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CI-Associations and Advice
BBCIG e.V. Berlin-Brandenburgische Cochlear Implant Association
Non-profit association of adult CI users and parents of hearing impaired children using a CI.
Sponsoring organization of the Cochlear Implant Centrum Berlin-Brandenburg.
ACIR Working Group
Cochlear Implant (Re)Habilitation e.V.
It includes the heads of therapy of the leading rehabilitation centres for children, adolescents and adults from Germany who use cochlear implants.
The working group maintains close ties to the related sciences of pedagogy, medicine, audiology and psychology in order to keep up to date with the latest developments.
The regular meetings of the working group’s members are also used for professional exchange of experiences and detailed discussion of current questions relating to the postoperative treatment and social participation, as well as educational and professional integration of patients fitted with CI.
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.
More CI Information
Schnecke – Life with CI & hearing aids. Schnecke (German for cochlea) is an independent specialist magazine for the subjects of cochlear implant, impaired hearing, deafness, tinnitus, hearing aids and hearing aids and hearing equipment in German-speaking Europe.