See to Hear, Peer Support Group

 As part of our commitment to the Deaf community ISS facilitate a social group called See to Hear.

The See to Hear group meets on a monthly basis, on the third Saturday of each month at various venues across the Island. Its aim is to provide a friendly, informal social setting for Deaf, deafened and Hard of hearing people a chance to get together.

The see to hear meetings are a platform which allows the Deaf community on the Isle of Wight to communicate, share experiences and information, make new friends and gain confidence. A setting which enables people discuss concerns or  issues which affect them in their daily lives, as well as enjoying warm friendly chat, great company and a cup of tea and a slice of cake!

We are able to listen to the concerns of individuals, give advice and guidance and assist with sign posting to other appropriate services. Our dedicated staff and volunteers who attend the meetings regularly are active in providing, emotional and peer support. 

We welcome all new members. If you would like to attend the see to hear meetings then come along and join us. Take the opportunity to have your say, share your opinions and, be instrumental in improving services for Deaf, deafened and Hard of hearing people on the Isle of Wight, in a warm, friendly environment

There will be no charge for your support as this service has been grant funded by the Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group.

For more information, contact Maria

E/ M.williams@islandsupportservices.org

M/Text/07513935482

See to Hear, Peer Support Group

 

 As part of our commitment to the Deaf community ISS facilitate a social group called See to Hear.

 

The See to Hear group meets on a monthly basis, on the third Saturday of each month at various venues across the Island. Its aim is to provide a friendly, informal social setting for Deaf, deafened and Hard of hearing people a chance to get together.

 

 The see to hear meetings are a platform which allows the Deaf community on the Isle of Wight to communicate, share experiences and information, make new friends and gain confidence. A setting which enables people discuss concerns or  issues which affect them in their daily lives, as well as enjoying warm friendly chat, great company and a cup of tea and a slice of cake!

 

We are able to listen to the concerns of individuals, give advice and guidance and assist with sign posting to other appropriate services. Our dedicated staff and volunteers who attend the meetings regularly are active in providing, emotional and peer support.

 

We welcome all new members. If you would like to attend the see to hear meetings then come along and join us. Take the opportunity to have your say, share your opinions and, be instrumental in improving services for Deaf, deafened and Hard of hearing people on the Isle of Wight, in a warm, friendly environment.

See to Hear, Peer Support Group

 

 As part of our commitment to the Deaf community ISS facilitate a social group called See to Hear.

 

The See to Hear group meets on a monthly basis, on the third Saturday of each month at various venues across the Island. Its aim is to provide a friendly, informal social setting for Deaf, deafened and Hard of hearing people a chance to get together.

 

 The see to hear meetings are a platform which allows the Deaf community on the Isle of Wight to communicate, share experiences and information, make new friends and gain confidence. A setting which enables people discuss concerns or  issues which affect them in their daily lives, as well as enjoying warm friendly chat, great company and a cup of tea and a slice of cake!

 

We are able to listen to the concerns of individuals, give advice and guidance and assist with sign posting to other appropriate services. Our dedicated staff and volunteers who attend the meetings regularly are active in providing, emotional and peer support.

 

We welcome all new members. If you would like to attend the see to hear meetings then come along and join us. Take the opportunity to have your say, share your opinions and, be instrumental in improving services for Deaf, deafened and Hard of hearing people on the Isle of Wight, in a warm, friendly environment.

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