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What's On

What's available for deaf people in Staffordshire?

Deaf Coffee Mornings

Held on the first Friday of every month.

When: 10am - 12 noon
Where: The Rising Brook Baptist Church, Burton Square, Stafford, ST17 9LT

The coffee morning is run by deaf people for deaf people.

The group meet to socialise and guest speakers are invited to discuss current issues such as fire safety or health matters.

If you would like to be a guest speaker, please email the coffee morning directly on stafforddeafcoffeemorning@yahoo.co.uk

HA4U - Hearing Advice for You

Advice, information and support group for people in the Stafford area held on the 1st Tuesday of every Month.

When: 10:00am - 12 noon
Where: The Rising Brook Baptist Church, Burton Square, Stafford, ST17 9LT

The group have guest speakers to provide information to everyone as well as provide communication support to the group in the form of electronic notetakers and a loop System.

Each session is £2 to attend with all money going to the running of the group. There is also an option to join the group as a member.

DEAFvibe

This is held on the second Saturday of every month in Newcastle-under-Lyme. There are two sessions, one for British Sign Language users, and another for people who are hard of hearing.

The cafe is for informal chats, information, news, health, equipment, advice, support and activities. 

You can visit their website or contact DEAFvibe on:

Mobile/text: 07923 489800
Email: info@deafvibe.co.uk

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