Our expert says:
Sadly, gift, we have far too few support groups of all sorts in this region, and none that I know of for such specific conditions. You don't mention your mom's age. It is recognized that deaf people may develop a sense of "hearing" voices, which may not be sinister ; or an older person may become confused in an infection, eg, or may develop mild dementia and other conditions affecting their brain function, and because they are not able to hear normal sounds and voices, able to compete with any false or imagined voices, in a sense, and thus could find it harder to check these against reality.
As for support, I'd suggest (a) talk to the doctor at the clinic and find out what diagnosis they made and what the pills were, so you'll know better what we're dealing with here ; and (b) contact the national organization for the Deaf, DEAFSA, c/o 011-482-1610, or 011-838-6835, and they should know of which of the other deafness support and assistance groups are available nearest to your mother.
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