Manchester Deaf Centre is the heart of Greater Manchester's deaf community. We are a hub for inclusion, advocacy, accessibility, support, training and information.
Dedication, innovation, inclusion
We are proud to provide a range of services that support and empower our deaf community. We can also provide BSL/English interpreters and deliver training to increase knowledge around deaf awareness.
Teaching, training, awareness
Did you know British Sign Language is the preferred language for over 125,000 people in the UK? It is a rich and beautiful language comprising of hand gestures, facial expressions and body movements. Start your BSL journey today!
Create opportunities for D/deaf people through employment and training.
Influence national and local public policy and seek opportunities to play a role in research and commissioning.
Devise, gain funding and run projects that lead directly to positive outcomes for D/deaf people.
Provide spaces for D/deaf people to socialise and learn.
Manchester Deaf Centre has set up a mutual support group for d/Deaf male ex-offenders. This support group is being set up together with CMS and funding from the Movember Foundation. It follows a pilot mutual support group for d/Deaf ex-offenders in Lancashire. Who is it for? 18+ Males who are:
If you would like to know more about
any of our services, please get in touch.
Manchester Deaf Centre,
Booth Street East,
MONDAY - FRIDAY
09:00 – 17:00
0161 273 3415
Registered Charity Number: 1110373