Read the latest news from RNID and stories from deaf people and those with hearing loss or tinnitus.
"You shouldn't have to pay extra for something that you should be entitled to or the NHS." Claire shares her story of accessing ear wax removal services.
Max is running the London Marathon 2024 to raise funds for RNID - not just to support the charity, but to benefit his mental health and management of tinnitus.
10 Downing Street pledges to ensure that future major press conferences from the Prime Minister include an in-person British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation.
TV personality Jamie Laing opens up about his journey with tinnitus - and why he’s keen to support RNID this Tinnitus Week.
Dr Ralph Holme and Ellie Weston, our Research Grants Manager, will be attending the 2024 MidWinter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO).
Harriet became RNID's new Chief Executive on 1 February. She tells us about her background, why she's excited to step into the position and the biggest opportunities she sees ahead for RNID.
Susan’s world has shrunk. She has no choice but to withdraw, due to the ear wax build up causing increased hearing loss. This is her story.
Take part in the biggest survey we’ve ever run to understand public attitudes towards deaf people and people with hearing loss.
A new report from RNID has exposed the postcode lottery of NHS ear wax removal services in England. Our new research revealed that less than half of Integrated Care Boards (ICB), the commissioners of most NHS services, are providing wax removal services in line with public health guidelines. Some parts of England don’t commission the service at all, leaving 9.8 million people totally without access on the NHS if they need it. We’re demanding for change in our ear wax removal...
Helen became desperate to get her hearing back and, with no NHS earwax removal service in her area, had to pay for private removal.