People in residential homes

Inclusion

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We will improve residents’ quality of life.  By identifying and establishing ways of enabling those with hearing loss to participate in group activities and integrate with people around them, as well as offering communication support, elderly people living in care homes or independently with a hearing loss will be happier, less isolated, more involved, and more physically, mentally and emotionally healthy as a result.

Venue

JDA, Julius Newman House, Woodside Park Road, North Finchley, London, N12 8RP

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Contact

Name: Andrew Goodwin

Tel: 020 8446 0214

Email: andrew@jdeaf.org.uk

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JDA Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Guidelines for visitors to JDA

Everyone coming to JDA is asked politely to please follow to these new guidelines:

1. On arrival, please:

a) Confirm that you do not present a risk.

b) Read and confirm that you understand and agree to follow our hygiene guidelines whilst at JDA – Catch it, Bin it, Kill it.

2. Immediately wash and dry your hands hygienically (instructions are displayed above all washbasins).

3. Sign in and take off your coat after having washed your hands.

4. Minimise bodily contact by:

a)    Wearing JDA “I like you but I’m not going to kiss you” badges

b)    Using a new BSL greeting signing the message “Hi, big hug” without touching

c)     Having a no handshake policy for now