· Improve the quality of life and equality of access and opportunity D/deaf people and people with sensory loss
· Promoting a world where sensory loss does not limit, preclude or stigmatise people from achieving their full potential
Our services include:
Communication Support Services
We provide a range of communication support services including British Sign Language Interpreters, Lip speakers, note takers, and palyntypist’s. This support enables equal access to education, training and employment. These services can be provided both face to face or remotely via a digital platform through our DAISY (Digital Access Interpreting SYstem) Service.
Community Access Services
Our Community Access Support Services includes a range of projects:
- Advice and Advocacy Service,
- Deaf Access Project,
- Community Voice (Anglesey),
- Accessible Health Liaison Service and
- our Digital Media BSL Video Clip Service.
These services ensure that people with a sensory loss are able to access the service they need in their preferred language. Whether the service is delivered online, remotely or face to face, we can assist members of the community with a wide range of issues, from making a GP appointment to carrying out benefit checks. We can provide support to service providers ensuring they are able to meet their responsibilities under the Social Services and Wellbeing Act.
Community Resource and Rehabilitation Service
Assistive technologies can enable people to remain living as independently as possible in their own homes.
The Resource and Rehabilitation Service carries out needs assessments and facilitates equipment provision (either statutory or self funded), and providing follow up visits to ensure the equipment is satisfactory and being utilised to its full potential.