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
We offer face-to-face services and are available to help by email, over the phone or through video calls.
Get help with hearing aids
Our hearing aid support service helps people get the most out of their NHS hearing aids.
Get help with benefits
If you are deaf or have hearing loss, we can help you find and apply for benefits and support.
Get help with products
Our sensory services provide needs assessments and support with assistive technology.
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.
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.
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.