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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

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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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Determined to show people that shouting isn’t the way to communicate with someone who’s deaf, Denis Miko is encouraging others to learn sign language.

The 18-year-old from Margate in Kent attends the Royal School for Deaf Children and is one of an estimated 156,000 people who use British Sign Language at home in the UK.

The Scottish Government was formed after the May 5, 2011 parliamentary election at which the SNP gained a clear majority with 69 of the 129 seats at Holyrood and a mandate to govern until the next election in 2016.

The upcoming referendum that is in the news and on everybody's minds will be held in a month, on 18 September 2014.

Watch highlights of Great Britain vs Sweden for European Deaf Football Qualifying Group (EDSO).

Video courtesy of Richard Weinbaum.

A new cinema trailer promoting awareness of accessible cinema screenings is due to hit UK screens later this month.
 
The UK cinema sector is a world leader in the provision of subtitled and audio described screenings for those with a hearing or visual impairment. Following the conversion of all sites to digital projection

Watch BSL narrated highlights of the National Deaf Twenty20 Cup tournament, video put together by Richard Weinbaum.

For hearing aid wearers, induction loops are life-savers. Just by switching your hearing aid to its T-coil setting and working in tandem with a fully functioning induction loop, it offers a whole new world of opportunity.

During 2013, Hearing Link successfully piloted a scheme called 'Let’s Loop Eastbourne'. Working with the local

Music has inspired, entertained, comforted and moved us for thousands of years. But it is only recently that science has begun to shed light on the incredible impact that music and other art forms can have on the mind, brain and body.

The Musical Brain encourages dialogue between science and the arts.  Since 2012 we have been

When it comes to enjoying events like a trip to the planetarium, there's a whole segment of the population incapable of appreciating their tour of outer space.

With the lights off, deaf students can't see the sign language interpreters in front of the room, but with the lights on, they can't lose themselves in the constellations of

Leicester Police have released a BSL video for Deaf Awareness Week 2014.

Emma Gilbert, a Detective Sergeant, manages Police Link Officers for Deaf People, or PLOD,  and the video shows her signing about the PLOD service, which helps Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and deafblind people to feel safe.

Leicestershire’s

Internationally known Finnish sign language rapper Signmark has released his third album after a four-year hiatus. After cementing his switchover from Finnish to American Sign Language the rapper, originally Marko Vuoriheimo, ventures into uncharted territory with a number in southern Chinese sign language.

Signmark had his

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