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Sensory Loss/ Autism Survey

Lara Gregorians, an MSc student at UCL is conducting research into how people with Sensory loss and Autism experience non-clinical, therapeutic spaces for cancer patients. The participants should be those who are adults, that identify as having Sensory Loss/ Autism The survey will be open until the end of this week, and can be accessed by clicking here

British Tinnitus Association | Training Day | WCDP

Training Day at Wales Council for Deaf People Glenview House, Courthouse Street, Pontypridd, CF37 1JY Date: Wednesday 25th July 2018 Session 1: 10am – 1pm or Session 2: 2pm – 5pm Free lunch and transport provided & all are welcome to attend Topics will include the British Tinnitus Association, basics of Tinnitus and support available for more information about the training day and to book a place, os gwelwch yn dda […]

2 Weeks Left! AmazonSmile Triple Donations!

Tripled donations with every purchase, from 15 – 29 June AmazonSmile is tripling its donation rate for a limited time with every qualifying purchase. Start your shopping and support Wales Council for Deaf People by clicking here Your added contributions would ensure that we can continue to run sensory loss sessions in our sensory garden, as well as the upkeep of the garden itself. These […]

! Closed for Bank Holiday 7/5 – 9/5 !

We will be closed on the 7th and 8th of May 2018, and return to the office on Wednesday the 9th. if you require emergency interpreting services that cannot wait until the 9th of May, feel free to call/text 07572023052 or Email Rachel@wcdeaf.org.uk.   Apologies for any inconvenience caused, – WCDP

Are You Paying Too Much Council Tax?

There are many people in Wales who are not aware that they could be eligible to pay less Council Tax. From April the Welsh Government is running a campaign to ask everyone to look at the information available on this site  and to contact their local authority if they think they are eligible to pay less. Call: 0300 0604400 – if you require any assistance in […]