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(English) At The British Deaf Association we believe that every Deaf child has the right to bi-lingual education.
Alongside the medical and technological improvements of recent decades, it is important for every Deaf child to learn about the positive aspects of being Deaf.Read More →
Point was established in 2001 after the findings of a Community Survey indicated that many residents believed action needed to […]Read More →
West Rhyl Young People’s Project (WRYPP) provides an accessible centre for 14 to 25 year olds; offering information, support and a range of informal learning opportunities intended to increase skills, awareness and individual capacity to undergo positive transition into adulthood.Read More →