Free help for the deaf in the area

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CONFIDENCE building, bereavement help and therapy for depression are some of the free services being introduced to help deaf people.

Deaf British sign language users living in Hampshire can access the information as part of an NHS drive to improve access to psychological therapies.

NHS South of England has joined forces with SignHealth, a national charity for deaf people, to offer the services.

To find out more send a text to 07966 976747 or email info@bslhealthyminds.org.uk.