Helping you Support groups directory Aintree Tinnitus Support Group (Liverpool) About the group The Aintree Tinnitus Support Group is run by the audiology team at Aintree University Hospital. Where the group meets Room 2.07 Clinical Science CentreAintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustLiverpoolL9 7AL The venue is accessible for people with disabilities, and an induction loop is fitted for hearing aid users. When the group meets The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month (no meeting in January or August) Meetings start at 6pm and last for about 90 minutes. 2018 Meetings January: No meeting in January 7th February: The Positive Thoughts Course – Mrs. Sue Martin Tinnitus Awareness Week 7th March: Mindfulness – a practical session - Ruth Dark, Psychological Therapist 4th April: The role of the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) - David Stockdale, Chief Executive, BTATenth Anniversary of the Aintree Tinnitus Support Group 2nd May: Tinnitus, hearing loss and Deaf Awareness - Jennifer Fahy, AudiologistDeaf Awareness Week 14-20 May 6th June: What do we know about tinnitus? - Tony Kay, Head of Audiology Services 4th July: Personal Reflections on the role of Clinical Health Psychology and Long-Term Conditions - Lloyd Gemson, Trainee Clinical Psychologist August: No meeting in August 5th September: Practical ways to improve sleep - Gaynor Chittick, Chief Audiologist 3rd October: Tinnitus management options - Kim Moss, Senior Audiologist 7th November: Yoga and relaxation - Carli-Ann Parry, Yoga Practitioner 5th December: Tinnitus Refresher: What helps tinnitus? Tony Kay, Head of Audiology Services Additional information There is no charge for meetings. BTA Information Sheets are available. How to find out more Contact Tony Kay [email protected]0151 529 0328 Further information can be found on the group’s website at:http://www.aintreehospital.nhs.uk/our-services/a-z-of-services/audiology/tinnitus-support-group/ Terms of Reference of Aintree Tinnitus Support Group To provide additional information and support to patients, and their significant others, living with tinnitus. It is not a substitute for an individual management plan and individual medical advice cannot be given at the meetings.