Deaf Support Service

What does it do?

We maintain a register of people that are deaf hearing impaired or who have a dual sensory loss. The Deaf Support Service aims to enable heard of hearing, deaf and dual sensory impaired people to lead independent and fulfilled lives. What services are available?
  • Assessments of need
  • Information about coping with hearing loss
  • Communication tips
  • Drop-in service
  • Advocacy and advice
  • Sign-posting
  • Resource centre
  • Equipment to alert to environmental sounds
  • Carers assessments
  • Direct payments

Who it is for?

People that are deaf hearing impaired or who have a dual sensory loss.

Where it is available?

Local service (Dudley).

What it costs:

There is no cost for accessing the service.

How to access or apply for it:

There is a Duty Officer available between 10am -and 1pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Outside these hours, messages can be left at reception or using the contact options below. Planned appointments are available either at the centre or if you are unable to travel, within your own home.

Additional information:

Resource room The resource room has specialist information and a display of assistive environmental technology. 


Info last updated:

Queens Cross Network, Wellington Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1RB