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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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Colette Bunker Nov 15
Heading home after meeting the lovely tinnitus and hard of hearing group. Extra good news: the dates are now set for facilitation training to help start more groups like these across West and North Wales thanks to funding from !! 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🀞
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PECI Team Nov 9
Did you know you can contact by text message in an emergency if you're deaf or hard of hearing? To register just text 'register' to 999
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PrincessRoyal Oct 24
Join us for our performance of ALADDIN Family Pantomime at PORT TALBOT - Thursday 6th December at 6.30pm For more info or to book tickets πŸ‘‰ πŸ§žβ€β™‚οΈπŸ§žβ€β™€οΈ
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Wales Council For Deaf People Oct 23
performance of pantomime in November! For More details visit &
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Colette Bunker Oct 17
Great meeting this morning with Lucy to discuss developing more support across West & North Wales with our funding. Very excited to put our plans into action! 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
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Colette Bunker Oct 16
Had a very warm welcome from the hard of hearing & group this afternoon. Great discussion around myth-busting and what can genuinely help people with T. Glad to have missed storm Callum. Current weather... atmospheric ☁️
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NPTCVS Oct 16
Neath Cluster is hosting a Health and Wellbeing Day today from 1.30pm to 6.30pm at the Castle Hotel, Neath. If you're a patient of one of the practices listed, pop along to find out information on local services and try out some free activities.
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Take Charge Oct 15
Another excellent Workplace Hazard Awareness training session on Friday. Well done everyone - you did a great job! Also very impressed with 's facilities, we'll definitely be back!
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Wales Council For Deaf People Oct 15
Great to hear all went well, and thank you for the kind words! πŸ™‚
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British Tinnitus Oct 4
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Wales Council For Deaf People Sep 28
Hi Jonny, the signed performances will be available on the 17/10 & 20/10 from Gaye Hampton πŸ™‚
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Illumine Theatre Sep 28
So important. We've captioned every show we're doing and have a show on October 12 if you'd like to come? It stars the amazing D/deaf actress too!
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Wales Council For Deaf People Sep 27
signed performance in in October!
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Wales Council For Deaf People Sep 26
interested in learning ?
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Information Line Sep 17
Come along to Support Group tomorrow from 1:30-3pm at Alec Jones Day Centre, , CF39 9NR For more information please contact Lucy on lucy@wcdeaf.org.uk
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British Tinnitus Jul 30
"We are delighted that there are 3 hard of hearing groups who are now confident to facilitate people with . They’ll be added to our directory very soon, watch this space!" Colette said following her visit to Wales Council for for Deaf People last week
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Colette Bunker Jul 25
Had a fantastic morning delivering facilitation training at . We now have three support groups in to and add to our group directory as they are confident to facilitate tinnitus sessions now too. I'll look forward to working with them! 🀝
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 24
More than 1 billion people around the world need assistive technology. Wheelchairs, hearing aids, glasses and other products enable people to live healthy, productive, independent and dignified lives. Today is the global for
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Game On Wales Jul 11
Replying to @YBB_HI @BaeBaglan and 6 others
Credit to participants, schools, teachers and support staff. Superb enthusiasm and cracking spirit. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Bowled over by the wonderful welcome and facilities . A learning curve for us, so thanks for being the first cohort. First of many
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YBB-HIRB Jul 11
Replying to @WCDeaf
a great opportunity for deaf young people! thank you very much from us all!
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