Established in 1846, Manchester Deaf Centre is the largest organisation to provide support to the local deaf community and beyond in Greater Manchester. We host a variety of services and groups that offer support, learning and training opportunities, social events and much more. "We are proud to
"Our mission is to provide a high quality, well-functioning and funded centre as a base for services, projects and activities that involve and support D/deaf people to live happy and fulfilling lives, achieving and celebrating in families and communities. We strive to be committed, dependable,
Here at Manchester Deaf Centre we take great pride in the work we do for the Deaf community, and we recognise that we wouldn’t be able to make such a fantastic, positive impact in the community without having an equally fantastic and positive team. Please see all their emails below.
BSL Interpreter “As a freelance interpreter and external stake holder of the Manchester Deaf Centre, I feel the values and vision are closely aligned to my own professional approach. The Deaf Centre has a very ethical approach when utilising interpreters and meeting the needs of the GM Deaf
Established in 1846 as the “Manchester Institute for the Deaf”, with the objective or providing relief to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and deaf-blind residents of Greater Manchester and surrounding areas by providing information, advice, education and facilities for social activities, Manchester Deaf
Manchester Deaf Centre is the largest organisation in Greater Manchester providing support services to people with hearing loss. The Centre is a popular place for hard of hearing, D/deaf and deaf blind people to meet, to find information, advice and guidance, and for opportunities to learn and