>>We have a vacancy for Deaf Community Officer. If interested please click for further details.
>>Ask the GP on 25 February at 1.30pm - Dr Walter Abelman will be here to answer questions about your health and medical issues. Please come along if you are interested.
>>Talk on DLA Benefit changes to PIP by Simon Hesselberg on Sunday 22 February is postponed.
>>We welcome all Deaf/Deafblind people of all failths to our regular coffee mornings on 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 10.30am till 1pm. Come along and meet new people! Refreshments cheaper than High Street cafe prices! Come for a chat, chill out and read newspapers!
Here for everyone
As our experience is so wide-ranging, we are proud to contribute to the wider community by offering many of
our services and facilities to everyone, regardless of faith.
Our community centre
The JDA’s vibrant community centre in North Finchley is the only Jewish community centre in the UK with
specialist services, highly trained staff and up-to-date equipment, all geared to the needs of people with a
hearing loss. It is a place where everyone can feel at home, sharing social and cultural experiences in warm,
The JDA is an independent, national charity offering professional support services, information and a range of
social, cultural and educational programmes to people with all levels of hearing loss, people experiencing
tinnitus, their friends, families and colleagues.
BSL TUESDAYS DROP IN - drop in information advice and advocacy service for all Deaf and Deafblind BSL users in Barnet. Click here for more information.
Happy Mondays every two weeks on Mondays based in Golders Green where you can do crafts, painting etc. Let us know if you would like to join and have fun!
NEW! German Whist on first Sunday of each Month from 3pm till 10pm - All welcome!!! Refreshments served.
Hearing Connect for people with a hearing loss, click to find out more about it ...
Historic RSJDC Plaque unveiling at Nightingale Hammerson Care home -read more...
The first-ever guide to
over 50 signs related to Jewish culture as used by the
British Jewish Deaf community.