Supporting Deaf people and those with acquired hearing difficulties to live independent lives

Deaf Support at The Deaf Centre

WNDA Deaf Community Support Service provides support for Deaf people and BSL users in West Norfolk.

This service provides help & guidance in life areas such as:

  • Booking interpreter services

  • Understanding correspondence

  • Work & employment concerns

  • Help with living independently

  • And much more...

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Deaf Community Support is available by appointment only, either face-to-face or via email

Learn BSL with WNDA - Courses starting October 2022 - Limited spaces so book your place now!

Available by booked appointment only

Social Groups for BSL Users

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Deaf Support also provides companionship through the Deaf Coffee Morning Group, which meets weekly every Tuesday between 10am - 12:30pm at The Deaf Centre.

A friendly, social group specifically for BSL users, with a jam-packed schedule of fun activities & refreshments, come along to meet with friends in a welcoming, inclusive space.

Follow our Facebook page for live updates on upcoming activities, as well as useful information to help you live your best independent life

  • Facebook Page for Deaf Coffee Morning Group
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If you're not sure whether we can help you or not, please get in touch anyway. Even if we can't help you ourselves, we have lots of contacts and resources to be able to point you in the right direction to help

Useful Information for the Deaf Community

New project for Women

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Introducing a brand new, free project specifically designed for Deaf women or those who wear hearing technologies.

Gain new skills, enhance your confidence, become more employable, and much more!

Find out more on the link below, or follow our Facebook page

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As of 30th June 2022 Deaf Connexions will no longer be providing BSL interpreter services. Instead any interpreter services will need to be booked via the following organisations:

Language Empire - GP, Dentist or Optician appointments

Intran - Hospital & health services, Mental health services, County Council & social care, Borough & District councils

You are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions or are unsure of anything

DEAF Connexions BSL interpreter services are closing