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RNID in Scotland

We’re here for everyone in Scotland who is deaf or has hearing loss or tinnitus.

We work in communities across the country to provide information and support. We also campaign for equal access to employment, health and entertainment, and to improve standards in audiology care.

Find out about our local services in Scotland, how to get involved and who to contact for information or support.

How we can help in Scotland

Due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we’ve paused our face-to-face services, but our services are still here to help by email, over the phone or through video calls.

You can also contact our national Information Line for information and support on all issues relating to deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus.

Get more coronavirus information and updates

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.

Get involved 

Social research and policy in Scotland

Our social research guides our work in Scotland. It helps us influence government, business and employers, and helps raise awareness of the issues facing people who are deaf and those with hearing loss and tinnitus.

Find out more about our research and influencing work.

Get in touch with our team in Scotland

General enquiries

Call: 01413 415330

Text message: 07388 227407

Email:  scotland@rnid.org.uk

Information in BSL: Arrange a BSL video call

Fundraising support or enquiries

Media, PR and campaigns enquiries

Call: 07760 625793

Email: prteam@rnid.org.uk

Out of hours: 07944 038 635