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Chapter 8: Useful organisations and websites

& sources of helpful advice

This page has organisations beginning with C and D

To see the other pages click on the relevant link in the left hand column

 

Connevans

Connevans is a family-run business which supplies a variety of equipment for deaf people including equipment to help with the telephone, watching TV, in meetings, etc.

Contact details:
Connevans Limited
Bridge House,
1 Nutfield Road,
Merstham,
Surrey
RH1 3EB

Telephone Customer Services: 01737 247571
Text/Minicom: 01737 644016
Fax: 01737 223475

Email: info@connevans.com
Information website: http://www.connevans.co.uk/page/index
Commercial website: (to order products) http://www.deafequipment.co.uk/

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Cued Speech Association UK

The Cued Speech Association UK is a charity which was established to promote, maintain and advance education in Cued Speech in the United Kingdom for use with and among deaf and hearing-impaired children and adults.

Contact details:

Mail:
Cued Speech Association UK
The Forces
Forces Cross
Blackawton
Devon
TQ9 7DJ

Voice and Textphone: 01803 712853  Monday to Thursday between 9am and 5pm

Email: info@cuedspeech.co.uk

Website: www.cuedspeech.co.uk/

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Deaf Broadcasting Council (DBC)

The Deaf Broadcasting Council is a consumer organisation representing deaf, deafened and hard of hearing television viewers.  They monitor deaf people’s access to television, video and DVD.

Contact details:

Email: pennybes@aol.com
Website: http://www.deafcouncil.org.uk/dbc/

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Deafblind UK

 

Deafblind UK offers support and specialist services to people who are deafblind or living with a combined loss of sight and hearing, enabling them to lead as fulfilled and independent lives as possible.

Their services include:

    • A network of regional staff and volunteers
    • A range of publications in different reading formats
    • A free 24-hour Helpline, fully accessible to those with sight and hearing loss
    • Training in communication and rehabilitation skills for daily life
    • A varied programme of leisure and social breaks
    • Specially adapted equipment to assist with daily life

Contact details:

Deafblind UK
National Centre for Deafblindness
John and Lucille van Geest Place
Cygnet Road
Hampton
Peterborough
PE7 8FD

Tel:  01733-358100 (voice/text)
Fax:  01733-358356

Email: info@deafblind.org.uk
Website: www.deafblind.org.uk

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deafPLUS

deafPLUS is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee working to encourage integration and equality between deaf and hearing people in all areas of life.

Their mission is to work with people who are deaf, focusing on the person first, rather than their level of deafness and to enable a better quality of life to be fulfilled.

deafPLUS aims to:

  • promote and maintain positive and inclusive role models between deaf and hearing people within deafPLUS
  • train and support deaf and hearing people outside deafPLUS in achieving equal status and recognition

Contact details:

deafPlus
Trinity Centre
Key Close
Whitechapel
London E1 4HG

Tel: 020 7790 6147

Email: via online form: http://www.deafplus.org/contact-us/
Website: www.deafplus.org

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Deafness Research UK (Now merged with Action on Hearng Loss)


Deafness Research UK was a medical charity for deaf and hard of hearing people.

It has now merged with Action on Hearing Loss.

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