[updated 09/01/19 Photo Credit Artem Bali at Unsplash] Find people with tinnitus-hyperacusis from normal hearing, Hearing Loss, and Deaf communities. T-H are from hyperactive hearing systems. T = extra sound. H = extra loud sound. Hyper ears come in all ages and genders. These international tinnitus hyperacusis resources have helpful info in various languages. I don’t recommend or endorse resources. This is just an info share on some resources and peer support options.
American Tinnitus Association ATA Research Program: Roadmap to a Cure
Tinnitus Care Decision Aid, British Tinnitus Association
Clinical Practice Guidelines for General Practitioners (2017, Feb) – British Tinnitus Association
Clinical Practice Guidelines: Tinnitus (2014) – American Academy of Otolaryngology
Free Progressive Tinnitus Management Workbook pdf via ata.org
Hearing, tinnitus, and hyperacusis in the arts pdf Dr. David Baguley, British Tinnitus Association president, wrote this excellent article on how hearing, tinnitus, and hyperacusis are represented in movies, literature, film, and art. (Originally published in ENT and Audiology news/JULY/AUGUST 2018/Vol 27 No 3.)
Hyperacusis and/or Tinnitus Support Groups (search by different countries)
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Brochure pdf (Speech-Language Audiology Canada)
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Jan L. MayesMSc, Aud(C), RAud
Author, audiologist, educator, quiet activist, playing with words.