Dundee Deaf Sports and Social Club (DDSSC), Tayside Deaf Forum (TDF) and Deaf Links have created Tayside Deaf Hub. The vision of deaf people in Tayside is to develop services, activities and learning that truly reflect the needs of deaf people in the area, empowering them to become equal and active members of the communities they live in.
Independent advocacy, advice, information, a wide range of activities, learning opportunities and support to local deaf people is available at Tayside Deaf Hub
Deaf and Deafblind Awareness and British Sign Language training are also available to agencies, organisations and individuals in the Community and beyond, from nationally accredited courses to sessions tailored to your needs.
There is a wide variety of volunteering and work experience opportunities within Tayside Deaf Hub.
The Hub offers a number of flexible ground floor modern spaces which are available for hire for one-off, occasional or regular use and are ideal for a variety of purposes such as: private functions; meetings; conferences; seminars; training; committee meetings/AGMs; fitness classes; dancing; children’s or other parties; activity/hobby classes; karate/kickboxing etc. – the possibilities are endless.
TV, DVD, Laptop, Projector or Flip Chart can be booked for any room at no extra cost. Flexible catering arrangements to suit your needs are available on site and freshly prepared through their own No 23 Café.
Disabled parking available by prior arrangement.
The Old Mill
23 Brown Street
Last updated: June 9, 2020 1:39 pm