Cambridge Deafblind Coffee Group to meet at CDA

A new coffee group aimed at deafblind people will be meeting at the Cambridgeshire Deaf Association's offices on the 29th June from 1:30 to 3:00pm The group is being run by a new community interest company called Deafblind perspectives. The group will be celebrating deafblind awareness week. Click here to download the flier Map to … Continue reading Cambridge Deafblind Coffee Group to meet at CDA

BBC Star Aimee Campbell-Nottage in CDA Sign Language Academy adverts

BBC presenter Aimee Campbell-Nottage is the star of a new set of adverts promoting our British Sign Language classes which are open for enrollment now. Aimee visited CDA earlier this month and recorded four short video adverts that focus on a different range of vocabulary. The first two, greeting signs and foods, were launched today … Continue reading BBC Star Aimee Campbell-Nottage in CDA Sign Language Academy adverts

Peterborough Deaf People aged 18-50 wanted for Council meeting

Cambridgeshire Deaf Association are working with Peterborough City Council and are looking for 10 people aged between 18 - 50 years old to feedback to the Council about services they offer or life in general in Peterborough for deaf people. There are a maximum of 10 spaces at the meeting. If you want to be involved you have to … Continue reading Peterborough Deaf People aged 18-50 wanted for Council meeting