If you are registered deaf or are a hearing aid user you qualify for a disabled persons railcard
Tinnitus Hearing Aids
If you experience both hearing loss and tinnitus (even if you have a mild hearing loss) a hearing aid can be beneficial to help both. A hearing aid brings new sounds into your ear that you could not hear before. This makes hearing your tinnitus much more difficult over more distracting and helpful sounds. Hearing better means you will be straining to hear less, reducing stress, and in a knock on effect reducing the level of your tinnitus.
In addition to every hearing aid providing help. Some hearing aids are also designed with distinctive tinnitus features. This can involve a specific tinnitus function or program that works similar to a noise generator. Such tinnitus hearing aids are normally programmed as part of a tinnitus management plan with a tinnitus advisor who is also an experienced audiologist.
Below we show all hearing aids that have tinnitus features and programs on them.