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Monday, March 1, 2021

Power in Our Hands online now (BSL)

https://vimeo.com/204640918 "Power in Our Hands", the BDA's ground-breaking feature length documentary released in 2015, is now available to watch in the comfort of your own...
emily and assessor inside car with satnav

Has letting the SatNav do the talking done the trick?

Even with interpreters – of which the DVSA confirmed it would cover the cost in 2015 – practical driving tests are stressful for deaf...

How technology is uniting and connecting the d/Deaf community

Here’s how Lingoing are using digital innovation to give the d/Deaf community a voice. Digital technology has revolutionised the way we communicate; it has made...

Virgin Media Trial Interpreters Live! Service in stores

Virgin Media have announced that their video relay service, currently available for BSL users contacting their customer care centres, will be trialled in a...

Using technology to help Sign Language users access local services

https://vimeo.com/234312760 Devon County Council has introduced a new way for users of British Sign Language (BSL) to contact them via a Video Relay Service (VRS)....
Deaf men helped NASA

‘I wanted to serve’: These deaf men helped NASA understand motion sickness in space

Extracted from The Washington Post - 5 May 2017 - By Sarah Larimer  Video above: In the 1960s, 11 men with ties to Gallaudet University...

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...
technology screen

The future of deaf technology?

Forbes magazine recently reported on four new technology products for Deaf people that were dubbed to make a splash. Andy Palmer questions whether they’d...
spotlight on deaf women health uk

Spotlight on Deaf Women Health UK

A group of woman recently got together to create a unique place for Deaf women to be able to discuss their health issues in...

10 Deaf YouTubers You Should Check Out!

If you’re looking for some new channels to watch, here’s a list of my favourite Deaf YouTubers you should check out! Most of them subtitle their videos! (cc)