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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Starbucks promote We Sign Cafe (BSL)

//fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/og96clqj31.jsonp//fast.wistia.com/assets/external/E-v1.js  - It’s not uncommon for customers visiting London’s Jubilee Place, Canary Wharf Starbucks to sign “good morning” and “thank you” as they place their orders....

London Assembly addresses Deaf mental health issues

Deaf people are suffering from a reduction in the provision of specialist care and poor access to communication support and information when they are...

Welcome news for the Jewish Deaf Association

A charity based in Whetstone in North London, which helps prevent deaf people from becoming isolated and alone recently received a grant of £180,000...

BSL test announced for new Deaf apprentices

Deaf students and school leavers struggling to gain adequate qualifications will now be given better access to apprenticeships thanks to changes announced by the...

Deaf refugee boy facing deportation

The family of a six-year-old deaf boy who fled Iraq because of death threats from extremists say they're devastated after being told they face...

Sainsbury’s Deaf Awareness initiative

https://www.youtube.com/embed/HZ-G8TIuoqc Sainsbury’s this month introduced an initiative to help its staff members communicate with deaf customers. As part of its non-visible disabilities awareness week last week,...
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Erika Jones Shortlisted for an EDA

Congratulations to Erika Jones from BBC See Hear who was shortlisted in the Journalist of the Year category at the European Diversity Awards recently....
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Former England star funds Deaf football teams

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville recently donated £20,000 to help the Great Britain’s men’s and women’s deaf football teams secure their place at...
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Site of Royal School Margate on the market

A Margate, Kent site that was formerly home to the oldest deaf school in the UK has been placed on the market in one...
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Deaf lad wins Sky subtitling victory

A teenager who squared up to Sky TV for “discriminating” against people with hearing impairments is celebrating a “victory” against the broadcaster. Six months ago,...