Deutscher Schwerhörigenbund e.V. (DSB) (German Association for the Hearing Impaired)
One of the large disability self-help organisations in the Federal Republic of Germany and one of the oldest.
The first local association was founded in 1901 by Baroness Margarethe von Witzleben in Berlin.
As a self-help organisation working nationwide, the DSB represents the interests of hearing-impaired and deaf people in social, medical, technical and legal matters.
Advice centre for hearing-impaired children and adolescents
Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district office
The advice centre is responsible for all districts. Early detection of impaired hearing and speech development problems.
Early support – medical, social, psychological, educational, speech therapy. Advice and support for parents throughout development from age 1 – 18 years.
Specialist medical reports and endorsements by appointment.
Advice and diagnosis without referral and without health insurance chip card. Not responsible for seniors.