To achieve its objectives, the Norfolk Deaf Association currently provide our services.
We have a small number of paid staff who work in our office in Norwich but almost the whole of our services are provided by a dedicated band of Volunteers.
The NDA has been working with volunteers since the formation of the Norfolk Hearing Support Service (NHSS) in 1991. Many of our volunteers are hearing aid users themselves so they are in an excellent position to help new hearing aid users obtain the most benefit from their aids. Volunteers can have a number of roles:
- Helping with the Hearing Support Service
- Helping In our Assistive Listening Devices Clinic
- As a Befriender
- By supporting the Friends of the NDA with fundraising events
- Helping out in the office
Please let us know if you have technical or administrative skills
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.