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National Cochlear Implant Users' Association
The NCIUA is the Association that represents all Cochlear Implant users in the United Kingdom. It is open to all implant users, their family and friends.
National Deaf Children's Society, The (NDCS)
NDCS is an organisation of parents, families and carers which exists to support parents in enabling their child to maximise their skills and abilities; and works to facilitate this process by every means possible.
NatSIP, the National Sensory Impairment Partnership is a partnership of organisations working together to improve outcomes for children and young people with sensory impairment.
NCVO (The National Council for Voluntary Organisations)
NCVO is a registered charity which gives voice and support to civil society. It believes passionately in the voluntary and community sector. This is a sector with the power to transform the lives of people and communities for the better.
Neurelec (Cochlear Implants)
Neurelec benefits from more than thirty years of experience acquired by Laboratoires MXM in the field of high-tech medical technologies. The company states that their Digisonic
Newborn Hearing Screening Programme (NHSP)
Approximately 900 babies are born every year in the UK with a permanent hearing loss. It\'s important to identify children with hearing loss as early in life as possible, and NHSP makes sure this happens for all newborn babies across the whole of England
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy UK
Over 200 children and adults receive music therapy weekly. Up to six students each year train on the Centre's two-year Training Course, leading to the Master in Music Therapy degree. There is a Library and Research facilities open professionals.
Nottingham Auditory Implant Programme
Established in 1989 with the support of The Ear Foundation, it introduced cochlear implantation for deaf children to the UK. It now has a national and international reputation for the quality of the service provided by its multi-disciplinary team.
Rotaract is worldwide organisation for 18-30ish year olds. It enables members to meet people, try new activities, and help in their local community, nationally and internationally through volunteering and fundraising.
Nottinghamshire Deaf Society
A Voluntary Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee which provides positive and empowering services and opportunities responding to the needs of the local Deaf Community.
Based in a Community Centre, their facilities are used by Deaf people of all ages