Articles & Interviews

How Social Media Empowers and Connects People – D/deaf and Hearing

How Social Media Empowers and Connects People – D/deaf and Hearing

Although I did not grow up with the technology available today, I can appreciate the positive and negative effects it has had on the Deaf Community and will share some of my observations from being […]

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5 fantastic reasons why you should learn British Sign Language

5 fantastic reasons why you should learn British Sign Language

British Sign Language (BSL) has been in use for hundreds of years. English Physician and Philosopher John Bulwar dedicated his book Philocophus (1648) to two deaf brothers. His earlier book, Chirologia (1644) describes signs and […]

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The Voice

The Voice

What if you grew up not trusting your own voice?  Something you had to learn to build and battle to own for most of your life. I could not speak or write perfect English. So […]

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Interview on Educational Journey and Choices – with Natalie Delgado-Grace

Interview on Educational Journey and Choices – with Natalie Delgado-Grace

What was your experience in a mainstream school in general? My experience in my private school  (and later my public school) was more positive than not. However, I did not have any accommodations at all. […]

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An interview with Lizzie Ward, author of ‘Fragments – Essays and Philosophies’

An interview with Lizzie Ward, author of ‘Fragments – Essays and Philosophies’

Tell us about yourself, your interests and what you’re passionate about. I’m a deaf author, freelance journalist, activist, blogger and editor. I live in London with my husband Daniel, and our cat, Coco (short for […]

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10 Top Tips to Help You Succeed as a Deaf Entrepreneur

10 Top Tips to Help You Succeed as a Deaf Entrepreneur

AUTHOR: JO MCCARTHY The concept of working a traditional 9-5 is becoming more unpopular, with many people taking on the challenge to be self-employed. A Google search for ‘How to Set Up a Business‘ returned […]

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Interview with cSeeker co-founder and DBA member, Guy Orlov

Interview with cSeeker co-founder and DBA member, Guy Orlov

Exclusive interview with deaf entrepreneur Guy Orlov who co-founded cSeeker and is now a member of the Deaf Business Academy. Find out his top tips for setting up your own business and how he’s supporting d/Deaf learners and graduates…

Filed in: Career, Community, Deaf Graduates, Deaf Learners, Education, Employment 1 Comment

Debunked: Top 8 myths about deafness you need to know

Debunked: Top 8 myths about deafness you need to know

With so many myths and misconceptions about deafness doing the rounds, it’s no wonder people misunderstand what it’s like to have hearing loss. In this article we debunk the 8 biggest falsehoods about deaf people…

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Interview with signing choir, Hands 4 Voices member, Laura-Jayne Greene

Interview with signing choir, Hands 4 Voices member, Laura-Jayne Greene

Laura-Jayne Greene is a member of the Essex-based singing choir, Hands 4 Voices, which is a mixture of deaf, HoH and hearing members. Here we chat to her about the choir’s BSL performances, and how her time with the choir has helped her to feel proud of her deafness…

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