Alton Webteam: March 2018
(all meetings in All Saints church hall, Queens Road)
Tuesday 3rd April, 2.30pm — Lip Reading with Maggie Short ATLA, Tutor. An hour of relaxed exercises to assist in learning lip reading skills, so useful to the hearing impaired. Come along and give it a go. You will be surprised at what fun it is!
Sunday 15th April — T@3, afternoon tea from 3pm. Join us for conversation, friendship and fun.
Tuesday17th April , 2pm — Drop-In , have a chat and a cuppa and get up to date with the activities of Knitters Anonymous. Cribbage also for those interested
Tuesday 24th April , 2pm — Neighbourhood Watch The support unit from deafPlus with equipment to assist the hearing impaired will also be present.
REMEMBER — the deafPlus mobile unit will be in Sainsburys car park between 10.30am and noon to offer assistance and advice on Tuesday 24th April . Why not visit this this valuable resource t to see how you can be helped, with modified telephones, adapted smoke alarms, vibrating pillow pads and much more, to make your life easier and safer.
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