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The National Deaf Children’s Society has helped BT to promote its Next Generation Text (NGT) app, which supports deaf people to communicate independently. Deaf young people from Blanche Neville School worked with the

Sunday 19 June at 00:00

The national deafblind charity, Sense, has produced an instructional video for sport coaches and instructors, aimed at giving them more confidence in working with people who are deafblind.
The four-minute video, which features sport instructors offering their top tips on making

 
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What's the relationship between deaf people and music?
Willow Yamauchi - who's deaf in one ear - explores this in her documentary, “Deaf Jam.”

The video is interpreted by American Sign Language - English Interpreter, Kathy Munro

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National Deaf Children’s Society is supporting Anti-Bullying Week 2014 with the launch of a video featuring a 16 year old deaf boy providing tips on how to handle and prevent bullying.

Ammaar Hussein, who stars in the video, has a Profound Sensori Neural hearing loss and wears two hearing aids. He offers advice to young people,

A doctor from the South Indian state of Kerala has developed a free app for the deaf which has been recognised and rewarded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US.

Dr Sharon Baisil, a medical doctor who was trained in the

This is the moment a registered blind man was shoved onto the tracks during a violent confrontation at Chelmsford railway station.

The CCTV footage, released by the British Transport Police shows Daniel Webster, 23, attack and then push the 31-year-old victim, who is also registered deaf, onto the tracks:

Webster, from

ReSound launches the world’s only smart super power hearing solution expanding the possibilities to communicate and engage for people with severe and profound hearing loss.

Shortly after the successful launch of ReSound LiNX™, the world’s smartest hearing aid, ReSound launches ReSound ENZO, developed to take full advantage of

Interpreters and translators form a large part of everyday life for Deaf people in interaction with hearing communities.  The effects of this on how they are perceived by others - and in turn how Deaf people see themselves - is to be investigated by a team of researchers in Edinburgh and Manchester.
 
The BSL/English

Now anyone with an interest in British Sign Language (BSL) will have access to the first ever usage-based dictionary created at one of the world’s leading research Universities.

The dictionary has been developed by academics at the Deafness Cognition and Language (DCAL) Research Centre based at University College London. The signs

Highlights of the recent Miss & Mister Deaf International London 2014

The Parliamentary and Health Ombudsman (PHSO) have signed up to the SignVideo BSL Live service to make it easier for BSL users to contact them. On their main page at www.ombudsman.org.uk you will find a 'Video link for BSL users'. When you click on it, you will be connected to a professional, qualified and fully confidential SignVideo BSL

If there’s one thing the kids from Deaf Film Camp want you to come away with after watching the video they made of the Pharrell Williams’ “Happy,” it’s that they have no problem dancing and feeling music — even if they can’t hear a single note.

A video of the campers, their counselors and teachers performing the megahit song in

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Ayumi Hamasaki lost her hearing in the left

Fujitsu develop device to help transmit

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Brenda Jo Brueggeman's views on how she

Amie Sankoh sent to the USA by her father

Charity workers not guaranteed hours

Man loses five figure sum

Kidknapped acquaintance and hacked up her

Cuts hit disabled people hardest

Rider raises funds for BTA