This Weeks Featured Profile is
Time to Talk (Living Options Devon)
Time to Talk supports people with disabilities and Deaf people, who use British Sign Language, who are feeling lonely and isolated. They run a telephone support line, video chats, online groups, counselling, and life coaching.
A confidential listening service via their freephone helpline and their video chatline – phone for a chat, or information and advice.
Free information and advice sessions – on topics like “Becoming Self-Employed” and “Accessible Transport” etc.
Peer support ‘Chat and Share groups’ – on line
Counselling for Deaf people who use British Sign Language and referrals to Living Options Devon’s counselling service for people with disabilities
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