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dDeaflinks Staffordshire is a non-statutory Registered Charity offering services to dDeaf people throughout Staffordshire. dDeaflinks offers information and advice on a wide range of issues, we also provide training courses (many are free), Keep fit classes social groups and religious services.
dDeaflinks Staffordshire is committed to actively supporting the equal opportunities of all dDeaf people in employment, training, services, information and education. Our project work creates opportunities for volunteers, including dDeaf and hard of hearing people. This might be of particular interest to those who are registered as unemployed wishing to develop their skills, as many training programmes are available.
dDeaflinks has received a Certificate of Recognition from Keele University for the continued support we offer to the medical students studying at the university.
All BSL Classes avilable at dDeaflinks Centre or at your premises.
Rachel Shenton, actress and volunteer of dDeaflinks, is still passionate about local Deaf issues despite her international success. Rachel was recently interviewed by SL First magazine and also by Radio Stoke when she spoke in praise of dDeaflinks.
Click here to view Rachel's interview in SL first magazine.
Click here to listen to Rachel being interviewed by Radio Stoke
We are re-naming our general room as the Helen Simpson room in honour of the person who left our Charity a substantial legacy. This enables the Charity to continue to offer much needed support and services.
Thursday 16th October, Chester Deaf club is visiting our regular Thursday Deaf group. Click here for more information about our Thursday Group.
Christmas Sing & Sign at Morrison’s, Hanley on afternoon of Tuesday 23rd December.