Deaf Access © Registered Charity Number: 1050990   Private Limited Company Registered in England and Wales Number: 3119953
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Children and Families
British Sign Language
Hard of Hearing
Home Hard of Hearing BSL Children and Families

Deaf Access provides a diverse range of groups and services aimed at supporting independence and empowerment.

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By appointment only.  

The Equipment Demonstration service is available at the following times:  

Thursday 10.30am or 12.00pm

Please contact us to book an appointment to see our Equipment demonstration team.

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Comments from previous clients:

Patience of a Saint

What a really good place to come! Pam told me so many things I didn’t know about my hearing aid. I will now buy a telephone and TV will now be a dream to hear now.  She has so much patience and made my friend and I very welcome.”     Betty, Bromley

Helpful and Pleasant

I saw Pam today to learn about the equipment available for deaf and hard of hearing people, and found her extremely helpful and pleasant. She has a lovely friendly manner and put me at ease.”     Anna, Beckenham

Good advice

Our appointment today with Pam was so helpful.  She gave us such good advice regarding equipment.

Pat, Orpington

Deaf Access provides free advice and the opportunity to try out items of equipment in our demonstration centre.  

You can book an appointment to see Pam, our friendly and knowledgeable demonstrator and try out a variety of aids to daily living including; amplified telephones, room loops, personalised door bells, paging systems and more to suit your needs-whether you use a hearing aid or not.

If you are housebound and unable to visit Deaf Access we can ask a Social Services Technical Officer to contact you to arrange a visit in your home.

Depending on your circumstances we can purchase the equipment directly for you or we can refer your requirements on to Social Services.

Equipment Demonstrations