The Big RNID Survey 2024
RNID, the charity supporting people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus, are running a survey about your life experiences.
Are you deaf, or do you have hearing loss? Then we want you to tell us what it’s like living in the UK today.
This is the biggest survey RNID has ever run to understand public attitudes towards deaf people and people with hearing loss. We’ve asked the general public what they think about deafness and hearing loss and now – most importantly – we want to find out from our the deaf and hearing loss communities about their real-life experiences.
Your opinion matters. It helps to educate, change people’s minds, and influence their behaviour. Share your experiences and help make a more inclusive society for all. There is also a chance to win one of five £100 shopping vouchers.
More information: Start Survey
An academic from Heriot-Watt University is part of a team of researchers who have been recognised with a major honour for their work on whether...
Deaf pub nights are sometimes advertised online, the trouble is they often charge entry fees, children are barred and it is harder to access information about welfare cuts for example.
Many of us make New Year’s resolutions. Some of us are successful in keeping them, others not so much! My New Year’s mantra is...
(Note: Video includes British Sign Language and subtitles)
It has been over a month since kids have returned to school and students attending the university -...
Conventional homes are designed for the hearing majority of the population. Doorbells, fire alarms, telephones and baby monitors are all auditory. Without visual or vibrating replacements, a Deaf person will live a much more dangerous life.
Mousetrap Theatre Projects is launching a new theatre audience club for deaf 16-25 year olds called "AccessTheatre4£5", with offers to some of London’s top...