Archive for ‘Assistive Technology’ Category
‘Putting myself in the driving seat’ – experience of a Deaf role model – Kim Hagen (Article/Interview)
Published: Dec 9th, 2019
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 […]
Published: Jul 16th, 2014
An interview with Eloise Garland, who is studying music at University and runs her own business, Rainbow Tubes.
Published: Jun 10th, 2014
Eloise Garland gives her take on the possible cuts facing hearing aids on the NHS.
Published: Feb 21st, 2014
Michael Roppolo, writer and researcher, writes about independence, the law and his experiences with access in America.
Published: Nov 1st, 2013
Beth Abbot, from Bee Communications, talks to Deaf Unity about joining with Ai-Live.
Published: Jun 28th, 2013
Lizzie Ward discusses access and access resources available for entertainment, such as theatre, cinema and festivals.
Published: Jun 21st, 2013
Sean Nicholson, the CEO of Sign Solutions writes about his passion for raising deaf awareness and providing training for high quality communication support.
Published: Jun 10th, 2013
Fred Suter, a Modern Languages student, writes about his communication support at University.
Published: Jun 3rd, 2013
ITV’s Signed Stories talks to us about how Signed Stories started and their efforts to encourage literacy amongst deaf children.
Published: May 24th, 2013
Croydon College Deaf Student Support Team tells Deaf Unity about Croydon College and the support they offer deaf and hearing impaired students.