Resources

Here is a list of useful resources on various support groups, events and organisations designed to support deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Please feel free to recommend any that you think will be of value to the deaf community. You can suggest a resource here.

 

Ungrouped resources

6 techniques to help deal with difficult people

6 techniques to help deal with difficult people

This simple resource can be used in employment an/or with service delivery situations.There is also a simple brief explaining how you could use it in a training session

Filed in: Uncategorized

Hearing Impairment Pack for Students

Hearing Impairment Pack for Students

A handy starter kit for deaf students new to university created by Oxford University

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Education

How To Make A Support Guide For University

How To Make A Support Guide For University

A template that can be used by deaf students new to university

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Education

Inclusive Britain

Inclusive Britain

Inclusive Britain lists all the venues, attractions and services nationwide that are accessible to people with disabilities - including hearing loss. Find out more...

Filed in: Art & Films, Social, Theatre

Remark! Interpreting

Remark! Interpreting

Remark! Interpreting is the UK's largest Deaf-run company with services ranging from British Sign Language interpreting, training, domiciliary care and meeting/conference room hire...

Filed in: BSL, Interpreting, Lip reading

Sample letters to complain to AtW and ICE

Sample letters to complain to AtW and ICE

Sample letters to help you ask AtW to reconsider, to complain to AtW, DWP and ICE, and to inform your MP.

Filed in: Uncategorized

Signworld – BSL Learning and Teaching Resources Website

Signworld – BSL Learning and Teaching Resources Website

Signworld offers BSL learning and teaching resources for all levels of BSL. Can support both Signature and iBSL routes to qualification.

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Parent, Teacher

Summary Report of UK’s first Deaf Careers Fair, 2014

Summary Report of UK’s first Deaf Careers Fair, 2014

This is a summary of the event along with main highlights from each of the speakers on the day.

Filed in: Charity, Community, Conference, Education, Education/Training, Employment

Volunteer Overseas with VoluntEars

Volunteer Overseas with VoluntEars

Take the trip of a lifetime to support deaf communities overseas.

Filed in: Charity, Volunteering

Working with Hearing Impaired Students who use Radio Aids

Working with Hearing Impaired Students who use Radio Aids

A resource created by Oxford University's disability service about technical communication aids for deaf students

Filed in: Assistive Technology, Deaf Learners, Education

cSeeker – Clear Communication, Clear Education

cSeeker – Clear Communication, Clear Education

cSeeker is a brand new website linking deaf and HoH individuals with language communication support professionals. Whatever your needs, you can rely on cSeeker for fast and reliable support services.

Filed in: Community, Deaf tips, Education/Training, Interpreting

Education

ATLA – Association of Teachers of Lip Reading for Adults

ATLA – Association of Teachers of Lip Reading for Adults

The Association of Teachers of Lip Reading for Adults is a registered charity which promotes lip reading as an essential skill for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Filed in: Education/Training, Lip reading, Training

City Lit – Centre for Deaf Education

City Lit – Centre for Deaf Education

City Lit College based in London's Covent Garden has a specialist Centre for Deaf Education and offers a range of courses and learning support to the deaf and hard of hearing.

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Education, Education/Training

Information for Staff Working with Deaf or Hearing Impaired Students

Information for Staff Working with Deaf or Hearing Impaired Students

Advice for academic staff about categories of deafness, teaching and communication tips, and technical and human supports that can be used by deaf students to support their learning.

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Education

UCLU Sign Language Society

UCLU Sign Language Society

If you’re interested in learning sign language, you can have lessons at the University College London (UCL) with fully qualified teachers.

Filed in: BSL, Education/Training

Research

A Comparative Study of Empowerment and Access of the Deaf Communities in the UK and USA

A Comparative Study of Empowerment and Access of the Deaf Communities in the UK and USA

Research into differences in provision and makeup of the Deaf communities in the US compared with the UK

Filed in: Uncategorized

Ungrouped resources

Deaf Business Newsletter

Summary of the deaf business website.

Filed in: Business

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