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Monday, June 25, 2018

N.Ireland – Needs of deaf community not taken into account

From the Irish News - Letters to the Editor. Published 22nd May 2018 We are in agreement with the contents of a letter from Arnold...

Has your child just been diagnosed with deafness?

You may have a million and one questions, thoughts and worries swirling around in your head... Perhaps your child is the first person with...

DAW Communication Tips

This week we’re celebrating Deaf Awareness Week (14-20th May). There are approximately 10 million people in the UK with hearing loss (according to UK Council...

Truth or myth? Can Deaf people drive?

Turning 17... The age when people can learn to drive. Excited by the thought of independence or the daunted by the concept of being...

Let’s meet Laura Gromova – Fashion & Tailoring!

Laura is Deaf, a mother of two from Latvia. Latvian is her first language, has limited English and is developing her British Sign Language...

Can Deaf people become Lifeguards?

One of the myths about deafness is that Deaf people can’t do certain jobs, because being able to hear is a requirement, right? Not always! When...

Nine Police officers undertook sign language training

Local Police officers undertake sign language training with , a local charity working with deaf people. Nine Police officers undertook intensive sign language training from...

Punk Chef comes to town!

The Punk Chef was putting youngsters from the Phoenix Group for Deaf Children through their culinary paces at Knightsfield School in Welwyn Garden City,...
Sarah Shaw from Exeter Deaf Academy and Ben Tisdall from Sportiva Events celebrate the launch of their partnership in Exmouth.

Take on a Tri to support young Deaf lives

Exeter Deaf Academy is delighted to partner with local Devon based Sportiva Events, to support the new Adult and Junior Triathlon events coming to...

Sign language and technology

What are the intellectual and technological breakthroughs that have liberated the Deaf community from isolation? The earliest reference to the Deaf using Sign is in...