Articles & Interviews

Bridging the Deaf and Disabled Employment Gap

Bridging the Deaf and Disabled Employment Gap

Following the announcement of the Deaf and Disabilities Careers Fair 2016, Alasdair Grant explains how engagement between employers and deaf job seekers is key to bridging the employment gap…

Filed in: Career, Community, Deaf Awareness, Deaf Graduates, Employment 1 Comment

How is Deafness Affecting Your Mental Health?

How is Deafness Affecting Your Mental Health?

In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, Deaf Unity explores the link between deafness and mental health, and how you can take better care of your emotional well-being when times get tough.

Filed in: Deaf Awareness, Employment, Health 7 Comments

Interview with Ai-Media – Experts in Captioning & Transcription Solutions

Interview with Ai-Media – Experts in Captioning & Transcription Solutions

Ai-Media is a leading provider of live captioning and transcription solutions, dedicated to improving the lives of deaf and HoH students and employees across the globe. In our interview we find out about their great products.

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Top 10 Apps For Deaf People – Free Downloads to Change Your Life

Top 10 Apps For Deaf People – Free Downloads to Change Your Life

We round-up the top 10 apps for deaf and hard of hearing people, including entertainment apps, handy travel tools and transcription apps. Find out more…

Filed in: Deaf tips 17 Comments

A New Leash on Life – Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

A New Leash on Life – Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a charity dedicated to pairing the perfect pup with deaf people; changing their lives for the better through companionship and assistance. Find out more…

Filed in: Charity, Community, Deaf Awareness No Comments

Deaf-Friendly Bike Ride – Pedal to the Pebbles with Hamilton Lodge School and College

Deaf-Friendly Bike Ride – Pedal to the Pebbles with Hamilton Lodge School and College

Enjoy cycling? This June, join volunteers, fundraisers, avid cyclists and members of the Deaf community on a picturesque route through rural Surrey and Sussex – all in the aid of raising valuable funds for Hamilton Lodge School & College.

Filed in: Charity, Community, Events No Comments


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 2 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


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