Guernsey Deaf Christian Fellowship was started in 1960 with the aim of removing the barrier of communication Deaf people may experience when attending church services, by interpreting them in British [...]
Enjoy a range of stories, biographies, classics, and non-fiction with the Library's FREE Stories on USB Service. Stories on USB are easy to use and can help restore access to [...]
#Fully mobile optometrist# and #NEW# family practice at Richmond with easy access, parking outside the door and wheelchair compatible accessibility. After 30 years optical experience, 13 of those years being [...]
A football club for those who have some form of disability e.g. autism, hearing impairment, diabetes, learning difficulties, ADHD, behaviour difficulties etc. Please contact Rose for more details.
We provide support for the visually impaired. Our aim is to offer a wide range of resources, information and activities. The Vision Support Centre is run by the Guernsey Blind [...]
GHHA gives help and support to deaf and hard of hearing adults in the Bailiwick. How we support: lobbying for the provision of adequate services raising public awareness of the [...]
The Guernsey Disability Alliance was formed in 2008 and is a collective voice for individual disabled islanders, their family members and more than 40 member charities. Our mission is equality [...]
The states Hearing & Vision Sensory Support Service work with children and young people aged between 0 and 19 in the home, pre-school and mainstream and special school settings. Based [...]