SDA is as a user led organisation that promotes the health and wellbeing of Deaf and Disabled People by ensuring that as Deaf and Disabled People we have access to society as a whole, are socially included, feel safe and have the right to be full and active members of the communities we live in through choice and self-determination.
Whether it’s through our services, projects, information, English classes, training, advice, advocacy, volunteering opportunities, or social and cultural events, our mission is to improve the quality of life for our users.
service can be accessed through a medical professional referral, or for existing clients by contacting them directly. Wheelchair and specialist seating service
A helpline that links people to the right source of strength and balance building exercises to prevent falls. Can be community exercise classes (30 week programme) at local centres, more intensive classes for 8 weeks in a hospital setting (transport provided) or 1-1 physiotherapy at home if housebound or complex (provided by CRAFs – Community Rehabilitation And Falls Service