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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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An animated film by award-winning artist Martin Pickles entitled “I had no idea” featuring the undergraduate Natasha talking about her experience of being disabled in the workplace can be found at

Talented disabled students from

Seventeen-year-old Daniil Frants and his buddies hope to help the hard-of-hearing engage in naturally flowing conversations.

It’s a common misconception that most hearing-impaired people can easily read lips. But while many are indeed practiced lip readers, only 30 to 40 percent of English can be understood through watching the mouth.

The Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland has given �5,000 to Great Britain’s women’s deaf football team to enable them to take part in the Deaf World Cup in Italy.

The team’s campaign will cost �20,000 and a

The Scottish Government has today announced plans to recruit ten Deaf BSL users to the British Sign Language (BSL) National Advisory Group (NAG), which will advise Scottish Ministers on what should be included in the first BSL National Plan.

Two places on the group will

To commemorate their 175th birthday, the Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD), is hosting the RAD 175 Birthday Honours gala awards ceremony. All that is great about Deaf history, language and culture will be celebrated on this memorable occasion.

The shortlisted

Santander has signed an agreement with SignVideo to launch a Video Relay Service for the British Sign Language community.

The service is available for all account servicing, supporting customers with many of their day to

A combination of new visual and touch techniques could enhance the experience of deaf musicians, researchers say.

“Traditional waveform representations are unable to truly describe what music actually sounds like. There are much more subtle characteristics of sound that may be better represented visually, for example, by using simple

A video of a “moving and beautiful” ceremony of a deaf couple who wed in Limerick city last weekend is touching the hearts of thousands of people online.

The wedding of Tara Long, 26, from Kileely in Limerick, and Timmy Doona, from Killorglin in Kerry, who are both deaf, left the congregation in tears of joy in St John’s Cathedral in

The revival of Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater’s musical ”Spring Awakening” opened this week at the Brooks-Atkinson Theatre where nearly the entire company, composed of more than 20 performers, both deaf and hearing, celebrated a Broadway debut.

This video is courtesy of TheaterMania, who caught up with Austin P. McKenzie and Sandra

The British Deaf Association (BDA) is calling for people across the country to raise awareness of its 125 Anniversary by taking part in its #WheelsUp4BSL campaign.

Following the charity’s recent record attempt for the most people performing simultaneous bicycle wheelies, BDA is calling for people across the country to attempt their

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Israeli philanthropist donates to help

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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