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Learning Sign Language

How useful would it be if lots of people learnt a little bit of sign language? How easy would it be to achieve this? Is it more important to develop potentially high quality sign language interpreters? Are these two […]

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Deaf Awareness

Deaf people can be easily misunderstood or underestimated by hearing people. Even when there is good will the efforts of hearing people to befriend and support the Deaf can be ineffective, shallow and embarrassing if […]

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Deaf Graduate Jobs

Why is it so difficult for Deaf graduates to find their first job? What can they do to improve their prospects in the real world competing in an open job market? CONTACT US by clicking here with […]

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Access to Work UK

Have you heard of a Deaf person having the experience of being let down by the confusing and inaccessible red tape associated with ATW, for something like an interview or training? Or can you say […]

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Technology to help Deaf

What are the most useful technologies available to Deaf people today? What prevents these technologies from being more useful? Can the situation be improved? CONTACT US by clicking  here or leave a comment below with your own ideas and […]

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Deaf BSL users can help

Why do you think it is important for Deaf BSL users to get involved with supporting Deaf people around the world? CONTACT US by clicking  here or leave a comment below with your own ideas […]

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