Support for people who have a hearing impairment or loss

Who is this service for?

Anyone living in the Bradford Metropolitan District who is experiencing difficulties due to deafness or hearing loss.

What will we do?

  • Offer advice and information 
  • Assess need (the outcome of assessment may include the following) 
    • provide information 
    • offer advice 
    • provide support 
    • provide equipment 
    • provide mobility training 
    • support Independent Living Skills (ILS) training
  • Demonstrate Specialist Equipment 
  • BSL Interpreting Services 
    • BSL 
    • Lip speaking 
    • Deaf Relay Interpreting
  • Guide Support Service (following assessment) 
    • Awareness Training
  • Deaf Independence Project (following assessment) 
    • support for people who are Deaf with additional difficulties 
    • Independent Living Skills training 
    • Communication skills development 
    • social interaction 
    • support for families 
    • Relay interpreting (via BSL service)
  • Signposting to other organisations 
  • Awareness Training

Other schemes and activities

Self Help Groups at Morley Street Resource Centre

Accessible, in the first instance, by contact to Morley Street

Group Day/time Who it's for

CEC Drop In (Creating Easier Communication) User led support/social group.

Thursday (first in every month) 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Adults who are hard of hearing

IT Training Tutor led – basic IT skills.

Thursday 1.30om to 3.30pm

Adults who are deaf or hard of hearing

Lip Reading Tuition Tutor led group.

Thursday 4pm to 6pm

Adults who are hard of hearing

Service Led Groups at Morley Street Resource Centre

Group Day/time Who it's for

Deaf Independence Project Communication Group Service led. Access via assessment of need.

Tuesday 10am to 12 noon

Adults who are deaf with additional difficulties

Deaf Independence Social Group Service led. Access via assessment of need.

Thursday 2pm to 4pm

Adults who are deaf with additional difficulties

Is there a charge?

There are varying charges dependent on which group you join

Can I get help with the cost?

This will be determined following a financial assessment.

How do I get there?

Morley Street Resource Centre
124 Morley Street
Bradford
BD7 1BB

The Free City Bus stops on Claremont opposite the Centre.

I’d like to find out more, who can I talk to?

For General Enquiries, please contact our Reception:

Telephone: 01274 435001
Fax: 01274 435482

Interpreting Service:

Telephone: 01274 435019
Minicom: 01274 435019
Fax: 01274 435275

We have specialists available on the following days contactable on 01274 435001

Visual Impairment Duty:
Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Deaf Duty: (SW)
Monday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Tech Duty:
Tuesday 9.30am to 12.30pm

BSL Mail Reading:
Wednesday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Tech Duty:
Thursday 1.30pm to 2.30pm

Deaf Duty: (SW)
Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Contact details

Morley Street Resource Centre
124 Morley Street
Bradford
BD7 1BB

General enquiries : 01274 435001
Fax : 01274 435482


Interpreting Service
Telephone: 01274 435019
Minicom: 01274 435019
Fax: 01274 435275

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