Support, social, welfare services & facilities provided for
Deaf, deafblind, deafened and hard of hearing people
Across Sussex. 																																		Established 1912
																																																		Registered Charity 1166507

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Our Services.
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Clubs.
Donate.
Gallery/Announcements/Meetings.
Media/Cinema/Theatre Info.
Contact Us.
Courses

BASIC BSL
interested in learning and joining our very
successful Basic Sign Language Courses

Next course date available early 2018 watch this space or register your interest.

If you wish to be placed on the waiting list for the next course, please email training@sussexdeaf.com

Deaf Awareness & Communication Tactics Training

 

For over 15 years we continually run our successful Deaf Awareness & Communication Tactics Training.  We are approved trainers for local organisations and schools across Sussex.  If you would like to book a session tailored to your needs, Please contact the Head Office in Brighton.  For more information about this course you can download our Training Course Leaflet here.

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Gives a greater understanding of the communication difficulties experienced by deaf people. Exercises were very good in appreciating the importance of lip-reading & signing for communication.”

“Very interesting and has raised my awareness of problems faced by the Deaf Community and how to provide a better service in my front line job.”

 

“Brilliant teacher, patient and helpful, great course to begin with.”

“Brilliant Course, I would like to gain an award in learning more BSL”

“The whole training session was full of information and knowledge, having a deaf person as the trainer highlighted some of the difficulties in communicating with deaf people, it also was good to learn about difficulties and situations that deaf people encounter every day. “