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Update – 12 counsellors in #teamd4d.
We offer couple therapy/relationship counselling as well.
#deafmentalhealth
All sessions are taken place using Zoom as no face to face at the moment due to #COVID.
www.deaf4deaf.com
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#DeafWellbeing #wellbeingwednesday
Join? #covidsupport
Today you can join the group session.Join in our COVID support group sessions

BSL: youtu.be/v1oXYU5aL_Q

– Do you find COVID information confusing?
– Have you been affected by COVID?
– Do you struggle with communication with face masks?
– Have you have lost your job? Has COVID impacted your income?

Our support group is a friendly place for people to discuss feelings and concerns, an opportunity to ask questions and to support each other.

Every 2 weeks, 2pm-3pm on Zoom

Dates:
Wednesday 25 November
Wednesday 9 December
Wednesday 6 January

Email talkmore@royaldeaf.org.uk for a link
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Well deserved! Lynn is one dedicated campaigner who fought for access & equality. She fought against inequality by organising & alliance-building, and taking on individual policies & challenged the government @10DowningStreet #Access4all #SenseAward #WhereIsTheInterpreterLynn is one of more than 87,000 British Sign Language users in the UK. When the Government failed to provide a sign language interpreter during the daily Coronavirus briefings, she bravely stepped up and launched the #WhereIsTheInterpreter campaign, calling for accessible information because "sign language saves lives".

She is one of the outstanding disabled individuals shortlisted for the #SenseAwards this year. Learn more about them: sense.org.uk/sense-awards
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