Articles & Interviews
Welcome to our Articles & Interviews section. Here you’ll find lots of deaf stories and articles on deafness and important goings-on within the community. Keep reading for handy deaf-related tips and advice, as well as interviews with inspirational individuals who have pursued exciting projects and careers.
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This month, profoundly deaf sportsman and budding autobiographist Brian Kokoruwe shares his GB sporting triumphs and his best deaf tips.
With the school year ending, or fizzling out, and a new one starting, some parents might be making choices about the next school your deaf child will attend. You may be seeing phrases like ‘oral’, […]
Travel Tips for the Deaf Community During COVID-19 It’s summertime and normally we’d be looking forward to a much-deserved holiday break, only this year it will be very different. It goes without saying that the […]
We’ve put together a guide to help parents of deaf children navigate the summer holidays, from activities and learning you can do at home, to getting outside. Plus, mental health tips from Deaf4Deaf’s Victoria Nelson.
During the pandemic, Zoom video calling has become an integral part of our social, professional and educational lives. Virtual activities like workout classes, seminars and meetings have become increasingly popular, but they can prove difficult […]
Want to diversify your feed? Here’s 7 inspiring social media accounts about deafness to follow, from both the UK and the US.
Preparing for a job interview is daunting, especially if you’re deaf. Here’s some tips on getting prepped to make sure you shine on the day.
These 7 teaching strategies will help empower your deaf students to do their best in school and set them up for success at college, university and in the workplace.
This month, BSL teacher and father to two profoundly deaf children; Andrew Belcher shares his story, his children’s education struggles and his best advice for deaf families.