Tag Archives: hard of hearing

Connecting Leeds – Transforming Travel

Engagement is now LIVE for Bradford to Leeds route proposals

Plans have started for a second round of public engagement on A647 bus lane proposals, Dawsons Corner improvements and enhancements to major junctions in Armley.

Our proposals aim to reduce bus delays between Bradford and Leeds by up to 15 minutes and improve bus reliability along the Stanningley Bypass route.

Design changes from public feedback within the initial engagement period have been incorporated into the scheme.

Let us know your thoughts on the updated plans and feel free to share this email to those who may be interested.

 

 

 

Drawing – BSL

Sunnybank Mills (Farsley,Pudsey) LS28 5UJ  are offering a free Life Drawing Session to any burgeoning, blossoming, blooming or would be artist, who is deaf or hard of hearing, on Thursday 11th October from 7 pm to 9 pm.

There will be a BSL interpreter to assist Kim Coley the tutor.

There will also be a male or female model to pose for the class.

Materials will be provided – all you need to do is turn up.

One to one tuition will be given, the objective being to encourage and develop an individual’s unique drawing skills.

If you would like to see what exciting events take place at Sunnybank Mills Gallery  visit their website/ facebook (sunnybankmillsgallery)/ twitter (@sunnybankmills)/ instagram (@sunnybankmills) .

To book a place on the session please contact Jane Kay or Alice Chandler 0113 2563239 or e mail arts@sunnybankmills.co.uk  
Or here to book you place.

Summer Fair!

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Summer Fair Poster, The Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People are very excited to be hosting a Summer Fair at The Centre. When: Saturday 14th July, 12:00pm – 4:00pm Where: The Centre, St Mary’s Street, Leeds, LS9 7DP Tombola, BBQ, Live Music, Hook a Duck, Raffle, Penalty Shootout, wet sponge throw, face Painting, Cake Stall and much more Everyone welcome Please share this poster far and wide

The Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People are very excited to be hosting a Summer Fair at The Centre

When: Saturday 14th July, 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: The Centre, St Mary’s Street, Leeds, LS9 7DP

  • Tombola
  • BBQ
  • Live Music
  • Hook a Duck
  • Raffle
  • Penalty Shootout
  • wet sponge throw
  • face Painting
  • Cake Stall

……and much more!!

Everyone welcome!

Please share this poster far and wide!

 

Patients’ Satisfaction Study

We at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT) are very keen on delivering quality service to all patients, carers and the wider public. We highly appreciate the role that the patient “voice” plays in many of our access and service improvements to date and in order to make our access and service delivery the best that it can be for all people.

This is why we are seeking the views, comments and suggestions including your valuable feedback from our deaf and hard of hearing patients of your experience of our services through this short and simple questionnaire your valuable feedback will  help improve the services we deliver in 2018 and beyond.

To participate in this survey you would be either a deaf or hard of hearing patient at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust now or in the past, 16 years and above and have visited any of the Trust Hospitals at Leeds General Infirmary, St James Hospital, Chapel Allerton, Seacroft and Wharfdale hospitals in the past 3 years.

The questionnaire is completely anonymous and all your responses will be treated as confidential. We shall arrange feedback after completion of the survey through the usual communication channels such as social media, and reports to various interest groups and forums such as Healthwatch, Forum Central, Equality Hubs, Leeds Involving People and the Leeds Deaf Forum etc.

Your responses are very important to us and we look forward to your participation and receiving your responses back by Friday 16th February 2017.

Thank you for your help and cooperation.

Regards

LTHT Patient Experience Team
leedsth-tr.dhohsurvey@nhs.net

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patient Survey

Our New Home

Map showing the location of the new centre, Click here to open Google Maps
We have finally moved into our new home at St Mary’s Street
We are open for booking medical appointments.
When we are fully open we will announce it here.
Entrance to the new Centre and an image of the entrance intercom
When you arrive either by car or on foot, please press the blue light button (See Image above) on the intercom system to ring the office to let them know you are waiting.
The office will let you in.

How to get there by Bus
16, 49, 50 & 50A,