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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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Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) from the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi). The QPM is the UK’s only independent quality performance mark for organisations

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) has launched three new sets of information resources in time for Deaf Awareness Week for teachers, children and young people focusing on deaf awareness and communication.

For the first time deaf young people will be able to use new

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A 24-year-old man has been left with facial injuries, a snapped tooth and hearing loss after he was attacked in Durham City Centre.

He was pushed to the ground and punched by two males whilst on a night out – on 2 April. The assault took place on Silver Street at 9pm.

The punch to his right ear knocked him to the ground.

The Government is failing in its duty of care to disabled people, said a Lords report published last week.

The House of Lords Equality Act 2010 and Disability Committee has been investigating the Equality Act and its impact on disabled people.

From taxi drivers refusing to take disabled people, to â€?disgraceful’

Martin Garrix recently staged a concert that turned the Dutch DJ’s music into an extrasensory experience for the dance-loving deaf community. For the performance, Garrix partnered with 7-Up to create “Music Lifts You Up,” with the resulting video from the gig premiering during Ultra Fest in Miami and on Crave Online.


As if the advent of the organisation’s 175th anniversary wasn’t enough, the team at the Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) have had another reason to celebrate recently – thanks to the news that the charity has been awarded the prestigious

Dr Who actress, Sophie Stone is calling on all young deaf actors, dancers and musicians to take the very last opportunity to showcase their performance skills in the National Deaf Children’s Society’s competition Raising the Bar.

Entrants to the competition (8 to 18-year-olds) have less than a week left, until 6 March 2016, to create

Those people with no hearing difficulties rarely give any thought to what it would be like to have to rely on lipreading to communicate with others. But a new video makes people stop and think about it.

Many of the 11 million people (according the Action on Hearing Loss) in the UK who have some form of hearing loss depend on

Members of the Deaf community, along with friends, family and colleagues, were out in force on 11 February at the awards ceremony held to mark the 175th anniversary of the Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD).

More than 370 nominees, sponsors, RAD employees and guests

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shock Decision by owner to close the

Israeli philanthropist donates to help

A number of cold callers in Kent are

New start up in Lebanon launches apps in USA

National Theatre will provide glasses with

de Montfort launches video to explain the

Charity workers not guaranteed hours

Developed by Scottish Sensory Centre

Man loses five figure sum

Kidknapped acquaintance and hacked up her

Cuts hit disabled people hardest

Rider raises funds for BTA