Thursday 07 July at 15:00

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

BSL Videos Video

A summary of events at the 2013 Deaflympics in Sofia, Bulgaria.

FaceTime is part of our daily lives and it’s a very useful tool for Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. That’s what makes iPhone a better smartphone than other smartphones such as Android, Windows, and BlackBerry.

FaceTime is an integrated video chat feature that is built-in along with the iOS, you do not need to install a third party

Friday 2 August 2013

Presented by Jane Atkinson – Day 6 of the Sofia 2013 Deaflympic Updates covers: Bethan Lishman in the Hammer, Tennis, Karate, Tom Smith in Cycling and see how Lauren Peffers gets on in the final of the Women’s 400m…

Daily highlights of the 2013 Sofia Deaflympics are brought to you from the, the home of

The opening ceremony of the Deaflympics 2013 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

You can watch the second part of the ceremony here.

Watch the moment that Melanie Jewett wins Great Britain’s first medal at the 2013 Deaflympics in Sofia.

The runner won bronze in the Women’s marathon and the happiness at her sucess is evident as she crosses the line.

It will also, hopefully, be the first of many medals for GB at the games and Hearing Times will bring you

After lighting a flame at Stade Pershing in Paris, home of the world’s first Silent Games in 1924, deaf cyclists carried the flame to the Bistrot de la Porte Dor�e. It was at this caf� that deaf sports leaders first had the idea for the games. From Paris, the flame will be carried to Sofia, in time for the opening ceremony of the Deaflympics.

A new film featuring deaf, deafened and hard of hearing theatregoers talking about their experience of captioning has been produced by STAGETEXT.

Getting More Theatre For Your Bucks aims to raise awareness of captioned performances among the many thousands of audience members who find they miss what’s being said or sung, but who

A video emerged online of an ASL interpreter going HAM during Wu-Tang Clan’s set. The video got picked up by Gawker, Stereogum, and all sorts of other Important Internet Blogs, celebrating this woman who is 100% dedicated to her craft—so much so that she’s almost more fun to watch than Wu-Tang themselves.

This woman’s name is Holly

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, the charity that

After distributing hearing aids in Delhi, a Starkey India employee visits a school for the hearing impaired to see if the devices are working properly. Routine check ups are an integral part of the Starkey Hearing Foundation.

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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

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Kidknapped acquaintance and hacked up her

Cuts hit disabled people hardest

Rider raises funds for BTA