Bernie Prizeman has now joined Reading Deaf Centre as the information officer. This means the office is now open additionally on Thursdays and Fridays.
Bernie can be contacted tel/minicom 0118 959 4969 or email email@example.com
We’ve had 2 successful information sessions recently!
In June, we welcomed The Watermill Theatre who talked about BSL integrated performances at the theatre in Newbury. Different to interpreted performances where the interpreter stands at the side of the stage, the interpreters are actually on the stage, in character and costume! If you would like more information on this, please contact us! We are hoping to run the session again in the evening sometime in October, so keep an eye out!
In July, Community Alcohol Partnerships gave us a very interesting talk about alcohol awareness. Did you know the guidelines have recently changed – men and women should not regularly drink more than 14 units a week. If you want more information on how many units are in your drinks, please contact us. We are also hoping to run this session on evening, so keep a look out on the website and our Facebook page.
Reading Deaf Centre – Tuesday 2nd May 10am-12pm
It’s Deaf Awareness Week 15-21 May!
In the lead up to Deaf Awareness Week we are having a free Deaf Awareness Training Session on:
Tuesday 2nd May 10am-12pm.
We will cover topics such as Deaf culture, Deaf equipment, British Sign Language and communicating effectively with the Deaf community.
The session will be at Reading Deaf Centre 131-133 Cardiff Road, Reading, RG1 8JF
Everyone is welcome to come along, and please do share with friends and colleagues!
To book a free place, or for more information please contact our Information Officer, Beth Poole on firstname.lastname@example.org
We had a really successful information session on Tuesday 28th March – thank you so much to Baldeesh from Heart UK for coming to speak to us about Cholesterol and Healthy Eating, and to the 23 people who came along!
Our next session is on Tuesday 11th April at 11am – Co-op Estate Planning will be talking about money and planning money when you are older.
We can confirm an information session at Reading Deaf Centre on 14th February 2017! Thames Valley Police will be coming to talk about internet safety.