Articles & Interviews
Deaf clubs provide a safe space for deaf people to socialise, access support and learn new skills, but many are facing closure. Here’s why they’re important to the deaf community, and how they could help you.
If you are a Deaf student applying for university you need to arm yourself with the best tips and advice to help you get the most out of your uni experience.
Each month we invite an inspirational deaf role model to share their story and their best deaf tips. This month, founder of Deaf Unity Abdi Gas talks deaf education, sign language, and why he decided to set-up Deaf Unity.
Please scroll down for the BSL translation of this article. The COVID-19 global pandemic and ongoing lockdown restrictions have forced most of us to change the way we live and creatively adapt to the crisis. […]
Jessica is training to become a clinical psychologist at Lancaster University in the UK. As part of her training, she’s doing a research project exploring wellbeing in deaf adults, a topic that we currently don’t […]
Transcript What was your experience of Further and Higher Education as a Deaf person? I have two degrees (Anatomy then Medicine), and I did struggle more in the first one because I had just left a […]
Winter is here and whilst it’s fun to wrap up warm and explore the frosty landscapes, cold weather can cause issues for your ears, hearing, and hearing aids. Here’s some top tips from Paul Harrison, […]
What was your experience of Further and Higher Education as a person with hearing loss? I was diagnosed with moderate hearing loss as a toddler, but was not given hearing aids. Throughout primary and secondary […]
After completing my master’s degree I fell into work quite quickly, through a leadership scheme I had been involved in as an undergraduate. The organisation was a charity with a specialism in disability rights and […]