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Information about deafness, tinnitus and hearing health


We want to share our information with you Whether you’re deaf, hard of hearing, have tinnitus, or want to protect your hearing, there’s something in this catalogue for you. We also have information that you will find useful if you are an employer, provide services, or live or work with people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Most of our publications are free. Prices for the few items we charge for are shown throughout this catalogue. To order any of our publications, please turn to page 24.

Or you can view all our factsheets and leaflets on our website at

www.rnid.org.uk/factsheets

Many of our FREE publications are available in: • large print • Braille • audio format. Please contact RNID Information Line (see the back page for contact details) to order these.

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What we know Our information

Our work

Benefits and services

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About RNID

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Communication

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Fundraise for us

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Deaf awareness

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Campaign with us

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Employment

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How to order

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Equipment

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Hearing aids

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Healthcare

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Parenting

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Your rights

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Tinnitus

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Benefits and services Benefits and services A leaflet about benefits and services for people who are deaf. 16 pages | A5 |

Factsheets Benefits and work

| 14 pages | A4 |

Benefits and incapacity for work

| 19 pages | A4 |

Advice on benefits and work for people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing. Information on benefits for people who are deaf and cannot work because of illness and disability.

Employment Support Allowance (ESA)

Information about Employment Support Allowance (ESA), which has replaced Income Support (IS) and Incapacity Benefit (IB) paid on the grounds of disability.

| 9 pages | A4 |

Social services for deaf adults

| 11 pages | A4 |

Attendance Allowance (AA)

| 16 pages | A4 |

Disability Living Allowance (DLA)

| 23 pages | A4 |

Challenging Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and Attendance Allowance (AA) decisions

| 37 pages | A4 |

Information on help available from social services for adults who are deaf or hard of hearing. For people over 65 who are deaf and disabled, and need help with personal care or supervision. Information on Disability Living Allowance (DLA), what it is and how to claim it.

Guidance for representatives and benefits advisers who work with adults aged 16 and over who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Community care grants from the Social Fund For people who are deaf and want information on community care grants.

| 12 pages | A4 |

Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit (IIDB)

| 16 pages | A4 |

Armed Forces Compensation Scheme

| 10 pages | A4 |

War Pensions and priority health treatment for veterans

| 14 pages | A4 |

How to secure benefits for injuries or diseases sustained while at work. For people who are deafened or have hearing loss as a result of military service. Information on War Pensions, who is entitled to them and how to apply for them.

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Communication Communication tips

Watch this face

A card featuring tips to help deaf people communicate with hearing people, and to help hearing people communicate with deaf people.

A leaflet giving information on lipreading and how and where to learn it. 8 pages | A5 |

2 pages | A5 |

Communication support services A leaflet for people who are deaf or hearing and want to find out about communication support services. Also useful for service providers who want to book such support. 16 pages | A5 |

Factsheets Working with a BSL/English interpreter

8 pages | A4 |

Working with a communication support worker in education

8 pages | A4 |

Working with an electronic notetaker

7 pages | A4 |

Working with a manual notetaker

6 pages | A4 |

Working with a speech-to-text reporter

7 pages | A4 |

Working with an interpreter or communicator guide

8 pages | A4 |

Working with a lipspeaker

9 pages | A4 |

Full of information for people who want to find out more about using British Sign Language (BSL)/English interpreters. For lecturers or tutors who teach students who are deaf and want to find out more about communication support workers (CSWs). What an electronic notetaker does and what to do if you would like to use one. Information on notetakers and notetaking and the roles of both in the workplace.

For organisations and service providers who want to find out more about using a speech-to-text reporter.

What interpreters do and how to go about using one.

Information on what lipspeakers do and how they can help you professionally.

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Communication Sign language

Fingerspelling poster

A leaflet full of information on British Sign Language (BSL) including how and where to learn it.

A poster showing the fingerspelling alphabet. 6 pages | Folds out to make an A2 poster |

20 pages | A5 |

Fingerspelling alphabet A handy bookmark to help with learning the fingerspelling alphabet. 2 pages | bookmark |

Fingerspelling alphabet A card to help with learning the fingerspelling alphabet. 2 pages | A5 |

Irish fingerspelling alphabet A card to help with learning the Irish fingerspelling alphabet. 2 pages | A5 |

Welsh fingerspelling alphabet

Deafblind manual alphabet

A card to help with learning the Welsh fingerspelling alphabet.

A card to help with learning the fingerspelling alphabet for people who are deafblind.

2 pages | A5 |

2 pages | A5 |

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Communication Start to sign! is our superb multimedia package to help you learn British Sign Language (BSL) The book Now in its fourth edition, Start to sign! is bigger and better, with brand new colour photographs of more than 800 signs. Plus there’s lots of information about the development, structure and grammar of BSL. 124 pages | A4 | full colour | ISBN 978-1-904296-17-1|

The website Buying the book gives you exclusive password access to the Start to sign! website. You’ll be able to view more than 1,000 video clips – and test yourself with our interactive quizzes.

To order Start to sign! for just £19.99 please contact RNID Products on Telephone 01733

361199 Textphone 01733 238020 Email solutions@rnid.org.uk Online www.rnid.org.uk/buystarttosign

Why learn BSL? BSL is used by an estimated 50,000-70,000 people throughout the UK. As well as being great fun to learn, it’ll improve your ability to communicate with people who are deaf – and help you understand the richness of their culture. Start to sign! is especially suitable if you’ve just enrolled in beginners’ classes, but it’s also an excellent refresher for BSL learners of all levels.

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Deaf awareness People who are deaf or hard of hearing

RNID Louder than Words

This leaflet tells you more about people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

A leaflet about our Louder than Words charter and how you can make your business accessible to people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

12 pages | A5 |

6 pages | A5 |

Factsheets Facts and figures on deafness and tinnitus

A range of statistics related to deafness and tinnitus.

Deafblind people

Facts on what deafblindness is and the support available.

Living with someone who has a gradual hearing loss

Information for partners of people whose hearing has gradually worsened with age.

Producing information for deaf people

For anyone who produces information materials for people who are deaf.

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13 pages | A4 | 7 pages | A4 | 12 pages | A4 | 8 pages | A4 |

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Employment The Don’t Panic pack An informative leaflet aimed at people who recruit and develop the careers of people who are deaf or hard of hearing. 48 pages | A5 |

Supporting employers and individuals

Careers as a language service professional (LSP) working with deaf people A leaflet for those thinking about a career as an LSP.

Careers as a Language Service Professional (LSP) Working with deaf people

Produced by the

Access to Communication in English Coalition

20 pages | 210 x 210mm |

A leaflet about RNID’s Employment, Training and Skills Service (ETSS), which works with employers and supports people who are deaf or hard of hearing in finding work and training. 12 pages | A5 |

Factsheets Careers with people who are deaf

15 pages | A4 |

Information for people looking to work with people who are deaf.

Deaf or hard of hearing and in work or looking for work?

11 pages | A4 |

Deaf or hard of hearing and want to be your own boss?

15 pages | A4 |

Discrimination and employment – your rights under the DDA

24 pages | A4 |

Training as a BSL/English interpreter

10 pages | A4 |

Information for people who are deaf or hard of hearing and looking for a job. Advice for people who are deaf or hard of hearing and thinking about becoming self-employed.

Information on the rights of employees and responsibilities of employers under the DDA. Information on how to train as a BSL/English interpreter.

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Equipment Products to make life easier

Solutions A catalogue of products we sell to help with listening, using the telephone, being alerted to the doorbell or smoke alarm, and other products to help with everyday living.

A leaflet with information on equipment for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. 20 pages | A5 |

80 pages | A4 |

Factsheets Background noise on television

3 pages | A4 |

Useful information on what to do about it – and how to complain about it.

How to get subtitles

17 pages | A4 |

Loop and infrared systems – for people managing public venues

14 pages | A4 |

Loop and infrared systems – for deaf people

12 pages | A4 |

Listening equipment

11 pages | A4 |

Mobile phones

10 pages | A4 |

For people who want to know how to get subtitles on television, DVDs and pre-recorded videotapes. Find out how to make your venue more accessible to people who are deaf.

Learn about how to make the most of induction loop and infrared systems. Information about equipment to help you hear conversations and discussions in a wide range of places. For people who are deaf or hard of hearing and thinking about getting a mobile phone.

Multi-alerting systems for the home

6 pages | A4 |

Sensory alerts for the home

9 pages | A4 |

Information about systems that can alert you to sounds such as the doorbell, telephone, a crying baby or a smoke detector. Covers alarm clocks, doorbells, baby monitors and other systems.

Smoke alarms

8 pages | A4 |

Information for people who are deaf and want to find out about smoke alarms.

Telephones and voice communications

11 pages | A4 |

Text communications

13 pages | A4 |

Information about telephones for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Information about how to use a textphone and other ways of communicating by text.

Video communications

Information about communication using a videophone or webcam.

Equipment for deaf learners

Information about equipment available to support students who are deaf.

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6 pages | A4 | 13 pages | A4 |

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Hearing aids Getting hearing aids This leaflet is a guide to different types of hearing aid for people who think they may need them, or who have recently got their first hearing aids. 24 pages | A5 |

The facts about hearing aids A highly accessible ‘one stop’ publication that tells you all about hearing aids. Free for members, £5 for non-members* 32 pages | 200 x 270mm | full colour | ISBN 978-1-904296-82-9 |

Factsheets Digital hearing aids

For people who are deaf or hard of hearing and want to find out about digital hearing aids.

9 pages | A4 |

NHS hearing aid service

12 pages | A4 |

Buying hearing aids

12 pages | A4 |

A guide to getting NHS hearing aids. For people thinking of buying hearing aids privately.

Loudness recruitment and hearing aids

For adults who would like to understand more about this type of hearing problem.

Bone conduction hearing aids

Facts about bone conduction hearing aids, how they work and for whom they are suitable.

5 pages | A4 | 10 pages | A4 |

*D  iscounts available on bulk orders of over 50 copies. To order, or to become a member, please call RNID Membership team on 0845 634 0679 (tel/textphone) or email membership@rnid.org.uk See page 27 for more details about the benefits of RNID membership.

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Healthcare Is your hearing going?

Ears and ear health

A leaflet with information on what to do if you think you’re losing your hearing.

This leaflet has information on how your ears work and common problems that affect ears and hearing, including dizziness.

12 pages | A5 |

20 pages | A5 |

Cochlear implants

Are two cochlear implants better than one?*

Information about cochlear implants and who might benefit from them.

A review of the evidence for and against the fitting of two cochlear implants in children and adults.

15 pages | A5 |

24 pages | A5 |

Factsheets Acoustic neuroma

For people who want to know more about acoustic neuromas.

Dizziness and balance problems

Information for people experiencing dizziness and balance problems.

8 pages | A4 | 12 pages | A4 |

Drugs and hearing loss

8 pages | A4 |

Ear syringing

8 pages | A4 |

Flying and the ear

6 pages | A4 |

Genetics and deafness

8 pages | A4 |

Glue ear

9 pages | A4 |

Hyperacusis

5 pages | A4 |

For people who would like to find out more about ototoxic drugs – drugs that occasionally cause hearing loss. You may find this information useful if your GP has suggested that you have your ears syringed. Facts on how flying affects the ears in both people who are deaf and those who are hearing. A guide to genetics and deafness for parents of children who are deaf and parents-to-be who are deaf. Information for parents of children who have glue ear. Adults rarely get glue ear but this factsheet may be useful to them too. For adults who have hyperacusis (sensitivity to loud noise) and would like to find out more.

*To order this publication, please contact The Ear Foundation directly on 0115 942 1985 (telephone), 0115 924 9054 (fax) or email rachel@earfoundation.org.uk

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Healthcare Hearing The Future

Hearing Progress

This full-colour booklet will bring you up to date on the future of deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus research.

A full-colour report on all RNID’s research into deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus in the past decade. 40 pages | A4 |

20 pages | A4 |

Factsheets Ménière’s disease

11 pages | A4 |

Middle ear conditions

12 pages | A4 |

Information for people who have Ménière’s disease and would like to find out more about their condition. A guide to the middle ear and the common conditions that can affect it.

Noise exposure

20 pages | A4 |

Losing your hearing suddenly

14 pages | A4 |

Information on how to protect your hearing against noise and what to do if you have noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus. For people who have suddenly lost their hearing.

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Parenting Pregnancy and birth – a guide for deaf women A book for mothers and mothers-to-be who are deaf. It provides clear information on the key things that you need to know about when you’re pregnant. The book is written in plain English, with plenty of illustrations and photos. Read stories from other mothers who are deaf, including hints and tips, and find out how to get communication support. Fathers who are deaf, and healthcare professionals working with parents and parents-to-be who are deaf, will also find this book useful. Published in association with the National Childbirth Trust. 134 pages | A4 | full colour |

£14.99

ISBN 1 904296 033

Children with cochlear implants: a parental perspective A colour booklet summarising the views of parents of children with cochlear implants, discussing the decision-making process, communication, language, education and family life. 18 pages | 210 x 210mm |

Supporting pupils with cochlear implants in secondary schools* A report of a study set up to explore the experience of pupils with cochlear implants in secondary schools. It gives the perspectives of teachers, and looks at the views of the pupils and their parents and the issues that are important to them. 64 pages | 210 x 210mm |

Factsheets Newborn hearing screening

8 pages | A4 | Information about what parents can expect when their baby is screened for hearing loss.

*To order this publication, please contact The Ear Foundation directly on 0115 942 1985 (telephone), 0115 924 9054 (fax) or email rachel@earfoundation.org.uk

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Your rights Factsheets The DDA – what is meant by disability?

A look at the definition of disability under the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).

8 pages | A4 |

Access for deaf people – your rights under the DDA

31 pages | A4 |

The DDA – for service providers

28 pages | A4 |

Human Rights Act

16 pages | A4 |

The Disability Equality Duty (DED) – a guide for public authorities

15 pages | A4 |

The Disability Equality Duty (DED) – a guide for deaf people

19 pages | A4 |

Discrimination and employment – your rights under the DDA

24 pages | A4 |

Also available The information needs of black and minority ethnic deaf people

22 pages | A4 |

A guide to how the DDA protects deaf consumers.

A guide for businesses and organisations on how to comply with the DDA. A look at the Human Rights Act 1998 and how it might apply to people who are deaf. A guide for public authorities on how to implement the DED, which promotes equality for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. How to challenge discrimination under the DED.

Information on the rights of employees and responsibilities of employers under the DDA.

Information detailing research carried out in 2001 by the London Ethnic Minority Deaf Association (LEMDA).

Available online only Guidance on providing BSL/English interpreters under the DDA This guidance is available to read in full at www.rnid.org.uk/bsl_guidance

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Tinnitus

Who better to ask about managing tinnitus than the very people who live with it? While we can’t offer you a cure for tinnitus, we can offer you some help. Our new range of Tune out tinnitus CDs has been specially designed to help you manage your tinnitus. We developed the range by drawing on real experiences of people who have tinnitus.

Abstract sounds: calming white noise, pink noise and cosmic echoes.

Through our Tinnitus User Research Project, plus the expert advice of UK hearing therapists, we gathered vital feedback about which sounds provide the greatest help. The result is these purpose-designed CDs, which we believe are the best available for those seeking to relax and to manage their tinnitus.

Water sounds: the soothing sounds of the ocean, streams and waterfalls.

£11.99 not VAT exempt

£11.99 not VAT exempt

Everyday sounds: the ambient sounds of whirring fans and other domestic noises.

Nature sounds: the peaceful rustle of mountain breezes and other outdoor noises.

£11.99 not VAT exempt

£11.99 not VAT exempt

To order any of these CDs, go to www.rnid.org.uk/shop or call 01733 361199 or textphone 01733 238020

If you’re struggling to cope with tinnitus, or just want to find out more, RNID’s dedicated website has information, tips for managing the condition and a forum for sharing experiences.

www.tuneouttinnitus.org.uk You can also contact the RNID Tinnitus Helpline from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday: Telephone 0808 808 6666* Textphone 0808 808 0007 Fax 020 7296 8199 SMS 0780 0000 360† *Calls may be monitored for training purposes. † Costs vary depending on your network.

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Tinnitus Tune out tinnitus This leaflet has answers to common questions about tinnitus. 16 pages | A5 |

Ringing ears? Can’t sleep? A short introductory leaflet about tinnitus for people who may not know anything about it. 4 pages | A5 |

Factsheets Different types of tinnitus – and what to do about them

Information about the most common forms of tinnitus and how to manage them.

Drugs, stress and tinnitus

The varied ways in which tinnitus, stress and drugs (including aspirin and antibiotics) can interact.

11 pages | A4 | 8 pages | A4 |

Therapies to help with your tinnitus

13 pages | A4 |

Tinnitus, family life and ways to cope

12 pages | A4 |

Tinnitus, sleep and complementary therapies

15 pages | A4 |

How to decide which of a range of treatments, including counselling and sound therapy, could help you most. The effect that tinnitus can have on family members, including young children, and wider family relationships. How to work towards a better night’s sleep with the help of complementary therapies, such as acupuncture and aromatherapy.

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About RNID RNID: our impact 2007/8 Our latest impact report: A summary of RNID’s objectives, achievements and plans for the future from 2007/08. 12 pages | A4 |

See the full version of the impact report, including subtitled videos, online at www.rnidimpact.org.uk

RNID services This full-colour brochure explains the varied range of services that RNID offers to people who are deaf and deafblind, including specialist care, advice, equipment and support. 20 pages | A4 |

RNID Library A leaflet about information and services available from the RNID library. 4 pages | A5 |

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Fundraise for us Organise you own events to raise funds for RNID. Or help us advertise or join in one of ours, such as skydiving or trekking the Great Wall of China. Bright ideas This guide covers everything you need to know about fundraising for RNID. 20 pages | A4 |

Bupa Great North Run Poster A poster to advertise the Bupa Great North Run. 1 page | A4 |

Events and community fundraising poster A poster to advertise your fundraising event.

Skydiving poster A poster to advertise a fundraising skydive. 1 page | A4 |

1 page | A3 |

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Fundraise for us

London to Paris poster A poster to advertise a fundraising cycle ride from London to Paris. 1 page | A4 |

Great Wall of China trek poster A poster to advertise a fundraising trip to China. 1 page | A4 |

Legacy guides RNID will-making guide

RNID Hope Fund guide

A guide to leaving a gift in your will to RNID.

Information about setting up a fund in memory of a loved one.

16 pages | 197 x 148mm |

10 pages | 148 x 148mm |

Celebration Giving guide

Giving in loving memory guide

A short booklet that explains Celebration Giving to potential donors.

A short booklet that explains how to give a gift in memory of a loved one.

8 pages | 148 x 148mm |

12 pages | 148 x 148mm |

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Campaign with us Materials to promote our Don’t Lose the Music campaign. Find out more at www.dontlosethemusic.com Don’t Lose the Music poster

Don’t Lose the Music ‘Like it Loud?’ research report

1 page | A3 |

This report summarises two pieces of recent research into young people’s awareness, attitudes and behaviours towards loud music and their hearing. 28 pages | A4 |

Don’t Lose the Music ‘MP3’ flyer

Noise at Work explained

2 pages | 105 x 105mm |

A booklet to explain the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005. 8 pages | A5 |

Noise Dial flyer 2 pages | 105 x 105mm |

Don’t Lose the Music materials  ou can order 1-10 booklets, 1-5 posters, 1-100 flyers or 1 report, free of charge. Y 11+ leaflets will be charged at 50p per copy, 5+ posters charged at 20p, 100+ flyers charged at 3p and 2 reports charged at £1.50. You can order your leaflets directly by emailing campaigns@rnid.org.uk

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Campaign with us A simple cure A guide for health professionals on communicating better with patients who are deaf or hard of hearing. 4 pages | A4 |

Hospital poster Tips to make a hospital more accessible to people who are deaf. 4 pages | Folds out to make an A3 poster |

Mumbling getting on your nerves? (poster) Poster to advertise our online and telephone hearing checks. 1 page | A4 |

Cinema subtitling poster Information about subtitling in cinemas. 1 page | A3 |

Hearing matters! (postcard) A postcard to encourage people to petition the government about hearing screening for people over 55. 2 pages | 105 x 148mm |

Want to hear more? (postcard) Postcard to advertise our online and telephone hearing checks. 2 pages | 105 x 148mm |

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How to order You can view all our factsheets and leaflets on our website at www.rnid.org.uk/factsheets To order publications from us, please fill in the order form opposite. Most of our publications are free. Prices for items we charge for are clearly marked throughout this catalogue. Leaflets and factsheets You can order up to 10 leaflets free of charge. You can only order one copy of each factsheet, but you’re welcome to make as many photocopies as you need. Campaign materials For details about charges on some of our campaign materials, please see page 22. Postage and packaging We ask for a small fee for postage and packaging on any orders for items we charge for. There are three ways to pay: • Cheque/postal order made payable to RNID. •C  redit or debit card. Fill in your card details overleaf and post the form. Or order by phone. Please have your credit or debit card to hand when you call us. • Orders over £50 can be invoiced. Fill in this form and include your purchase order. Remember to fill in your name and address so we can send you your publications. Please post this form to:

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Why you should join RNID

If you’re deaf, hard of hearing or have tinnitus, RNID membership is for you! Become a member and we’ll give you: One in Seven, our award-winning magazine, packed full of: • information about hearing aids • advice on managing with tinnitus • product reviews and campaign news • interviews and real-life experiences • prize giveaways and a lot more… A free copy of The Facts about Hearing Aids. This popular booklet is an essential guide for

everyone from new to experienced hearing aid users. Free to members, £5 to non-members. See page 11 for more information about the booklet. PLUS! Interactive website area Get in touch with other members and find out what’s going on in your area. Want to get more involved? If you can spare a little time, you can support our campaigns, take part in our events, or volunteer your time and skills.

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