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My life with Tinnitus

Read our blog, written by Amy, aged 11, who has tinnitus and is supporting Tinnitus Week. Read more

Amy’s brave tinnitus battle

Amy McLaughlin, from Midlothian, is 11 and was diagnosed with tinnitus at just eight years old. Here, her mum Angela Marshall, explains the impact living with tinnitus has had on Amy, and their family life. Read more

"People can’t believe George has tinnitus"

George aged 10, was diagnosed with tinnitus and is now finding school much easier thanks to coping techniques. Here his mum Niki shares their story. Read more

Drummer Mike Joyce supports Tinnitus Week 2018

Best known as the drummer in the infamous rock band, the Smiths, Mike Joyce also lives with tinnitus. Here, he publically lends his support to Tinnitus Week 2018 and urges others to get involved. Read more

Tinnitus can affect children too - and they need our help

Think of tinnitus and it’s likely you’ll associate the hearing condition with the older generation, but think again. Read this blog by David Stockdale, our Chief Executive, who tells us more. Read more

It’s time to talk about Tinnitus in children

Veronica Kennedy, Audiovestibular Physician specialising in children’s hearing disorders is passionate about supporting Tinnitus Week. Read why, here. Read more

Let’s work together to help young people with tinnitus

In this guest blog, Dr Sarah Jarvis – GP and clinical director for – lends her support to Tinnitus Week and speaks out about the importance of raising awareness of how tinnitus impacts on children and young people. Read more

Samantha supports Tinnitus Week

Samantha Baines is a British comedian, actress and broadcaster who despite having tinnitus for most of her life has only recently been diagnosed. Read here why she is supporting Tinnitus Week Read more

Niki’s top tips for helping a child with tinnitus

Only a year ago Niki Heath’s 10-year old son George was diagnosed with tinnitus. Here Niki gives her top tips for how they have helped George manage his condition. Read more

Schools need to be better equipped to help children with tinnitus

Nicola McGarry, a school teacher from London, started suffering with tinnitus two years ago and her experience of the condition, combined with her job in a primary school, sparked an interest in how tinnitus impacts on younger people particularly in the school environment. Read her story here. Read more

The End to an Amazing Week of Tinnitus Awareness

In our final blog for Tinnitus Week 2018, BTA Campaign's Manager Emily Broomhead, says a big thank you to everyone for getting involved. Read more

Developing a tool to measure tinnitus in children

Harriet Smith, a BTA-funded PhD student at the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre, explains more about tinnitus in children and how her study hopes to help with future diagnosis and treatments. Read more

My life with Tinnitus

Please read this blog, written by 12 year old Isabel, about her experience of tinnitus. Read more

"Tinnitus was a bolt out of the blue"

Isabel Lodge, who is from Worcestershire, is 12 and was diagnosed with tinnitus when she was in year three at school, aged just eight. Here, her mum Jan Lodge, explains how tinnitus has impacted on Isabel’s life and how she has learnt to live with the condition. Read more