What can we do to improve patients’ visits to outpatient clinics?
Thursday 24th April
6:30 - 8:30pm
(Tea and coffee available from 6pm)
Academic Block entrance
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
We hope to hear from you about how we can improve our services.
We would like to invite you to come and help us make sure that ...
Having a hearing loss can be frustrating, don't be left out of conversations, let your eyes help your ears.
Lipreading is a vital skill which helps reduce isolation by enabling people to take part in day to day conversations. We offer a range of friendly and informal courses for you to ...
Beginner's taster sessions
A free session from 5:15 - 6:15pm covering basic signs and fingerspelling.
Hereford: Tuesday 5th August
Oxford: Wednesday 23rd July
Worcester: 21st July
Signature British Sign Language Level 1
Starting in Hereford, Oxford and Worcester in September, 6:30 - 8:30pm, fees £349.
Signature British Sign Language Level 2
Starting in Hereford, Oxford and Worcester in ...
We have a range of workshops for BSL users aimed at improving skills.
The workshops will be held in the Worcester Deaf Direct centre.
Safer Internet workshop will be held at Worcester College of Technology.
Book all four workshops and save £10!
Using interpreters, healthy lifestyles, confidence and social skills etc.
Monday 24th February ...
We have been working hard investigating the options to help rejuvenate the building and secure the future of the centre. If you want to know more about how this is progressing please have a look at the information, downloadable as a PDF document.
At a recent staff training day, teams were asked for reflective and light-hearted feedback on 2013.
What achievements has the organisation made this year?
Thanks to the commitment and funding from the OCC Hearing Impairment Team we are now able to provide a support worker to an Oxfordshire client.
Improvements have been made ...
There will be some changes to the text relay service from 18 April 2014 and Ofcom wants to check how these changes deliver a better service. Ofcom wants to find out about the experiences of text relay users both now and again after the new service starts.
Ofcom would like to ...