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Communication Support



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One of the biggest barriers a person living with deafness will face is communication. Whether its communicating with a doctor, teacher, loved one or bus driver, the impact of constantly missing out on information and being unable to make yourself understood, can be extremely frustrating.

GDA provides a range of communication support services for people living with hearing loss:

  • British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreters

  • Communication Support Workers

  • Deaf Blind Communicators

  • Electronic Notetakers

  • Speech to Text Operators

  • Lip-speakers

It is the right of a deaf person to request communication support during a meeting or appointment.

If your organisation, school or group is providing a service to a deaf child, young person or adult, or perhaps a family member such as a parent who is deaf, or you have an employee who is deaf, please get in touch.

To book communication support, you will need to register with us. Please call the office or email

If you have already registered with us please click the Book Communication Support button on the left side of this page to make a booking. 

Read our guide to the DO's and DON'Ts of working with BSL interpreters by clicking here.

Living confidently with 
deafness and hearing loss

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