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.
Saturday 26th April, 10am-4.30pm. City Lit, Keeley Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 4BA. Free! Just turn up!Information
Starts Wednesday 30th April 2014, 7-9pm at CDA.
Saturday 17th May, 2.30pm. Waterstones Book Shop Cafe, 22 Sidney Street, Cambridge.
All welcome! For more information contact Anna (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Access to Work are changing the way that Deaf people get support. It is now more difficult to get the support we need and it does not meet employment needs.
Please help us challenge this - add your name to the petition now!
David Buxton states: “We are asking everyone to sign our e-petition urging the government to require all public bodies by law to provide a deaf person with a registered communication professional should they require it. If we get 10,000 signatures, the government has to respond formally. If we get 100,000 signatures, we can get a debate in the House of Commons about this."
Please sign the e-petition to get deaf people the decent communication support they need.
See updated Deaf Church page.
Demonstrations of hearing help equipment: telephones, TV amplifiers, alerts and more.
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.