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Royal Association for Deaf People Information Advice and Guidance Service at 5 Pancras Square

(RAD)

Services for Deaf adults who use British Sign Language or Signed Support English.

Runs an information, advice and guidance service at the Camden Council building at 5 Pancras Square, N1C 4AG. 

Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD) provide information, advice and guidance for deaf people living in Camden. 

If you need help with: 

  • benefit advice 
  • employment 
  • debt 
  • understanding correspondence and form filling 

You can visit the Contact Camden reception on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 10am and 4pm. 

 

 

Contact details

Contact Name
Telephone
(Telephone) 0300 688 2525 (Fax) 0300 688 2526 (Textphone) 0300 688 2527 (SMS) 07851 423 866 Skype: reception_ch
E-mail
info@royaldeaf.org.uk
Website
RAD website 
Alternative Contact
ADVOCACY Telephone: 0300 561 0150 Fax: 0300 688 2526 Text Phone: 0300 688 2527 SMS: 07969 415 170 Email: advocacy@royaldeaf.org.uk INFORMATION, ADVICE AND GUIDANCE SMS: 07467 914132 Email: advice@royaldeaf.org.uk EMPLOYMENT SMS: 07467 914 257 Email: employment@royaldeaf.org.uk CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SMS: 07851423866 Email: cft@royaldeaf.org.uk COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICE Telephone: 0300 561 0150 Fax: 0300 688 2526 Text Phone: 0300 688 2527 SMS: 07969 415 170 Email: communitysupport@royaldeaf.org.uk

Address

Activity location
IAG Drop in at London Borough of Camden, 5 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
Address
RAD Head Office
Block F
Parkside Ofice Village
Knowledge Gateway
Nesfield Road
Colchester
Postcode
CO4 3ZL

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Tuesday & Wednesday 10am–4pm drop-ins/appointments Thursdays: 10am–4pm appointments.

Further details

Client Group
D/deaf, Deaf/Blind, BSL users
Catchment Area
South East England
Referrals Policy
Dependent on service.
Referral required?
Yes
Languages
British Sign Language (BSL)
Language note
We are a multi-lingual team; all qualified to a minimum level 2 BSL; most of our team Deaf native BSL users. We take great care to ensure all communication matches the needs of the people we support. We are skilled in using total a variety of communication techniques such as Makaton, Deaf/blind manual, signs and symbols and objects of reference.
Ward
St Pancras and Somers Town Ward
Last checked date
13/10/2020
Record ID
21884
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