The Alzheimer’s Society are looking for BSL volunteers to visit an individual who is Deaf and living with a diagnosis of dementia in the Bedminster area of Bristol. If you are interested or know someone else that may be interested, please apply here. Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries, or via […]
On Tuesday 20th Feb, not only will we have our usual CfD coffee morning running, we will also have a representative from Bristol Healthwatch come along to gather your feedback, whether good or bad, about your experiences at hospitals, dentists, GP’s etc.
Our work to deliver deaf awareness sessions to healthcare students at Bristol UWE has featured on BBC Points West.
Bristol City Council is running a free support hotline to help isolated and worried residents across the city during the Coronavirus pandemic. If you are staying at home for health reasons and need help with food supplies, medicine and other essential items, please contact the helpline on 0800 694 0184 for support. Deaf BSL users […]
MB, who is in his early fifties, started to lose his hearing a couple of years ago. He began working in construction at 18 and thinks that being in such a loud working environment, involved in demolition projects, may have had an impact on his hearing over the years. He explained there was less awareness […]
Please click here to see this information in BSL. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are working from home but we are pleased to say that our Equipment Service is still running. Our equipment team are available throughout the week and can still provide advice and support with listening aid equipment such as amplified and […]
Our biggest responsibility is to protect the health and safety of our community – both clients and staff. In order to reduce exposure to the Coronavirus we have made some changes to CfD services. We have adapted our way of working so that we can work effectively from home. We will continue to do this […]
We are supporting a campaign to ask the Prime Minister for equal access to communications regarding the Coronavirus. The campaign was originally started by Lynn Stewart-Taylor on her Twitter handle @jerseysnail. She launched the #WhereIsTheInterpreter hashtag on social media asking the Prime Minister’s office to provide a BSL English Interpreter live at televised national addresses […]