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RNID

Abbreviation for:
Royal National Institute for the Deaf (now, Action on Hearing Loss)
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"RNID's Great Wall of China trek appealed to my sense of adventure and it was a fantastic feeling seeing all the breath-taking scenery and exploring parts of the wall that aren't normally open to the public."
RNID also wants to hear about the impact that deafness or hearing loss has on people's everyday lives.
Angela King, senior audiologist at RNID, warns that, "Hearing loss from loud noise is caused by listening too loudly for too long a period.
To reach out to these people, RNID has been working in partnership with telecommunications manufacturer Gee-marc to develop an affordable product for use at home.
According to a RNID survey, 26 per cent of people don't see their GP about tinnitus but if it's having a negative impact on your life, you can be referred to a hospital specialist.
The RNID said Vodafone is the only operator to so far offer a relay service using the software and urged other mobile network operators to fulfil legal obligations and provide the service for subscribers.
Natalie Swaby, 27, said: "I wanted to support a charity that was much more personal to me like RNID."
RNID believe that lipreading classes should be widely available at little to no cost to the learner and since 2008, we have been running a campaign called Read My Lips.
RNID's Hear to Help project, funded by The Co-operative and run in partnership with Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, is looking for volunteers to help reduce the loneliness and isolation often experienced by people who wear hearing aids.
The Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) discovered that one in seven people have hearing problems in Northumberland and that the county is of one of only three areas in the country without any classes.
If you notice difficulties in your or your partner''s hearing then take RNID''s Hearing Check or go to your GP."
RNID Cymru wants volunteers to come forward for Hear to Help.