The British Society for Mental Health and Deafness (BSMHD)
is the only UK charity that focuses entirely on the promotion of positive mental health of Deaf people

Fiona Nicholson

Hear Deaf Mental Health Project in Wales

Our 'Hear Deaf Mental Health in Wales' is now in its third and last year. So far we have had 93 people on our courses in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA). A spin-off bonus of the project has been the training of 4 Trainers who now can deliver MHFA courses in Wales. We have also supported 23 Deaf people with mental health issues by signposting and enabling them to access services.

British Society Mental Health and Deafness

Annual General Meeting 28th February 2020

Times are from 1.30 to 2.30 and tea and coffee will be served.

The address is Lecture theatre, The Barberry, Vincent Drive, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2FG. 

After the AGM, there will be a presentation from the team at Jasmine Barberry about a topical mental health issue.  Thanks to Sally Austen for being the host of our AGM.

Travel information

The nearest train station is University, which is about 5 minutes by train from Birmingham New Street.

By car, please note parking is difficult – the only options are a local multi-storey and there’s always a queue OR you can park on the A4040 which is about half a mile away.

Herbert Klein has won Mental Health BDA award

Herbert Klein, Our President

Herbert Klein our President is the recipient of the BDA's Frances Maginn Award.

Join us and become a member to support us. It is free!

BSMHD is a membership organisation and our membership is FREE.

To join us please download Membership Application Form to fill in and email: info@bsmhd.org.uk