Good communication is key to everyone for their welbeing. However when you have a hearing loss of any degree, it is not always easy for that communication to be successful.

The Disability Strategy for Jersey highlights this issue by having - Have support to communicate and access information - as its number 1 priority.  

There are many ways in which that support can be given depending on the needs of individuals.

The Society can provide, free of charge, Communication & dDeaf Awareness training to any Service Providers or Service Users.  Training can be bespoke to those who attend a course, providing solutions to problems encountered in different work or home environments.  

To learn more about the training we can offer or to book a course, please contact -


The Society work very closely with Highlands College Adult Education Department and have provided financial support to ensure communication courses are available for the residents of Jersey.


The dDeaf Tutors Consortium and Highlands College offer courses to businesses, public, private and voluntary sector services. Courses include:-

For more information on these courses contact:-

Highlands College on 01543 608638 or Fax 01534 608600



Lip-reading classes are due to start in the Autumn 2018

For more information about these courses contact:-

01534 442551 or  Fax 01534 442637



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