Services — Community Services
Community services are provided to the community to enable people to overcome the barriers they face in their everyday life.
Community services including Volunteering, Equipment, Residential, Palliative Care and Deaf Care. There are more details on these services if you click on their link in this website.
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The assessment identifies the specific needs you may have and enables us to provide solutions for a better quality of life. Each assessment ensures you can access equipment that will meet your needs.
Becoming a volunteer at bid services is a great way to become involved with local community members who are Deaf, deafened or Hard of Hearing.
Chesterberry was opened in December 1996 and is a registered residential care home in Erdington, Birmingham. The home accommodates up to seven deaf adults with additional needs and disabilities such as learning disability, autism, deaf/blind and challenging behaviour.
Specialist Palliative Care Support Service
For people with advanced life limiting illnesses the delivery of compassionate palliative care treatment is the most essential part of the end of life process- providing piece of mind, dignity and respect for the patient’s final wishes.