Bournemouth Tinnitus Group
Welcome to the Bournemouth Tinnitus Group
Experiencing tinnitus ourselves we have an understanding of the condition. There are many different approaches to managing tinnitus.
The Bournemouth Tinnitus Group serves an area within a 20 mile radius of Bournemouth.
The following number is available at all reasonable times if you need to talk to someone about your tinnitus.
Jean 01202 468480
Tinnitus is noises in the head and or ears. It can be a buzzing, ringing or hissing sound. For a massive 2.3 million people it is a chronic condition and The Medical Research Council reports that 3.3 million people have consulted their GP with tinnitus.
There is a great deal of research being carried out which we as a group support. With no cure yet and a bewildering array of coping strategies many people continue to suffer and not in silence.
While there is no cure for the condition it can be managed to become less distressing.
GP’s are not always well informed about the condition and all too often patients are not given the right support. Tinnitus is a neglected medical condition and in certain cases can be seriously debilitating to the point of clinical depression.
The Bournemouth Group
Meyrick Rise Care Home, Branksome Wood Rd, Bournemouth BH2 6BT
Held on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 2:15 pm and finish at approximately 4:00 pm. There is no meeting in August.
There is parking available onsite and the site is well connected via the local Yellow Buses (36 route).
Calendar of Events
24th October - The Dogs Trust
28th November - Keeley Salmon - Interactive Tinnitus Session
12th December - Christmas Party
We invite anybody interested in the issues and topics we focus our efforts on to join.
By joining you will have the opportunity to talk to other members and here positive feedback about how to cope with tinnitus. You will receive a quarterly magazine called “Quiet” direct from the British Tinnitus Association. The magazine is always very informative with articles by professionals in the field, letters, updates on the latest research and much more.
Meetings generally have a speaker whose subject has some connections with health and well-being and there is always someone to advise on tinnitus issues. Followed by a question and answer session and a cup of tea with biscuits.
Key to Hearing host this page on behalf of the Bournemouth Tinnitus Group.