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

Hearing Support - Image of hearing aids being fitted

Our hearing support services are available across our sites in Kings Lynn and Downham Market, as well as within the community, at care homes and GP surgeries. And with services ranging from hearing aid maintenance to ear wax removal, specialist referrals to social groups and everything in between... We are here to support you

Image to show social groups and activities at WNDA - Room decorated for King Charles's jubilee, with WNDA service users enjoying a tea dance and refreshments

Living with hearing loss can be isolating, and can have an impact on a persons emotional and physical wellbeing. At WNDA we provide a varied range of inclusive social groups and activities that aim to give people the opportunity to engage with others who are also facing similar issues

Image illustrating services available to young people in the Deaf community - Young girl completing an obstacle course in the woods, supported by a WNDA volunteer

We are mindful that young people with hearing loss and their families face many challenges, and can often feel isolated. Our services provide activities, days out, and support to young people and their families. All services are fully accessible, so young people and their families can meet and get support in the best possible environment

Learn BSL with WNDA - Courses now on - Limited spaces so book your place now!

Our advocacy services support Deaf people to get full access to information & services, help them to know their rights, and be able to make their own decisions. Our BSL trained advocate can support you with a range of topics, such as work & employment, independent living and much more

Image depicting Deaf support services at WNDA - Long-time service user, Deaf advocate and young trustee Oli conversing in BSL
Deaf Awareness Training - CITB

Being Deaf aware is the best way our society can ensure those with hearing loss can achieve their best potential. At WNDA we can help you, your organisation, school or group be more Deaf aware and accessible as possible to those with hearing loss. Courses range from informal training to Nationally recognised qualifications

We have a number of rooms available to hire at our Deaf Centre in the centre of Kings Lynn. All rooms are fully accessible, furnished, have internet access, and specialised hearing systems to ensure the best sound quality for all users. Our central location and first-class facilities ensure your time with us is as positive as possible

Image showing conference room at WNDA deaf centre which is available to hire
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