We give advice in British Sign Language
Coventry Citizens Advice gives advice and information to deaf people in British Sign Language to ensure that deaf people in Coventry – who may not be fully aware of their rights – are not missing out on the services available to them.
Coventry Citizens Advice can advise deaf people on debt, benefits, housing, family, employment, consumer, discrimination and immigration issues. Coventry Citizens Advice will try to help individuals to resolve such problems, and will join with the BDA to campaign for better access to advice and information for deaf people.
Where the Coventry Citizens Advice finds examples of discrimination against deaf people, it can report this to the national Citizens Advice and the BDA, and take action to improve services for the future. Deaf people can come to Coventry Citizens Advice for advice on the second Tuesday of each month from 10am to 11.45am when a sign language interpreter will be available. They can also contact Coventry Citizens Advice to request an appointment (not necessarily on a Tuesday morning) by email, fax or text.
Loop facilities and sign language interpreters are provided. For an appointment, please contact us using the form below: