Manchester Deaf Centre offers a wide range of individual and group support for people who are D/deaf or hard of hearing, both at the Centre and beyond. Please explore what we offer by clicking on the title links below – you are very welcome to join us. If you can't see the support or type of group you are looking for don't hesitate to get in touch to discuss your needs.
A warm welcome to the Children and Young People’s Service at Manchester Deaf Centre. We work with children and young people from 0 up to 24 years old. We welcome Deaf, Hard of hearing and Deafblind children and young people to join in with our varied groups. We also welcome the children of deaf
We are delighted to be able to offer you this 'one stop' support service five days a week. Whatever your needs, please get in touch and we will either help you ourselves or point you in the right direction. Aimed at D/deaf individuals within Greater Manchester. Our Wellbeing, Advocacy,
Our training, employment and enterprise programme is person-centered, understanding the multitude of additional barriers that our service users face. We work with you through the drop-in Job Club and one-to-one sessions to ensure you have the right information, support and access to address your
Our MDC advocacy and information service supports D/deaf, hard of hearing and deaf blind people within the Manchester area to access and benefit from health and social care services to reduce health inequalities and improve quality of life. The service also raises awareness and educates health
The Wellbeing Group Our Well-being Group offers you a place where you can come to share experiences with other D/deaf people, meet new people and socialise. The group was established to help to improve self-confidence and offer the chance to try new activities that can support positive well-being
Domestic Abuse and Safe Accommodation (DASA) At Manchester Deaf Centre we provide advice, advocacy and support to D/deaf individuals in Greater Manchester who are experiencing domestic abuse, including help to access safe accommodation. You have 2 pathways to help: If you are in crisis or
Living with tinnitus can be a daily struggle for sufferers and often that struggle can only be truly understood by fellow sufferers. For that reason, Manchester Deaf Centre facilitates a Tinnitus Support Group. The group is organised and run by volunteers who also suffer from tinnitus and hearing
BSL and voiced video: For the deaf community Our Trafford Deaf Advocacy Service supports deaf, hard of hearing and deaf blind people within the Trafford area to access and benefit from health and social care services to reduce health inequalities and improve the quality of life. We provide IT
The Manchester Deaf Social Club are a diverse group who meet at Manchester Deaf Centre every week to socialise, enjoy refreshments and play bingo for cash prizes. With close to 100 members, this group is a great opportunity for members of the deaf community to get together on a regular basis.
Riley’s Bar at Manchester Deaf Centre, is a relaxed lounge and bar used for organsied events. This social space is welcoming to all and is an ideal city centre location for catching up with friends. It can be hired for events used to host a variety of talks, meetings and parties. "Riley’s Bar is a
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