Tuesday 13th July, 6:00 - 7:00pm

A 60-minute webinar aimed at people supporting an adult with tinnitus. Including what tinnitus is and how this can impact a person's life, what you can do to support them and where to find additional support.

Please note we will be using Zoom webinar for this session, please ensure you have this service available on the device you plan on using for the webinar. 

What will the webinar cover? 

The session will cover:

  • What is tinnitus?
  • The impact this can have on someone's life
  • How you can support and encourage them
  • Management techniques
  • Where to find additional support 

How will the webinar be delivered?

You will require internet access, we will be using Zoom Webinar. A camera and microphone are not required, you will be able to submit your questions using the Q & A function. 

How long is the webinar?

The webinar will be 60 minutes.

Who can attend?

This session is aimed at those supporting an adult with tinnitus. 

Who will be delivering this session?

Sandy Grimes

Sandy has been an Audiologist in the NHS over 30 years. She trained as a Hearing Therapist in 2000.

Sandy developed Doncaster and Bassettlaw Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s tinnitus service and has since developed group information sessions for new patients as well as sharing knowledge and experience nationally. Sandy’s main interest is patient centred management of auditory problems including tinnitus and hyperacusis, using a “toolbag” of management styles and options currently available, including CBT skills and mindfulness in relaxation. In 2018 Sandy became the Vice President of the British Tinnitus Association

Jodie Rogers

Jodie is employed as a Specialist Audiologist at Chesterfield Royal Hospital where she is joint lead for the Hearing Therapy Service. 

Beginning in Audiology over 20 years ago she has always been passionate about rehabilitation and patient centred care. 

The hearing therapy service at Chesterfield includes a one stop tinnitus clinic, vestibular rehabilitation, hearing tactics for minimal loss and auditory processing disorders. Alongside this work she also works with patients who have challenging/ complex and profound hearing losses. 

Is there a charge? 

Yes, there will be a £3 per attendee for this webinar. 

As a charity, we receive no direct government funding, the cost of the ticket covers the running cost of this event including organisation of the event and additional functions such as live captioning on the day of the webinar. 

If you have any questions in regards to the webinar, please contact [email protected] 

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