Articles & Interviews

The Future is Bright – FREE Learning Support for Deaf Students in Higher Education

The Future is Bright – FREE Learning Support for Deaf Students in Higher Education

There’s a worryingly low number of deaf Students in higher education. At Deaf Unity, our mission is to change this, and provide the support and empowerment deaf learners need to pursue the education they want. Find out more about our FREE information days taking place soon!

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Education, Education/Training No Comments

Interview with VoluntEars founders, Richard Clowes & Nicolas Hall

Interview with VoluntEars founders, Richard Clowes & Nicolas Hall

We interview the founders of the fantastic organisation, VoluntEars which provides specialist, once-in-a-lifetime volunteer trips overseas for the D/deaf & hard of hearing.

Filed in: Community, International, News, Volunteering No Comments

Interview with Deaf Unity Mentor Trainer, Penny Beschizza

Interview with Deaf Unity Mentor Trainer, Penny Beschizza

Penny Beschizza is Deaf Unity’s appointed trainer for our Motivating & Inspiring Young Deaf Learners mentor training days. We find out more about her background working with the deaf community and how she hopes to make a difference.

Filed in: Career, Deaf Awareness, Deaf Learners, Education, Motivating & Inspiring Young Deaf Learners Project 1 Comment


Feed Your Brain for a Healthy Mind

Feed Your Brain for a Healthy Mind

Anxiety is a common problem for people with deafness. In this article, nutritionist Jeanann Doyle shares her advice on looking after your emotional well-being through diet and nutrition.

Filed in: Deaf Awareness, Deaf tips, Health 3 Comments

Benefits of Being a Mentor

Benefits of Being a Mentor

Have you ever considered how being a mentor could benefit YOU? We explore the top reasons why becoming a mentor could be a life changing experience – not only for the mentee, but you as well!

Filed in: Career, Deaf Awareness, Motivating & Inspiring Young Deaf Learners Project No Comments

Why is it Difficult for Deaf People to Gain Employment and Support?

Why is it Difficult for Deaf People to Gain Employment and Support?

One anonymous writer talks about their (frustrating) experience trying to find employment through the job centre and employment agencies, and encourages other deaf people to keep on trying when the going gets tough.

Filed in: Employment 2 Comments


When Tinnitus Stole My Silence

When Tinnitus Stole My Silence

Our editor, Tamara reveals her difficulties with tinnitus, and how she’s learned to cope and see the positive side to living with this challenging condition…

Filed in: Deaf Awareness, Health No Comments

Subtitled Cinema & Me

Subtitled Cinema & Me

Deaf blogger, Ellie Parfitt explores her frustrations with the world of cinema, and how the severe lack of subtitled film showings continues to be a major obstacle for the deaf community.

Filed in: Art & Films, Deaf Awareness, Deaf blogger 10 Comments

Interview with Julie McElroy on Her Achievements as Deaf Learner

Interview with Julie McElroy on Her Achievements as Deaf Learner

We interview Julie McElroy who, despite her hearing loss and Cerebral Palsy, has soared through higher education. She also has a number of achievements under her belt as a Scottish campaigner.

Filed in: Deaf Graduates, Deaf Learners, Deaf tips, Education No Comments


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