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26 AprAction for Deafness

Celebrating Deaf Awareness Week 2017

Action for Deafness

 

Monday 15th May
  • Horsham Celebration to include presence in Town Centre and official opening of AFD new base in Horsham
Tuesday 16th May
  • Heathfield Celebration – official launch of AFD new base in Heathfield
  • AFD to participate in Haywards Heath Dementia Day to mark Dementia Awareness Week and Deaf Awareness Week
Wednesday 17th
  • Celebration event at AFD Head Office in Haywards Heath with social activities for service users
Thursday 18th May
  • Raising Deaf Awareness amongst care Providers – A training event for County Council staff run by AFD in Selsey
Friday 19th May
  • Bognor Regis Celebration – Raising Awareness at Age UK premises and Town Centre presence (AFD’s Bognor base opened in March)
 
  • DAW week will be celebrated throughout the week at both main Resource Centres – Haywards Heath and Worthing

26 AprVictoria Hospital, Fife

Deaf Awareness Week Event – Reception Area, Victoria Hospital

Monday 15 May 2017

NHS Fife, Deaf Communication Service and Justsign Ltd will be running stalls in the Reception Area of Victoria Hospital for patients, carers and member of staff as part of Deaf Awareness Week. For more information click on poster below or contact the Equality and Human Rights Department on 01592 729130 ext 29130 or via email at fife-uhb.equalityandhumanrights@nhs.net

Event Details

Victoria Hospital
Victoria Hospital
Hayfield Road
Kirkcaldy
KY2 5AH

Date:15 May 2017
Time: 10:00
Duration: 4 hours

26 AprEssex County Fire and Rescue Service

Deaf Awareness Week Videos for 2017

These are the videos we have created and shared as part Deaf Awareness Week

The Service is using Deaf Awareness week as a springboard to develop closer links with the Deaf Community in Essex and will build on messages issued throughout the week to develop safety advice aimed specifically at this Community.

Paul Pemberton, currently working in Community Safety, said: “I have been working with Southend Deaf Club and learning British Sign Language for a number of years and now I plan on using what I have learned to help deliver important safety messages to the Deaf Community across Essex.

Over the course of Deaf Awareness Week ECFRS will also be sharing sign language videos specially tailored safety advice on our Twittter and Facebook feeds

Deaf people can arrange a free home fire safety visit by filling in the form on our website here.

View videos here