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NAD is Ireland's foremost provider of services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. It has a national network of resource centres providing a range of accessible services to the deaf and hard of hearing community.

NAD is also actively involved in advocating and lobbying for improved services and new developments, including UNHS (Universal Newborn Hearing Screening), Aural Rehabilitation and Education.

NAD is a voluntary non-profit organisation and is a registered charity under Company Law.

Aims and Objectives
To provide emotional support to those suffering from depression and their families.
To foster an increased public awareness about the nature, extent and consequences of depressive illness.

  • Family Support Service
  • Accommodation Service
  • Aural Rehabilitation - a service for people with acquired hearing loss
  • Deaf Awareness Training
  • Deaftech - Centre for Information on Equipment for Deaf People
  • Hearing Aid Minor Repair Service - minor repairs to hearing aids supplied by health boards

  National Association for Deaf People Ireland,
35 North Frederick Street,
Dublin 1.
Tel: 01 - 872 3800
Fax: 01 - 872 3816

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