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Wales Council For Deaf People
The only truly Welsh National Deaf organisation in Wales! We deliver effective support, advice and advocacy across Wales to anyone with hearing loss.
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PECI Team Feb 13
Everyone can join in with , just take a selfie with a Defib & send it to us with its location. You could win a prize!
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Ceri Harris BEM Feb 6
International Women's day 8th March & Nantgarw. Open to all, free parking, local transport links, BSL Interpreters available & lunch will be provided. Please book your space
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Colette Bunker Feb 5
Day Two of and I spent mine in delivering training to increase skills in facilitating much needed tinnitus support groups across Wales. All part of our funded project!
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Wales Council For Deaf People Jan 30
103 Days to go.. Not that we're counting or anything..
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Wales Council For Deaf People Jan 29
Rate it! - a website that offers disabled and Deaf people a space to share their views, knowledge and reviews of specialist and mainstream products. Find out more here (BSL video available on page)
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Wales Council For Deaf People Jan 17
📣 Exciting News! Level 1 & 2 Courses starting May 13th 2019 in . See here for more info
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EHRC Wales Jan 17
Rydym am archwilio’r rhwystrau a’r atebion i gyfranogiad gwleidyddol pobl anabl. I gofrestru, cysylltwch info@disabilitywales.org.
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EHRC Wales Jan 17
We want to explore the barriers and solutions to disabled people’s political participation. Contact Info@disabilitywales.org to sign up.
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Julie Ann Richards Jan 2
Share your views in a quick survivors survey Violence against women and disability in Wales
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Wales Council For Deaf People Dec 21
⚠️Our offices will be closed until 31/12/18. If you have an urgent message or emergency, please contact 07572023052 or email Mail@wcdeaf.org.uk⚠️
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Wales Council For Deaf People Dec 19
Replying to @PaulFitzpatric9
Hi Paul - do you mean lipreading classes? if so we also run those from our offices in Pontypridd if you would like more information?
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Wales Council For Deaf People Dec 19
Completed level 1 and hoping to move on to level 2?
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Wales Council For Deaf People Dec 14
Christmas jumper day.......Merry Christmas everyone!!! 🎅🎄🎁🎄🎅
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British Deaf Assoc Dec 9
Do your children want a letter from Santa himself? Let our elves know! Leave your email at to receive a special message in BSL from Santa himself!
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Llywodraeth Cymru Dec 3
Heddiw bydd Llywodraeth Cymru’n fôr o borffor i gydnabod Diwrnod Rhyngwladol Pobl Anabl y Cenhedloedd Unedig 2018. Byddwn yn goleuo adeilad Parc Cathays ochr yn ochr â llawer o sefydliadau eraill sy’n goleuo adeiladau a thirnodau eiconig ym mhedwar ban byd.
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Welsh Government Dec 3
Today Welsh Government is going purple to recognise UN International Day of Disabled People 2018. We will be lighting up our Cathays Park building, along with many other organisations that are lighting up buildings and iconic landmarks around the world.
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Macular Wales Nov 28
SENSORY LOSS AWARENESS month working alongside raising awareness today at Bronglais Hospital Aberystwyth. Come and say hi.
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Hub Cymru Africa Nov 27
How are and in linked? Join us on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities with at on 3 December with
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England Deaf Rugby Union (EDRU) Nov 22
Our close rivals are trying hard to identify and grow a deaf women's side. If you know of anyone who may qualify, work with both countries to continue the growth of
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Action on Hearing Loss Cymru Nov 22
At yesterday's Cross Party Group on Deaf Issues, Chaired by we talked access to health, social services, interpreter registration and more. After a long period of acting as group Secretariat we're stepping down; big thanks to our colleagues at who'll take over
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