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Independent Living & Carers' Partnership

The Independent Living and Carers’ Partnership (ILCP) is a group of local charities working together to help Lambeth residents:  Age UK Lambeth, Carers’ Hub Lambeth, Disability Advice Service Lambeth and the Royal Association for Deaf People (Lambeth). Their services are for anyone in Lambeth who is a disabled person, has long-term ill-health, lives with mental […]

Posted on: 24th September 2019

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Royal Association for Deaf People (Lambeth)

As part of the Lambeth Independent Living & Carers Partnership, the Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD) have announced their Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) service will remain in Lambeth after a successful funding extension.. “I Need Advice” – the qualified advisors provide rights-based information and advice on – Financial matters including benefits and debt, […]

Posted on: 13th March 2018

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DeafHope

SignHealth is a charity dedicated to making sure Deaf people get the same sort of access as hearing people to healthcare and health information. DeafHope and Young DeafHope are part of the charity SignHealth.  They provide a sign-language based service to help deaf women, and their children, who suffer from domestic violence and abuse.  Deaf women […]

Posted on: 5th December 2017

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Action on Hearing Loss

Action on Hearing Loss support people across the UK to manage their deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss. They provide useful information and community-based care and support services, develop technology and treatments, and campaign for equality. Looking for products? They offer a range of products including phones, alarms and alerts and listening devices designed to help people with hearing loss, […]

Posted on: 11th July 2017

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National Deaf Adult Services

Adult Deaf Services provides: 16-bed inpatient unit psychological therapies and assessment multi-disciplinary community team assertive outreach community support (London only). They provide assessment, treatment and interventions for a full range of mental illness, behavioural and psychological problems in adults with severe to profound hearing loss.  They also work with deaf people with visual impairment. Using psychosocial interventions […]

Posted on: 27th January 2012

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