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Contact UsOxfordshire County Council
Hearing Impairment Team
We can advise and support people of all ages with hearing problems on a range of issues including:
* equipment assessment to improve your access to TV, doorbell, telephone etc
* advice on deaf issues such as equal access to services
* support and equipment for deaf children and their families
* information on all aspects of hearing loss including deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, dual sensory loss and mental
health needs related to deafness.
Telephone: 01865 894925
Fax: 01865 783156
Textphone: 030 300 30 555
SMS: 07713 329 501
Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Audiology Department
In the treatment of disease of the ear and the management of deafness, the Audiology Service provides the essential
assessment and measurement of hearing defects and the provision of hearing aids for patients.
The John Radcliffe surgery serves all of Oxfordshire, Mid Buckinghamshire and adjacent areas of Berkshire,
Bedfordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and West Hertfordshire.
Audiology is based on LG1 of the new West Wing of the John Radcliffe.
Outpatient appointments: 01865 231072 or 01865 231074
Deaf Direct Oxford- The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre
The Centre is situated in the heart of Oxford.
We can put you in contact with work, health, education and social service professionals.
We can also let you know about current lip-reading and sign language classes.
Oxford Deaf Sports & Social Club
Oxford & District Hard of Hearing Club
Oxfordshire Deaf Children's Society
Oxford Diocesan Council for the Deaf
Regular church services are held in the Deaf Centre's own Chapel.
Friends of the Young Deaf
Students of Sign
St. Ebbe's, Oxford, OX1 1RL
Tel 01905 746301
SMS 07725 244129
Oxfordshire County Council
Oxfordshire's libraries have many ways to guide you to information about hearing loss, from books and leaflets to details
of societies and classes. We can also help you to use fast, free computers to find out information online.
Simply visit any of our 43 libraries www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/libraries or get in touch with our main information service
at Oxford Central Library.
Search the Library Catalogue and reserve items online at www.libcat.oxfordshire.gov.uk.
Telephone: 01865 810240 (Library Operations Unit)
For enquiries about other Oxfordshire County Council Services,
Social and Health Care Team
Telephone: 0845 050 7666
Out of hours
Emergency Duty: Freephone 0800 833408