We offer and provide a wide range of communication support to help people who are deaf access public services, work-related meetings, training, appointments and events.
Our communication professionals are fully qualified and as an organisation, we have years of experience in helping people who are deaf select the right type of communication support. Employers, service providers and public bodies including landlords, transport providers and hospitals have a duty to make 'reasonable adjustments' for you to access their service. Find out more about your rights and available benefits and access to work.
You shouldn't have to pay for the communication support you need to access services or participate at work. Without the right communication support your health, wellbeing and general opportunities can be at risk.
What we offer:
We offer a wide range of communication professionals, including British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters, lipspeakers, notetakers, deafblind interpreters and speech to text reporters. If you are unsure of which specialist is suitable for your needs, you can find out more about types of communication support.
Book communication support now
Booking communication support with Action on Hearing Loss is easy!
How to book:
Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
and tell us:
- Who you are
- What type of communication support you are looking for
- The date and location you need communication support for
What we will do:
Once we have received your email, we will:
- Email or call you back
- We will discuss with you the method of payment for your type of booking
- Send you a booking confirmation
Get in touch
If you are unsure of your needs, you can get in touch with us. We're always happy to help. You can contact us on:
Telephone: 0845 685 8000
Textphone: 0845 685 8001