Welcome to North Wales Deaf Association

North Wales Deaf Association is the regional organisation that supports all Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and Deafblind people across North Wales as well as their family, friends, carers, colleagues and the services and organisations that support them.

We do this both by providing a variety of services ourselves and working with other organisations to promote, develop and enhance the provision of appropriate accessible services and resources available to people with a hearing loss.




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Latest News

    Wales  Deaf Sports is working to develop greater opportunities for deaf people to play, coach, volunteer and succeed in sport across Wales. We want to  explore ways in which Wales Deaf Sports and partner organisations can  encourage people with any degree of hearing loss to participate and  progress through sport and physical activity. 

    We are undertaking research with the deaf and hard of hearing to identify people's needs and barriers to sport participation. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. Your response will remain completely confidential, and results will be viewed only in aggregate. We value and appreciate your input.

    Please note that this survey is open to people aged 16 and over. 
    The survey can be accessed via the link below: 


    Welsh Ambulance have now developed an App version of the guide, which is available for everyone to use, you can download it to your phone for free!  Click on link for more information.


    Exciting News!


    Môn Community Link are working with the North Wales Deaf Association to make our services within Môn Community Link available to the Deaf and hard of hearing community. We are able to do this by using DAISY (Digital Access Interpreting System) and Skype. Every Monday and Thursday, between 11 and 3, we will have a BSL interpreter available to answer your Skype Calls - and receive any information currently available through Môn Community Link’s phone line or e-mail.

    Newyddion Cyffroes!



    Y mae Linc Cymunedol Môn yn cydweithio gyda Chymdeithas Fyddar Gogledd Cymru i agor gwasanaeth Linc Cymunedol Môn i bobl fyddar/Trwm ei glyw drwy ddefnyddio DAISY ( Digital Access Interpreting System) a Skype. Bob ddydd Llun a Dydd Iau rhwng 11 a 3, mi fydd yna ddehonglydd  iaith arwyddion Prydeinig ar gael i ateb eich galwadau Skype - a derbyn yr un wybodaeth a gallwch wrth ffonio neu e-bostio Linc Cymunedol Môn.



    Good news! Another big player in the broadcasting industry – BT TV – has launched a major project to improve its on-demand service for people with hearing loss. 

    More Good news – the BBC is trialling subtitles on its live iPlayer channels, so if you’re watching live BBC TV channels on your PC or Mac, you’ll be able to switch on subtitles.

    The trials are running on live web streams of selected BBC HD channels including BBC One HD, BBC Two HD, BBC Four HD and BBC
    News HD. 


    If you want to contact 999 by sms text you must register.
    Follow the link for more information

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NWDA moved to new offices at 77 Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, LL29 7LN

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