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DSN is the service provider organisation for D/deaf* people in the county of Cheshire and the surrounding areas. These services are delivered under contract for Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Flintshire and Wrexham Councils. We’re proud of what we’ve achieved on behalf of our service users throughout Cheshire since we were formed in 1976. We’re proud of our team, our volunteers and other supporters, the local authorities we work with and the organisations we work alongside.

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 If you would like to find out more about our services, call in at one of our centres, phone us on 0333 220 5050 or e-mail us at

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Cheshire west and chester council logo

DSN is commissioned by Cheshire West and Chester Council to provide Early Intervention and Prevention services for Deaf and Deafblind people and people with hearing loss across the Borough.

The service is delivered by our Sensory Support Officers who offer a range of support options including Drop-in sessions at our Northwich and Chester centres, home visits where appropriate, and community engagement events.

Accessible for all age groups, DSN have been delivering innovative support programmes across Cheshire West for over 40 years.

You can visit the Live Well Cheshire West website to find information about other local services and support across Cheshire West.

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Flintshire County Council have commissioned DSN to provide an Integrated Sensory Loss Service for residents of all ages.

We deliver support and services designed to enhance quality of life, promote continuing independence and raise awareness of sensory loss in communities.

DSN works closely with all stakeholders to ensure a joined-up approach to service delivery. We are an active founder member of the Community Support Initiative, which brings providers together to enable streamlined access to a wide range of support, and the best possible outcomes for the people who need us.

SMS text provision for contacting 999 services

Mae Cyngor Sir y Fflint wedi comisiynu DSN i ddarparu Gwasanaeth Nam ar y Synhwyrau Integredig i drigolion o bob oedran.

Rydym yn darparu cymorth a gwasanaethau a gynlluniwyd i wella ansawdd bywyd, hyrwyddo annibyniaeth barhaus a chodi ymwybyddiaeth o nam ar y synhwyrau mewn cymunedau.

Mae DSN yn gweithio’n agos gyda’r holl randdeiliaid i sicrhau agwedd gydgysylltiedig at ddarparu gwasanaeth. Rydym yn aelod sylfaen gweithredol o’r Fenter Cymorth Cymunedol, sy’n dod â darparwyr at ei gilydd i alluogi mynediad rhwydd i ystod eang o gefnogaeth, a’r canlyniadau gorau posibl i bobl sydd ein hangen.

Darpariaeth testun SMS ar gyfer cysylltu â gwasanaethau 999

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In 2018 DSN were delighted to extend our operations into Wrexham.

Wrexham County Borough Council have commissioned us to provide a comprehensive service to provide practical support, information and advice to residents of all ages who are Deaf, living with hearing loss, or who are DeafBlind (dual sensory loss).

In overall aim of the service is to promote independence and positive well-being, and to ensure that an individual’s hearing impairment does not result in isolation or vulnerability.

SMS text provision for contacting 999 services

Yn 2018 roedd yn bleser gan DSN ymestyn ein gwaith i Wrecsam.

Mae Cyngor Bwrdeistref Wrecsam wedi ein comisiynu i ddarparu gwasanaeth cynhwysfawr i ddarparu cefnogaeth ymarferol, gwybodaeth a chyngor i drigolion o bob oedran sydd yn Fyddar, yn byw gyda nam ar y clyw, neu sydd yn Fyddar a Dall (nam ddeuol ar y synhwyrau).

Nod cyffredinol y gwasanaeth yw hyrwyddo annibyniaeth a lles cadarnhaol, a sicrhau nad yw nam ar y clyw unigolion yn arwain at unigedd na bod yn agored i niwed.

Darpariaeth testun SMS ar gyfer cysylltu â gwasanaethau 999

Support for D/deafblind people

DSN also undertake specialist assessments for D/deafblind people in relation to their social care, orientation, mobility, communication and daily living needs to determine the most appropriate intervention to meet personal goals and outcomes. Completion of equipment needs assessments and provision of appropriate equipment, will ensure access to expert advice and practical help to manage their dual sensory loss.

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