West Norfolk Deaf Association (WNDA) is a local charity providing support to Deaf people and those with acquired hearing difficulties in West Norfolk.
Supporting Deaf people and those with acquired hearing difficulties to live independent lives.
Operating across our two sites as well as in the community at GP surgeries and residential homes, we provide a whole range of comprehensive services for people of all ages and all levels of hearing loss, all designed to help our community live independent, fulfilled lives.
Hearing Loss research and services are critically underfunded, and as such we rely heavily on the generosity and kindness of our supporters.
There are many ways you can help us serve our community, from fundraising activities to volunteering. All support, in any form, is always greatly appreciated and goes a long way to ensuring we can provide our invaluable services to those most in need.
STOP PRESS! We are thrilled to finally let you know about our writing competitions! We have three age catergories, a great opportunity for those with a passion for reading and intrigued about becoming a writer.
The UK's first dedicated Deaf swimming school is here! Ran by team GB member and Deaf advocate Oli Kenny, this swim school has been especially tailored to suit Deaf children of all abilities, to help them gain confidence in the water and take them to competitive levels. Spaces are limited so get in touch to book a place!