P292 CEEFAX 292 Tue 8 Jul 21:04/20 11/12 / / ' /*-.%*% V O GANISATIONSFORTHEDEAF INTERIM TH @TRE COMPANY Director: Terry p—ne, 67-69 Towdr Bridge Road, LondFn SE1 4TL (01) 403 2532 Aims: To dncourage participation of deaf and hearing people in drama and rdlatdd arts projects. The only company in Britain with deaf and hearing ac—ors Activities: A twice-yearly national touring progralHd, dr—l— workshops in schools, deaf clubs and arts centres, annual summer school in Lavdrpool.P292 CEEFAX 292 Tue 8 Jul 21:04/10 10'12 / / /*-.%*% O GANISATIONSFORTHEDEAF BRITISH TINNITUS ASSOCIATION Co-ordinator: Mrs Pamela Kennedy c'o RNID, 105 Gowdr Street, London WC1E 6AH (01) 386 8033 Aims: to provide support for sufferers from TINNITUS (head noises generatdd by $—l—fd to the ears). Local groups, and a newslettfr publIshed as a supplement to the RNID M—fazine "Hearing" Caters for hearing as well as deaf victhms of tinnitus.P292 CEEFAX 292 Tue 8 Jul 21:03/00 9'12 V ORGANISATIONS FOR THE DEAF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR DEAF7BLIND AND RUBELLA HANDICAPPED General Secretary: J.P.Owen, 164 Cromwell Lane, Coventry CV4 8AP Cgvdntry 462579 Aims: To provide help and ctpport do childrfn born handicapped after German measles, and to their Damilids. Residential centre in Lincs., national centrd in London, providing courses, information and shord-stay crisis accommodation. Regional groups.P292 CEEFAX 292 Tue 8 Jul 21:08/00 3'12 / ' '*-.%*% : O2GANISATIONS FOR THE DEAF THD BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF THE HABD OF HEARING Secret—ry General: C.H.Mardell, MBE, 6 Great D—lds Street, London WC1N 3DA Offers: AssAst—nce with personal probldms, and social activaties based on a network of over 200 hard-of- hearing clubs throughout the country. Dhe national body for those who have become wholly or partIally deaf in post-school life. Members have normah s—ddch and edqcation.