Action for Deafness have selected the websites listed in the menu on the left, as relevant and useful to many of our customers, however we do not take any responsibility for any content found on any externally linked sites.
|BSL Link for Communication||BSL Link for Communication is an interpreting agency providing professional NRCPD registered sign language interpreters in Sussex and surrounding areas.|
|The National Deaf Children's Society||The Buzz aims to reduce social isolation and improve emotional well-being by giving deaf children and young people the opportunity to meet other young people, share their lives and illustrate what they can achieve. The site, which is split into two age groups (8 to 11 year olds and 12 to 18 year olds) offers a safe online space which is moderated to protect those accessing the site. Young people can find out details of events across the UK, inspirational stories about deaf role models and important information and advice on topics such as bullying and sexual health.|
|ICIS||ICIS helps people of all ages in West Sussex find information about services offering support, care or advice. ICIS is a free and confidential service providing impartial and up-to-date information|
|HearingLink||Hearing Link is the UK hearing loss organisation that makes it easy to find the right information, services and support. It is for people with any level of hearing loss and for their families too.|
|Voice for Disability||Voice for Disability is the new trading name for West Sussex Association for Disabled people. They are a user led disability charity based in Goring by Sea, West Sussex. They offer a number of different services for disabled people and the people who support them.|
|SENSE||SENSE is the leading national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind.|
|Hearing Times||Hearing Times is the only national UK newspaper for deaf and hard of hearing people, their relatives and friends, audiologists and professionals in the hearing industry and equipment manufacturers and dispensers.|
|Cochlear Implant HELP||Cochlear Implant Help is designed to give infomation and advice to people with a Cochlear implant, no matter how far they are in the journey. From people just starting out to expereinced users. The site gives advice and support to all|
|BSL Zone||BSL Zone is the home of BSL television, it has regular programmes on film4 and The community Chanel, full listings can be found on their website www.bslzone.co.uk|
|The Pension Service - Benefit Check||A free and confidential home visiting service in East and West Sussex provided by KAREN BROWN (Pensions, Disability and Carers Service).|
|Deaf Linx||Resources for parents with deaf and hard of hearing children.|
|UK Council on Deafness||UK Council on Deafness works with and for deaf organisations in the UK by providing information, advice and support and by representing the views of the sector to government and policy makers|
|LINks||A LINk (Local Involvement Network) is a network of local people and groups. It listens to what you have to say about health and social care services in your area, and tells councils and the NHS what it has discovered. They are then legally obliged to give the LINk any information it asks for and to respond to any recommendations the LINk makes, so that services can get better.|
|Your Local Cinema||
Most cinemas are now equipped with new digital projection equipment. These digital projection systems have built-in subtitle readers.
Any cinema with 3D or digital facilities can screen most of the latest releases with subtitles, enabling people with hearing loss to enjoy the cinema. Click on the link to view a cinema offering this service in your area.
|Our Space Meeting||
The Next our Space meeting will be on
25th September 2012; 6pm - 8pm
Caroline Lucas MP, John Walker, Sarah Playforth, Simon Hesselberg, Caroline Adams, Nadia Nadarajah, Lulu Friedli, and Katie Love.
|4Sight||4SIGHT ((the West Sussex Association for the Blind). An independant charity supporting Blind and Partially Sighted People living in and visiting West Sussex.|
|The Ear Foundation||The Ear Foundation is an independent charity that helps deaf people and their families make the best use of technology to improve hearing, communication and spoken language.|
|Deafworks||Deafworks is a mature and well established Deaf-led company offering advice, training and consultancy on Deafness, and well known for its impartial support, always given with integrity.|
|Reach Out West Sussex||Reach Out is an innovative and informative website for disabled young people, their families and the community of West Sussex.|