Cambridgeshire Deaf Association (CDA) is a Deaf-led organisation. We promote the welfare and interests of Deaf people.
We believe Deaf people should receive the same access and opportunities as hearing people. We mainly support Deaf people whose first or preferred language is British Sign Language (BSL) but also work with people with any level of deafness.
If you feel that we can be of help to you or someone you know, please contact us and we will find out information for you or, if we cannot help, we will put you in touch with someone who can.
18+ Hours per week (negotiable)
£20,198 pro-rata per annum
See our Jobs page.
Saturday 8th June, 10am till 12pm, Jack Hunt School, Ledbury Road, Peterborough, PE3 9PN. For Deaf children age 8 and above.
Also on 6th July.
Please contact Lin Hetherington for more information: email@example.com. Also see the PDDCS website.
Friday 26th - Monday 29th July, Longridge Showground, Preston, Lancashire PR3 3PQ.
The Association of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults (ATLA) is holding money to train 2 people.
ATLA has received a bequest from the estate of the Lady Lisette Lincoln of Bury St Edmunds. This is to be used for the training of Lipreading Teachers. Lady Lisette did not attend a lipreading class herself but had a friend who taught Lipreading. Seeing how much her friend had improved the lives of those attending the classes Lady Lisette left a bequest in her will. She wanted to make sure there would be a continuation of Lipreading Teachers in this area.
If you would like to train - or know anyone else who would, please pass this information on to them.
For more information please contact: ATLA Treasurer, Janet Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org; or ATLA Secretary, Mary Bayntun, email@example.com.
Are you a deaf or hard of hearing person who has at some time found employment via the Work Programme, is currently on the Work Programme, or do you know someone who is?
Telling UKCod about your experiences, good or bad, will help influence and improve how the Work Programme works in the future for you and other deaf people, so your feedback is really important.
To do this we need your help....
You can complete our Survey here.
Further details can also be found on our website.
A free and confidential service available to Deaf people who are profoundly deaf or who have been to audiology. To receive more information about the advocacy service, or to request an advocate, please contact us on: 07909 093672.
A brilliant and inspiring film about a positive Deaf role model by the great Ted Evans!
A must for any Deaf young person, or anyone who feels negative, or has no hope for the future.