Webteam: August 2018
All the groups, classes and clubs at the Village Club would like to think that they are inclusive, but how many of you make positive steps to help those with hearing loss fully participate in your activities?
It is a legal requirement for organisations — including community groups — to have in place arrangements for the hearing impaired under the Equality Act.
Thanks to the Four Lanes Trust we are enhancing the induction loop and PA system in the main hall, and the grant covers a training session for our users too.
Come along and hear how to use our new improved induction loop system — register your interest email@example.com
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