RAD strives to meet the individual needs of Deaf children and adults and deafblind people through the provision of services and the use of RAD Centres for Deaf People.
Century House South
Riverside Office Centre
North Station Road
Essex CO1 1RE
Voice Phone: 0845 688 2626
Fax: 0845 688 2628
Text Phone: 0845 688 2527
SMS/Mobile: 07738 802 694
The BDA is a democratic, membership led national charity campaigning on behalf of nearly 250,000 BSL users in the Uk. It has several service areas as well as a national helpline.
BDA Head Office
356 Holloway Road
Telephone: 0207 697 4140
SMS/Facetime: 07795 410724
Text: 0800 652 2965
Aims to achieve a better quality of life for deaf and hard of hearing people. Does this by campaigning, lobbying, raising awareness of deafness, providing services through social, medical and technical research.
19-23 Featherstone Street
London EC1Y 8SL
Information line: 0808 808 0123
SMS: 0780 0000 360
NDCS is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.
Ground Floor South
37-45 Paul Street
Freephone helpline: 0808 800 8880
The Norfolk Deaf Association was first established in 1898, now over a hundred years later we are still serving deaf and hard of hearing people throughout Norfolk. Our mission statement is;
"improving the lives and wellbeing of the Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing through information, support, awareness and communication"
120 Thorpe Rd
Telephone: 01603 404440
Fax: 01603 404433
STAGETEXT provides open captioning to give deaf and hard of hearing people access to the theatre.
The actors' words are converted into visible text which appears on a display unit installed on or near the stage. Speaker names, sound effects and offstage noises are also included.
A captioned performance is delivered by a captioner trained by STAGETEXT.
54 Commercial Street
London, E1 6LT
Telephone/ textphone: 020 7377 0540
Fax: 020 7247 5622
Providing a range of services for the Deaf Community in West Norfolk
West Norfolk Deaf Association,
Telephone: 01553 773 399
Textphone: 01553 774 766
The Norfolk Deaf History Project was set up in 2013 with the aim to research and record our local Deaf history. Focusing on four areas, education, social life, family life and work.Norfolk Deaf History
Rotary House serves a vital need in our community providing accommodation for people with hearing problems. Indeed there is no other place quite like it in the UK! The main objective is to provide a safe, secure, and happy home for those affected by deafness Where they can receive the support necessary for them to live independently.Rotary House