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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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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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YBB-HIRB Jul 10
Sports Leadership Level 1 Day 1 going swimmingly. Groups are currently planning activity sessions to deliver tomorrow.
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Game On Wales Jul 5
Major new initiative launched by thanks to the support of The Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust. Underway next week
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Cwm Taf UHB Jul 4
Sensations Hard of Hearing Merthyr is for those with hearing loss, run by people with hearing loss. The group meets on the second Monday of each month 11am-12.30pm in Room 24, Keir Hardie Health Park. Find out more on their Facebook page:
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Taking Flight Jun 26
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Welsh Ambulance Jul 2
If you're near Cwmbran today then pop in, say hello to our team and learn some basic CPR skills in 70 seconds
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Wales Council For Deaf People Jun 29
WCDP & Training day! find out more here
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YBB-HIRB Jun 14
Excited to soon be hosting the first of its kind: Sports leadership qualification (Level 1) . Organised specifically for hearing Impaired 12yrs+. Thank you so much for this opportunity and we can't wait!
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Wales Council For Deaf People Jun 7
Open day! - New Pontypridd Support Group. Click the link below for more info. 💬☕️🗨️ 
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Wales Council For Deaf People Jun 5
2 Weeks Left! triple donations. click here for more info 🛒
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PECI Team May 17
Did you know that if you're or you can contcat 999 in an emergency by text? Its free and easy to use, just text the word 'register' to 999 to register your details
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GetTheChance May 16
A fascinating insight into accessing gigs with dual sensory loss, thanks for sharing Martin!
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PECI Team May 16
This week is , here we've been working hard to make all our services accessible for peoe who are including teaching over 100 staff level 1 British Sign Language
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Wales Council For Deaf People May 3
NEW Pontypridd Support Group
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Wales Council For Deaf People May 2
Are you paying too much Council tax?
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