About the group

The group is run by Audiologists from the Audiology department at Warwick Hospital and the group is an extension of the Tinnitus Clinic here; however we do not give medical advice or any person specific management isn’t discussed as this would be covered in a one to one appointment.

It is a friendly atmosphere where you can meet others living with tinnitus. We provide refreshments in the form of tea and biscuits at each meeting.  We usually book in speakers who give a talk on tinnitus or related subjects. Following the talk there is an opportunity to sit together to discuss, listen or ask questions.  

The aim of the group is to provide further education on topics relating to tinnitus and help you develop new coping skills & increase your confidence. Through gaining inspiration and support from others; you may find you notice your tinnitus less.

Additionally, the group has achieved the BTA Gold Standard for Support Groups

Where the group meets

Room 5
John Turner Building
Warwick Hospital
Lakin Road
Warwick
CV34 5BW

The meeting room has disabled access. Directions to the hospital can be found here.

When the group meets

On the 3rd Friday of each month, 2:00-4:00pm

Date Speaker Topic
18 Jan 2019 Laura Turton Relaxation
15 Feb 2019 Mr Bickerton ENT
15 Mar 2019 Nasir Rashid Behavioural Strategies
24 May 2019 Michelle Goodlad Sleep
21 Jun 2019 Rosemary Pantling Mindfulness
19 Jul 2019 Laura Turton Hyperacusis
16 Aug 2019 Nasir Rashid Sound Therapy
19 Sept 2019 Group Members Peer Support 
22 Nov 2019 David Stockdale Tinnitus Research Update
20 Dec 2019 TBC

How to find out more

For more information please contact the Audiology department 01926 482 668 or visit our website https://www.swft.nhs.uk/our-services/adult-hospital-services/audiology-hearing

Additional information

You do not need to book your attendance in advance; it is an informal setting so feel free to bring along a family member or friend. Please feel free to come along even if you haven’t been seen on the Tinnitus Clinic previously.