Living with COVID 19 WE ARE OPEN!! May 2022 Service user and staff safety is our priority in Cork Deaf Association. In line with the current Government Guidelines on living and working with Covid-19, we have made some changes to our building and staff rotas as part of creating a safer environment. We are delighted […]
WE ARE OPEN!! October 2nd 2020 Service user and staff safety is a priority for us in Cork Deaf Association. We have made some changes to our building and staff rotas as part of creating a safer environment. Our current opening hours are as follows: Monday 9-3 (closed for lunch 1-2) Tuesday 9-5 (closed for […]
The Cork Deaf Association are having a Hard of Hearing Awareness Week from 4-8 December 2017. If you think you or someone in your family has a hearing loss then this is your opportunity to drop in to us to see how we can help and support you. All welcome!
Deaf Community Positive Mental Health Talks on Wednesday 9th August 2017 in the Cork Deaf Association Two Talks: Talk for Young Adults (18-25) – 2.30 pm Talk Open to all in the Deaf Community – 7.30 pm Version 3 poster Deaf comm Mental Health Talks
A meeting was held in Leinster House on Thursday 11th May 2017 in relation to the ISL Recognition Bill. In attendance was the Chair of the Joint Committee on Justice & Equality, Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin and representatives from Irish Deaf Society, Cork Deaf Association, Cork Deaf enterprises, Cork Deaf Club, Centre for Deaf Studies, the […]
Two new access policies have been developed which now means that a Deaf person is entitled to a sign language interpreter when accessing services through the department of social protection and the citizens information board. This includes: COMMUNITY WELFARE OFFICES (CWO) INTREO (FAS) EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICES (SW) CITIZEN’S INFORMATION MABS NATIONAL ADVOCACY SERVICE You can […]
Time for some relaxation after the stresses and strains of Christmas! There will be a series (once a week for four weeks) of yoga classes held in the Cork Deaf Association from Thursday 2 February to Thursday 23 February from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm for anyone who is hard of hearing or who suffers with tinnitus. All […]
Learn a new skill for the New Year! There will be a series of ceramic art classes held in the Cork Deaf Association from Wednesday 1 February to Wednesday 22 February from 11 am to 1 pm for anyone who is hard of hearing or who suffers with tinnitus. All are welcome and it’s free […]
Volunteers Needed for Ballincollig Church Gate Collection 28 and 29 January 2017 Please contact catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 021-4505944 if you can help us out.
Busy Bees Club for children aged 0-4 years Saturday 14th January 11 am-1 pm in the Cork Deaf Association The Busy Bees Club aims to provide a programme of activities which encourage the physical, social, emotional, intellectual, creative and language development of its members. All are welcome!