[sonus] is the trading name of Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands Association for Deaf People. The organisation was founded in 1879 and has been providing a variety of services to deaf people ever since.
Facilitating access for deaf and hard of hearing people to take their place as respected and confident members of the wider community, able to pursue opportunities, make informed choices and achieve their potential.
[sonus] exists to provide opportunities for Deaf, deafened, deaf-blind and hard of hearing people to have equal access to all sectors of the local communities. [sonus] also ensures that its services are developed in response to the views, ideas and opinions of Deaf, deafened, deaf-blind and hard of hearing people.
[sonus] provides a range of services within the deaf community including Interpreting Services, Community Support, Communications Training, Youth Services and Easthill home for deaf people, a residential home based on the Isle of Wight.
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