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Listen Up is a Visit England initiative to to improve accessibility in businesses
A deaf friendly assessment visit to Dudley Zoo
Press Release about the upcoming Signature Awards
Attitude to deafness varies, in my experience it makes all the difference.
Louis Long is a Deaf wrestler in the USA fighting his way towards professional status.
When deaf people are involved in a car crash, we expect more from our emergency services in respect of help and understanding
All Wales Standards for Communication with patients with sensory loss, seems to have bypassed my doctor's surgery
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!
Remembrance weekend access to an on-line data base to research family history
National charity teams up with CBeebies and Remark Media to launch 2014’s prestigious Signature deaf and deafblind awards
Public awareness of the new Standards will improve through information cards being made available
Becoming Hard of Hearing later in life has all sorts of implications, the inability to enjoy music being one of them
Hearing Therapist Nicola George brings an approach to her work that really defines public service!
New app for smartphones can listen to your surroundings and alert you to alarms or other noises.
UK Charity Hearing Link, announce their plans to celebrate Deaf Awareness Week
Delegates from DEAFvibe have been invited to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 10th June 2014
Sky's discriminatory decision making highlights ignorance about Deaf and HoH customers
Hearing Link raise awareness of hearing loops
Andre Ferguson launches Meaka Bears to fill the gap in local deaf services
Isolating deaf students cab be one of the impacts of a lack of deaf awareness within a college setting
The banking sector is behind the game on deaf awareness, now one Building Society is seeking to make sweeping improvements.
90 years old David Hogan recalls his involvement in the D-Day landings
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.
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
At 18 Deaf golfing champion Paul Waring is taking the golfing scene by storm
With staff learning BSL, the Principality wanted to go one step further to support deaf people in Wales
Now Hard of Hearing, Ernie reflects on his time growing up during the war
Setting up the country's first PLOD, Sgt Barham leads the way on deaf friendly communication
Studying for her PhD at Nottingham University, Sarah's research should aid understanding of the issues involved
Young students get far more from their BSL course than they ever imagined
Used commonly to criticise being ignored, everyone should know action is needed to prevent isolation of Deaf people
Mis-reading Australian Sign Language triggers offensive and ignorant derision
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
Action on Hearing Loss Cymru Excellence Awards recognised the work of a small number of organisations to become more deaf friendly
A minimalist attitude to training in deafness has the potential to do more harm than good
First Glasgow responds to Deaf customer communication needs
20 years old, Deaf Friendly Business Solutions delivers high quality programmes excelling in Deaf Friendly training
This week's report by Professor Stewart captures many of the issues the Deaf community have been arguing for, for years.
Excluded through people's ignorance and lack of interest in deafness growing up, I'm now determined to make the most of new opportunities
Making an organisation Deaf-Friendly is progressive and inclusive
An ambitious road racing cyclist, Sol Warwick has high hopes of a successful professional sporting career
Having a BSL interpreter on stage and moving around the set, is a step up in accessible live shows