Our values are:
We recognise that staff and volunteers are a fundamental resource to the organisation so we offer high quality, relevant training for our staff and volunteers.
We also recognise the value of diversity within both the service users whom we work with, and the staff and volunteers who provide the service. So, whatever your background and skills, if you think you would enjoy helping by becoming a Volunteer and think you would like to find out more, then find out more about volunteering with us.
Our key objective is:
To provide high quality information, support, awareness and communication services to young people and adults, with all degrees of hearing loss, in Norfolk.
To achieve this objective Norfolk Deaf Association currently provides the following services:
• Hearing Support Service
• Befriending Service
• Tinnitus Support Group
• Deaf Awareness Training
• Hard of Hearing Club
We can help you…and our services are free to you!
If you have a problem with your hearing, or with your hearing aid, and need help, contact us.
If you have a friend or relative who has a problem with his/her hearing or with his/her hearing aid, contact us, but bear in mind we do not do hearing tests – you will need to talk to your own doctor about arranging this.We can help you in many different ways. Take a look at the Services we offer.