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Tel/Minicom: 01603 404440
Fax: 01603 404433
Email: nda@norfolkdeaf.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

Welcome to the Norfolk Deaf Association
 

 

Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA) is dedicated to improving the lives of young people and adults with all degrees of hearing loss. This is achieved by providing hearing aid maintenance, advice on assistive listening devices and communication methods, and support and information on hearing loss and other related conditions.

 

The services we currently provide are: 

 

 

Important Notice About NNUH Hearing and Battery Issue

Please Note:

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (which includes Cromer) have changed the way they issue batteries meaning that you no longer obtain them from GP surgeries and health centres. You can either obtain them from the NNUH directly or from one of the Norfolk Deaf Association's community clinics or mobile clinic.

If you have one, please bring your NNUH hearing aid card with you when you visit our clinics. 

 

 

New hearing aid user support service

We now also have a hearing aid user support group aimed at new hearing aid wearers and those wishing to get more from wearing hearing aids. Click here to find out  more. 

 

  

 

  
An opportunity to support the deaf and hard of hearing in Norfolk
 

You can help us by Volunteering
We need volunteers to help us run our many services so if you think you have got what it takes to be a Volunteer and to help Deaf and hard-of-hearing people why not visit our Volunteering page?

 

You can help us by becoming a Friend or by leaving a legacy
We are a Charity and you will see that we try to do a lot for people with hearing problems.  But this takes money and every contribution we receive helps us to do more. To find out how you can support us visit our Supporting Us page. 

 

  

 

 

Big Lottery Funding Evaluation

 

During the last couple of months, an independent evaluator has been talking to some of our volunteers and service users to find out their views on our Hearing Support Service (HSS). The HSS is responsible for delivering the mobile hearing aid clinic and our community clinics held in health centres (see our clinic timetables for details).  We are grateful to everyone who particpated and helped us prepare this important report which will be used as part of our upcoming funding applications.  Please feel free to download, by clicking the image, and read the report.

 

 

The NDA Volunteer Appeal

We are constantly on the look out for new volunteers to join our dedicated army of volunteers, many who have been with us for years,  help us to deliver an icreasing workload. Our essential services include hearing support clinics, assistive listening clinics and befriending. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with the NDA and helping us witrh this rewarding work, please email Pam Spicer (hearingsupport@norfolkdeaf.org.uk) or phone 01603 404 440 for more information and an application form. Why not browse our website while you are here and visit our Volunteering pages to see what appeals to your interest.

  

Small acts of kindness that mean so much!

 

Latest NDA Newsletter
 
New timetables available - Monday, January 4, 2016

New timetables for the Mobile and Community Hearing Aid Support Clinics are now available. The timetables cover the period from January to June 2016. 

 read more ...
NDA Newsletter Issue10 - Monday, January 4, 2016

NDA Newsletter Issue 8

 

Issue 11 of the NDA News is now available for download. Read all of the latest news about the Norfolk Deaf Association and find up to date timetables on the back. 

Click on "NDA News"  to download your copy.

 

Previous editions of NDA News and Reviews are available here