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    City Lit Centre for Deaf Education

    Keeley House1-10, Keeley StreetLondonWC2B 4BA
    Education courses for deaf adults (for example: English, maths, computing, driving test theory, BSL, lipreading) as well as a wide range of other courses relating to deafness and deaf issues, including courses for people training to work with deaf learners (for example: communication support work;…
    020 7492 2726 (English, maths and computing for deaf people) , 020 7492 2725 (BSL and lipreading courses, and other courses relating to deaf issues and professional training) Fax: 020 7492 2745 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7492 2746, 020 7492 2747

    Speakability

    (Formerly Action for Dysphasic Adults)
    Royal StreetLondonSE1 7LL
    Information for people with aphasia and their carers. Network of local groups around the UK. Offers training, range of publications and videos. Organises annual 'Speak About Aphasia Month' in June.
    0808 808 9572 (Helpline), 020 7261 9572 (Office) Fax: 020 7928 9542

    Stroke Association Communication Support Service for Camden and Islington

    The Blue Building4-8, Whites GroundsLondonSE1 3LA
    The Communication Support Co-ordinator along with trained volunteers works with people who have communication difficulties following a stroke. The service offers weekly support groups, or a 1:1 home visiting service with the aim of improving confidence and practicing communication skills in a friendly and understanding…
    07717 275828 Fax: 020 7403 9124
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