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Bridgend County Borough Council offering Deaf Friendly Services
Our DeafBiz Blog - The Hidden Disability
Up-skilling staff with deaf awareness and basic BSL improves customer services
Bridgend County Council are taking steps to becoming more and more deaf friendly
Remembrance Sunday - interpreter provided at Walsall
All Wales Standards for Communication with patients with sensory loss, seems to have bypassed my doctor's surgery
Fed up of using the phone for customer support and make enquiries - we have a quick look at online 'live chat' facilities.
Deaf Basketball Sessions every week with Qualified Coach and Interpreter support
Two Deaf men based in Texas, USA have recently started their own smart mail scanning and forwarding service.
Deaf, Richard Webb-Stevens works for the London Ambulance Service and patrols the streets every day waiting to respond to emergency calls
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
Andre Ferguson launches Meaka Bears to fill the gap in local deaf services
Canadian Scott Caldwell is Hard of Hearing, he is also a successful paramedic in a busy area in Toronto
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
Having been recognised for their voluntary service, DEAFvibe group enjoy tea with the Royal family
Introducing the i-Local facility, the Council want Deaf residents to know about their deaf friendly services
Setting up the country's first PLOD, Sgt Barham leads the way on deaf friendly communication
Advice, information and products all brought together under one roof in Cardiff Expo
Concerns raised over the protection of deaf children as report finds them ‘invisible’ to local authority social care teams
NDCS Report highlights the plight of Deaf children
This week's report by Professor Stewart captures many of the issues the Deaf community have been arguing for, for years.