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Fire safety is important for Deaf people, here we discuss one of the services offered by one Fire Service
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Seeking activities that are deaf friendly for families and groups, Sarah visited Bath Races for a Summer meeting. This is her story.
Age related deafness can leave people confused, isolated and lonely
In search of deaf friendly activities for couples and families, Sarah visited Castle Combe Race Track during the Retro weekend. Well sign posted, with plenty of space, it turned out to be a great day of fun.
Hearing Dogs for the Deaf, enjoying working with Pam St Clement as part of the 'Deaf for the Day' campaign.
During a weekend break Sarah visited Pinnocks Coffee House in Ripley, Surrey. She was delighted to find the staff were deaf aware and one of the partners fluent in BSL. It made for a relaxing and enjoyable visit!
Students from Exeter Deaf College fight for the right to access specialist education!
The Welsh Assembly Government have introduced new national standards for communication for people with sensory loss using NHS services
Sean Midnight is a Deaf wrestler aiming for the big time
A preview of the 4 Nations Deaf Golf Championships being held in August 2013
Listen Up is a Visit England initiative to to improve accessibility in businesses
Theatres have taken great strides in opening up some performances to people who are deaf, here Jeff discusses some of those developments
An interview with the people behind the Deaf Sports Personality of the Year Awards, DSPY
Golf Development Wales seeks to develop the health of golf in Wales, and here we discuss a programme to attract deaf golfers
Gerry Hughes successfully circumnavigated the world in one of the most remarkable feats of achievement by any Deaf man in history
A young Deaf woman, Jean has set herself up with a hairdressing business and has greater ambitions
Scott Gathwaite, also known as the Punk Chef, presents his cookery shows in BSL. Here Sarah talks about his up-bringing and his culinary skills
Susie Evans is deaf, multiple medal winner in karate and an Olympic Torch Bearer
Deaf and from Ireland Tony Padden made his way as a gentelmen's tailor, culminating in his work at Harrods
A regular look at Deaf technology, Karl talks about subtitles on You Tube
Deaf travellers Heather and Tammy visited Tokyo. This is what they made of it
Using fun family walks to get some exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle
Wendy sets out some advice to readers who have written in asking for help
A brief look at the history of the Deaflympics and the upcoming 2013 Games
A brief introduction to Lip-Speaking
We visited Manor House Wildlife Park in South Wales and found plenty that was deaf friendly.
Tessa Padden from Signworld visited Iran and here she describes her experience
Karl Jenkins takes a look at the 'new lines of communication', available through the introduction of new technology
Up-skilling staff with deaf awareness and basic BSL improves customer services
An article discussing the merits of photography and the action of one tutor to make his business deaf friendly
Robin Watts is 18 years of age and briefly explains some of the issues faced by a deaf girl growing up
The NRCPD Interpreter's Code of Practice explained
The BBC unveiled a police officer learning BSL as part of the Police 24/7 programme. PC Handy tells us why
Deaf from birth, Michael Hubbs is a US speed skater working tirelessly to make the Olympic Team
Against an agonising background, the highly professional Tom Smith shows his metal
Background music causes havoc to Cochlear Implants, but as Gaynor explains, it's not just deaf people who don't like it
Deaf Football in Britain has a long and proud history
At 18 years of age Anne-Julie Pelletier-Lampert left France for London in pursuit of her ambition to become one of the few Deaf teachers that practice in the UK
Andie Vowles is a Deaf personal trainer and will be providing some advice and guidance to help you get fit and stay healthy
The Punk Chef talks about the importance of making cooking a family activity.
A deaf friendly assessment visit to Dudley Zoo
In their 10th year since formation, the Fulham Deaf Football Club has proved a great success
Basic Human Rights of Deaf Children being denied around the world
Bridgend County Council are taking steps to becoming more and more deaf friendly
Press Release about the upcoming Signature Awards
Deaf Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2014
Deaf Arts Festival in London
The cases of diabetes is still on the rise, but people seem unaware of the risk to serious health problems
Advances in technology are quickly changing the face of banking.
A short article briefly talking about some of the issues faced by Deaf parents of a hearing child
New App provides used car history at the touch of a button
Under good leadership and clear direction Gloucester Deaf Association offers a range of services
Remembrance Sunday - interpreter provided at Walsall
Signal is a new Shropshire Based Charity - read about their important work here!
Deaf Villages in Ireland and Jamaica provide a sanctuary for Deaf visitors
Deaf Magicians brighten the lives in Deaf Clubs around the world
In bygone years dads used to know how to make a kite with their children. We thought we would show you how
Even today some employers think its ok to discriminate.
Research shows that deaf students achieve less at school.
Deciding to have Cochlear Implants was a big decision
Attitude to deafness varies, in my experience it makes all the difference.
In an NHS setting communication is central to safety.
South African writer Gaynor Young explains why 'Movember' can be problematic
Insight 2 Drive is a new driving school operating in South Liverpool and providing deaf friendly tuition
Mat Gilbert is Deaf and here he tells us about how he is carving out a successful professional rugby career
Voice biometrics are about to be introduced but what will that mean for Deaf and Hard of Hearing customers
University students design website to host details of deaf friendly businesses in one place
Pantomime has a long and traditional history, but remains hugely popular.
New technology words create a challenge to BSL
A Deaf family man, Adam decided to give MMA cage fighting a go, he hasn't looked back since
Gaynor Young suffered an horrific fall during a stage performance. The story of her life since is enthralling and truly inspirational.
Kate Evans- Tips and Hints to take some wonderful Winter photos
Growing up Deaf in Malta and experiencing a lack of deaf awarness, Annabelle is intent of changing long held stereotypical views about the deaf
SL First looks at the success of a deaf American fashion expert and how his deafness has helped him to achieve his goals.
Dafydd Eveleigh has long since had an ambition to ride a Motorbike in Europe. Here he tells us of the joy in doing it.
With Christmas fast approaching, how about these ideas for a Christmas Gift
Deaf TV plays an important role within the deaf community. Joe Collins has been an influential figure for many years!
The arrangements behind the BSL/English interpretation during the 2012 Paralympics and the Mandela Memorial could not be more stark
Following widespread disquiet amongst the deaf community, it is good to see progress finally being made on banking accessibility.
Joshua Ledbetter tells us about the pursuit of his dream to have his own fitness and well-being business.
It's official, gardening and doing some DIY is good for you!
Deaf operators of CCTV in Mexico have delivered better outcomes
Johanna Lucht was isolated and being let down until effective communication was introduced to her life. Things changed then!
New communication standards in Wales have the potential to change NHS service delivery beyond recognition
Lou Ferrigno became Deaf early in his life, he went on to carve a great body building and acting career
Xmas special offer on the BSL Theory Test Guide for learner drivers
Louis Long is a Deaf wrestler in the USA fighting his way towards professional status.
The joy of a child's nativity play is combined with stress for some Deaf parents
Deaf workers are facing widespread reductions in their Access to Work grants - the impact could be catastrophic
With street lighting being turned off to save money, deaf dog owners face additional dangers.
When deaf people are involved in a car crash, we expect more from our emergency services in respect of help and understanding
Members of 3M and Action on Hearing Loss scale the steps of the BT Tower to highlight their work together
Cartooning has a long established history but they have their limitations for deaf topics!
The lack of subtitled films in the cinema has long been a thorn in the side of the deaf community
3M provide a forum for professionals to discuss hearing protection
Department for Work and Pensions costs for interpreters hits £20 million in 4 years and yet deaf applicants struggle to get the communication support they deserve!
The Atulyakala programme aims to bring deaf people in India with artistic talent the opportunity to flourish
Come and enjoy one of the newest Wales v England sporting rivalries
Gloucester based John Gapp has enjoyed a lifetime of entertaining audiences all over the world. We think he's just magic!
With job applications more likely to require a short video application, will this trend disadvantage some people, especially deaf applicants?
Using improvements in technology, Rita's on the River improves communication with deaf customers
Mobile phone contracts are not deaf friendly and service providers seem determined to maintain anti deaf usage plans
Youngsters from Deaf Active Cheshire attend premiere of the film they helped produce
All Wales Standards for Communication with patients with sensory loss, seems to have bypassed my doctor's surgery
It is difficult to eat healthily if you don't understand what is good and bad for you. Food labelling explained.
Wales and England Deaf Rugby teams locked horns in the world's first international match on an artificial surface with Wales running out worthy winners
Caleb McDuff is 6 years old. Deaf following an infection, he has been karting for years and aims to be the first deaf Formula One racing driver
SLFirst visited the Tank School to try it out as a deaf friendly family activity. It passed with flying colours and was so much fun!
Staff at Ridgeway Golf4All Club learn BSL in preparation for Deaf Golf Sessions
Captioned performances at the theatre make a huge difference to Deaf and Hard of Hearing audiences
Bas Lammers is 2 time KZ1 World Karting Champion. Deaf, he has signed a new deal that he hopes will take him back to the top of the podium.
Brains of adults might compensate for a temporary loss in sight by improving hearing.
Bridgend Deaf Bowls Club take on Home Counties Bowls Team 1st March 2014
The tournament is open to all Deaf and Hard of Hearing golfers and will take place on 26/27 April 2014
A visit to Bolivia provided some of the best photo opportunities experienced anywhere in the world.
Seable Holidays provide tailored activity breaks on the wonderful island of Sicily
The National Deaf Squash Championships take place on the 15th & 16th February 2014 in Manchester
Taking employment equality seriously, the India based Lemon Tree Hotel chain are an example to the world.
Sport has been a central part of deaf life for many years, here you will find the results provided to SLFirst for all UK deaf sports/sportspeople
Everton in the Community provide a significant number of sporting opportunities and runs the deaf mens and women's football teams
Richard and Joanna Turner enjoy theatre outings, and despite losing his hearing, captioned performances still allow them both to enjoy it
National charity teams up with CBeebies and Remark Media to launch 2014’s prestigious Signature deaf and deafblind awards
Open invitation to supporters of the Black Country Deaf Football Club to support their fundraising efforts
Seeking to attract teams from wide afield, the Black Country Deaf FC hope to get an exciting entry list for this event
A deaf golf competition, evening entertainment from comedian John Smith and a dance on the 13th June 2014 at Hinckley Golf Club
An introductory guide to fitness and some simple exercises by personal trainer Andie Vowles
Public awareness of the new Standards will improve through information cards being made available
Fiercely fought the Deaf Squash Champion's Crowns went to Jamie Mathews and Heather Thomas
Pope Francis to support Disability Sport event in Rome
England Deaf Golf are delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Baker as Captain of Ellesmere Port Golf Club
Finding difficulty in wearing my favourite clothes, I decided on a tough fitness programme, but early signs are wonderful
Deaf, Lynda Lewis stars in BBC 2's Great British Sewing Bee that is first aired on 18th February 2014
England Deaf Golfer Peter Baker becomes the first ever deaf golf Captain
Getting older and becoming deaf poses lots of new challenges, but who is there to give advice
Deafblind since the age of 9, James Clarke is undertaking a remarkable feat
Audiologist of the Year is now in its’ seventh year and celebrates hearing professionals who have gone above and beyond the call of duty
One of the brightest British sports prospects, Danielle hopes for more recognition for deaf sport
Lynda Lewis made an occasion out of her first appearance on the GB Sewing Bee
What is deaf culture and does it define us, divide us or isolate us
Becoming Hard of Hearing later in life has all sorts of implications, the inability to enjoy music being one of them
The explosion of downloadable films is welcome, but too few are still offered with subtitles
Sarah O'Dowd enjoys painting and does not believe deafness should prevent anyone achieving their dreams.
Midlands based Deaf wrestler Sean Midnight takes the Champions crown after a successful trip to Japan and the Philippines
Wales and England Deaf Futsal teams meet in a friendly match at the House of Sport, Cardiff on 23rd March
The hugely successful DSPY event is being held at the Ricoh Arena 29th November. Celebrating deaf achievement it is a must attend event
Approaching 50, deaf and alone, Gaynor tried internet dating to find companionship
My Daughter and I, written by Deaf mother Melissa Mostyn, will be released on 24th April 2014
Working with partners, Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education have produced resources which people can use to learn some BSL
If Deaf Centres are to have a strong future, it is important to attract youngsters today
6 years old Caleb is Deaf, wears Cochlear Implants and has just completed the first round of his racing championship
Hearing Therapist Nicola George brings an approach to her work that really defines public service!
With three race weekends behind him, deaf kart racer Bas Lammers looks forward to a successful season
The event is an opportunity to promote services to deaf, hard of hearing, deafened and Deafblind people living in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
England and Wales Deaf Futsal teams met for the first time in a friendly international at the House of Sport on Cardiff
SignHealth's 'Sick Of It' Report identifies significant problems in Deaf patients being properly diagnosed
As Part of BSL Celebration week, the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education invited role models to present to the students
Crufts is hugely popular and watched by millions of people but is it deaf friendly
With RAD's Deaf Law Centre closing, it is important that someone provides culturally aware legal advice to deaf people
Becoming Visible are moving from the Newcastle Deaf Centre to new premises with the space needed
ReSound LiNX is being launched in the UK introducing a brand new way to control the settings on their hearing aids
The National Theatre and Stagetext teamed up to provide a captioned performance of King Lear
The support needed from Access to Work took months and months, causing frustration and de-motivation
Belonging, produced by the UK's Graeae and Brazil's Circo Crescer e Viver will work across four languages: English, British Sign Language, Portuguese and Brazilian Sign Language
Deaf swimmers came from across there UK to compete in their National Championship at Loughborough University
Improved packaging should be better for their Hard of Hearing customers
Seriously injured during a theatre performance, getting involved in a production again took a lot of courage
Being Deaf does not limit ambition and Round 2 of the Bambino Tour saw 6 year old Caleb continue his karting career
Combining the provision of deaf related information with a fun activity is a winning combination
Taking place on Monday 6th - Sunday 12th October 2014 in Ede, Holland
A free event organised by the Wallace Collection with lip-speakers
New research shows Cochlear Implant technology can be used to deliver gene therapy
Over the years the absence of deaf friendly church services has been the cause of many tears
Attending Deaf Day for the first time in 40 years - I had a great time
As Allergy Awareness Week gets underway, there are calls for hay fever sufferers to get the right medication and use it correctly
Defending champions head entry for National Tennis Championships for the Deaf
Viki and Marlee Matlin become partnership champions for complete and accurate closed captions for online TV
The EDF Challenge Finals take place on 24th May at Maidstone, first game 11am k/o, second 3.30pm k/o
The British Deaf Football Cup has been contested since 1959 and this year saw Belfast regain the trophy
Both Wilcox and Simmons win singles and doubles titles
Being a Deaf sign language user in a Hearing Family can be extremely isolating
DEAFvibe's event, makes deaf friendly service and product providers readily available to the deaf community throughout Staffordshire
In the north versus south English Deaf Football league finals, St Johns overcome Sunderland
England versus Wales Deaf Rugby Teams competed for the Broadstreet Cup at Franklin Gardens, Wales winning 30 - 0
A recent report identified that deaf people are more at risk of killer diseases, here Jeanann gives some advice to reduce risk
UK Charity Hearing Link, announce their plans to celebrate Deaf Awareness Week
Accessing deaf friendly legal advice can be problematic
Round 3 of the Bambino Kart Tour took place at Shenington in Gloucestershire
Deaf, Richard Webb-Stevens works for the London Ambulance Service and patrols the streets every day waiting to respond to emergency calls
Elan Môn Gilford is a deaf youngster making the most out of every opportunity she gets
Incoming Costa Rica President commits to sign language interpretation of his events
The England Deaf Football Challenge Cup Final was contested by Doncaster and Derby Deaf football teams
The EDF Plate Final was contested between Bristol and Black Country Deaf Football Clubs on Saturday 24th May
Delegates from DEAFvibe have been invited to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 10th June 2014
Hollyoaks Star Rachel Shenton on her work acting and promoting deaf awareness
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service shows their support to Deaf Awareness Week and National Families Week
South Wales Fire Service along with many of their colleagues across the UK offer free home fire safety checks to deaf families
Deafinitely Theatre's signed production of Shakespeare's - A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Globe Theatre
An interesting talk on the history and modern day perception of disability
With the Government considering cutting NHS provided services to deaf people, community infighting prevents a united voice!
UK Deaf Cycling's Tom Smith to ride in the Tour de Formosa
Minister seeks to reassure deaf community over Access to Work concerns
Deaf Tennis players announced for the world team championships in the USA
Discussing the lack of BSL being taught in schools and whether it should be on the National Curriculum.
Medicine used to make us wee, make help with Tinnitus
Braam Jordaan reaffirms a deaf child's right to be taught in sign language at international conference.
Meet the team for the Deaf European Swimming Championships
Deaf Diabetes UK seeking to put deaf people in the picture
Becoming deaf later in life, having Cochlear Implants is still a big decision
Home Nations Deaf Bowls Championship will take place over 28/29 June in Edinburgh
Raising awareness of the all-Wales standards for accessible communication and information for people with sensory loss
Sky's discriminatory decision making highlights ignorance about Deaf and HoH customers
Generous Deaf gymnast champion runs for charity and supports deaf life
Deaf for a day John Barrowman raising awareness of Hearing Dogs for the Deaf
Hearing Link raise awareness of hearing loops
Andre Ferguson launches Meaka Bears to fill the gap in local deaf services
Communication is an essential part of life, for deaf people it is often a barrier
Research aiming to improve support in deaf child protection cases
Government plans to change support for Deaf kids builds on historical errors
The World Deaf Golf Championships in Michigan receives thumbs up from the competitors
The Music in Motion Choir raises money to sponsor lots of different deaf projects
Isolating deaf students cab be one of the impacts of a lack of deaf awareness within a college setting
A group of deaf women from Ireland have made history by completing a cross channel swim that began at the top of a mountain.
The banking sector is behind the game on deaf awareness, now one Building Society is seeking to make sweeping improvements.
With a deaf girlfriend joining a family holiday, it's important to think how best to manage communication
With the Commonwealth Games in full swing, the world's best deaf sports stars have to look on
Discussing the Mainstream, Paralympics and Deaf Sport Conundrum
Canadian Scott Caldwell is Hard of Hearing, he is also a successful paramedic in a busy area in Toronto
Free BSL guided tour of the Folkestone Triennial - an ambitious public art project
Caleb Showing the Karting World that neither being Deaf or Torrential Rain fazes him
The CODA team had a great time at this year's Sign Circle event in Preston
999 is a critical public service, it is not readily accessible to deaf people at a time when the US are opening their 911 service
Good news for deaf patients in England, accessible information is on the way
Nominated by her students Elizabeth is humbled by the award and shares her love of BSL
Local breastfeeding group arrange deaf friendly information event
Having been recognised for their voluntary service, DEAFvibe group enjoy tea with the Royal family
DDay70 brought pomp and ceremony for our veterans, SLFirst would like to see that VIP consideration all year round.
Signed and Captioned Performances Open up the Theatre to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Theatregoers
NDCS launch 6th Fingerspellathon aiming to raise funds for deaf children
This is the first Deaf FootGolf tournament held in the UK
Deaf and going to university? Here are some quick hints to assist you
Even if you are Deaf, it's important to get stuck into Fresher's Week at University
17 years old Kimberley Bruce becomes the youngest ever lawn bowls champion
Launched in 2000, STAGETEXT provide captioned performances for theatre shows and other arts programmes
Sport England and NDCS seek to improve Deaf access to swimming
GB Deaf Swimming punch above their funding weight to make their mark in Europe
Department of Health finally wakes up to the communication needs of deaf patients
One of five entrants in the final William will be jetting off to LA if he wins the competition
The Shipley and Saltaire Wellness Centre attract deaf clients through their thoughtful approach
The Kenya National Association of the Deaf has developed plans that could be life changing for the deaf community
Hearing Link promote on-line lipreading test to raise awareness
NDCS identifies gaps in audiology services when it comes to dealing with deaf children
Chris Beech has enjoyed a glittering GB Deaf Football career
Cochlear Implants, Hearing Aids, Lip Reading or Sign Language, if you're Deaf it's all about choice
Partnering with Disability Sport Wales, Golf Development Wales and Ridgeway Golf4All, Wales Deaf Golf Association seeks to attract new Deaf youngsters to the game of golf
Honoured to be part of a mini pre-European Championships tournament, the GB Deaf Football team secure the title.
Always behind the times with Deaf communication, Text Relay Service jumps forwards
New York cops challenge NYPD after being forced to retire because they wear hearing aids
At 18 Deaf golfing champion Paul Waring is taking the golfing scene by storm
Charities benefit from Rayovac's commitment to support the communities they serve
Championships will see Deaf tennis players from around the world compete for world crown
Signing golf professional Paul Aitkens opens the golfing door to hordes of deaf and disabled people
Competition for 16 and overs at the Wales National Velodrome
Deaf Friendly coffee morning at the Bridgend Branch of the Principality, inviting Deaf people to chat over a coffee and a cake
Telephone options slowly moving towards parity for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people
New technology opens the door to video interviewing of BSL/English interpreters or translators
The first UK Charity to win a Graham-Pelting Consulting funding award
Overzealous action to spelling mistakes in job applications shows ignorance of equal opportunities
Retiring from International Competition, Matthew Sykes has a lot to be proud of
Mum of deaf children finds it impossible to find BSL tuition and faces anti BSL views from teacher of the deaf
A 16 year old Deaf boy provides some tips on how to deal with bullies.
Providing deaf aware golf taster sessions draws in youngsters to give it a try
After 2 years competing in Belgium, Tom Smith returns to cycling on the roads of Britain
With staff learning BSL, the Principality wanted to go one step further to support deaf people in Wales
Experienced John Gapp wins more awards at the World Deaf Magician Festival
Finding Access to Work's approach to BSL highly regrettable, the DWP faces a challenge to make good on its anti Deaf approach
Sharing a little deaf awareness on the 12 days leading up to Christmas
The first Council in Wales to achieve the BDA award, Bridgend Council remain committed to supporting the deaf community
Setting up the country's first PLOD, Sgt Barham leads the way on deaf friendly communication
With more local clinical commissioning groups set to cut back on providing hearing aids, is the longer term cost being ignored
Passionate about British Sign Language, this young teacher is student centric
ABSLTA’s 25th anniversary saw calls for a revival of a professional focus.
Raising the Bar was developed by NDCS to make dance and music more accessible for the 45,000 deaf children and young people in the UK.
Playing their first development game the GB Deaf U23 football team perform well against seasoned opposition
With Deaf Friendly entertainment difficult to come by, captions ensured everyone could enjoy the show
Facebook has opened up an on-line community for Deaf people to get involved and to help others
When hearing turns to deafness, the world is suddenly a very different place
Producing a music video with a signed interpretation provides a powerful link between hearing and deaf people
Communication barriers in school deny deaf children equality of learning
Competing for the Broadstreet Cup, Wales run out worthy winners in a close encounter
Deaf people solve problems and George Veditz, seemed to have solved the problem of the telephone for deaf people, 100 years ago.
Drawing players from clubs all over the UK, the England Deaf Women's Rugby team, take the spoils in their first fully competitive 12-a-side match
Young students get far more from their BSL course than they ever imagined
A seasoned golf Pro, Kevin Hall is still hoping to be the first deaf competitor on the PGA Tour
Decision to put on an event for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students, marks out university as being deaf friendly
A consultation event aimed specifically to get Deaf views about Cancer Prevention
A brilliant annual event for Deaf over 50's, activities and good company add to people's enjoyment
Reflecting on his own deafness, Tony Stoyles now embraces being deaf
Run by Deaf staff for Deaf tourists, this Brazilian company guarantee a trouble free vacation
Advice, information and products all brought together under one roof in Cardiff Expo
Politics is not just what politicians do - anyone can get involved, and anyone can drive change
Deaf man was denied disability living allowance despite needing constant assistance.
Deaf and can swim 100 metres, come along to this swimming gala
Used commonly to criticise being ignored, everyone should know action is needed to prevent isolation of Deaf people
State of the art hearing aids and cochlear implants might not translate to mainstream achievements
Born profoundly Deaf, Noelle Simmons' zest for life is an inspiration
Winning the England Deaf Football League Cup, Sunderland Deaf AFC win their first trophy
If you have the benefit of a wonderful audiologist why not nominate them
Totally reliant on the experts around us, is the advice and guidance as accurate as we need it to be
Top Celebrities Reveal What Makes Their Taste Buds Tingle to Help Raise Some Dough for Deaf Children
NDCS attract celebrity support for series of events promoting Deaf Awareness Week
Enjoy motorcycling - meet friends old and new at the Deaf Bikers Rally in Great Yarmouth
Is overly complex human intelligence and strength of opinion stopping us from solving some of the most basic of problems
Ambitious to compete at an elite level in mainstream sport, our sporting ambassadors prove what can be achieved
Given life-limiting potential because of deafness, this Doctor proves how wrong the 'experts' can be.
Young, vibrant and energetic, pushing for change for Deaf people has fast become a matter of principle
A minimalist attitude to training in deafness has the potential to do more harm than good
The event was an opportunity to showcase the work of the organisation and recognise the efforts of everyone involved
Re-discovering herself, Natasha, equipped with her new Cochlear Implant, travelled to North Wales for a Women Climb weekend, and had a great time
Research by UK Deaf Sport provides a platform to improve sports access to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people across the UK
This week's report by Professor Stewart captures many of the issues the Deaf community have been arguing for, for years.
Unity used to be our strength, but is a more competitive attitude beating it out
Excluded through people's ignorance and lack of interest in deafness growing up, I'm now determined to make the most of new opportunities
World Deaf Tennis Championship organised and managed with high levels of professional competence
Making an organisation Deaf-Friendly is progressive and inclusive
For the first time ever, the Royal Shakespeare Company offer fully inclusive play to Deaf BSL audience in Stratford
Designed to encourage conversations with Deaf people, Deaf children loved the highly visual design highlighting their language
'Deaf-Friendly by Design', American construction company DePaul show what is possible when proper consideration is made
Ambitious to make a difference, Paul Scott has developed programmes in Jordan that are really making a difference
Adding value to the household, hearing dogs also support independence
Daily discrimination is a common experience for many Deaf people in their work and private lives
An ambitious road racing cyclist, Sol Warwick has high hopes of a successful professional sporting career
Florence Nightingale Mukasa puts heart and soul into working for Deaf people in Uganda
Thelma thrives in a Deaf School but fees leave her education in doubt
A futuristic new vest could allow Deaf people to feel sounds and understand what people are saying
Just 18, Grace O'Brien is made of wonderfully caring stuff.
Becoming Deaf has brought loneliness to family get togethers, even though I am amongst loved ones
Event seeks to outline the support available to Deaf BME people
Pulled together from film footage thrown in a skip, the film is a must see for anyone who is deaf