaigns. It helps us influence government, business and employers – and raise awareness of the issues facing people who are deaf or have tinnitus or hearing loss.
Find out more about our work
We provide information and support and campaign for equality across the UK. We fund research into hearing loss and tinnitus around the world.