Alive supports deaf charity
- Credit: Ian Burt
Alive Leisure will be supporting West Norfolk Deaf Association as its chosen charity.
WNDA has been supporting deaf and hard of hearing adults and children in the area since 1997.
It provides a range of services for people with all levels of hearing loss and for all ages.
Working alongside the Queen Elizabeth Hospital audiology team they provide practical support and advice, hearing aid servicing, minor repairs and batteries.
They have two trained advocates, who help deaf people get full access to information, services and to live independent lives. This includes helping with housing, benefits, family, education, independent health, social care work, employment, finance, legal and debt.
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Alive Leisure will have collection boxes at Alive Lynnsport, Alive Oasis, Alive Downham Leisure, Alive St James and Alive Corn Exchange.
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