Archive for ‘Real life stories’ Category
Published: Jul 23rd, 2020
This month, profoundly deaf sportsman and budding autobiographist Brian Kokoruwe shares his GB sporting triumphs and his best deaf tips.
Published: Jun 18th, 2020
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.
Published: Jun 12th, 2020
Here’s 8 famous deaf people who’ve changed the world to inspire our deaf community to achieve anything you put your mind to.
Published: May 28th, 2020
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.
Published: Mar 27th, 2020
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 […]
‘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: Nov 26th, 2019
Interview with Victoria Nelson: Managing Director and owner of Deaf4Deaf. Deaf4Deaf is a Deaf-led and Deaf-owned Confidential and Professional service (launched in June 2016) run by a team of 12 highly Qualified and BACP Registered […]
Published: Oct 17th, 2019
We recently read a fascinating and insightful interview conducted by @trayce_stoenescu during Deaf Awareness Month 2019 for her IG page with @adventuresindeafed. The inspirational Deaf role model behind @adventuresindeafed is Sara Miller, a Deaf teacher […]
Published: Jun 3rd, 2019
Louise Goldsmith is a 24 year old award winning Deaf Advocate. She has a Bilateral Sensorineural hearing loss of a severe- profound nature. She won a regional ‘Action On Hearing Loss’ volunteer award in 2015 for her […]
Published: May 29th, 2019
My name is Dr. Julie McElroy. I have mild Cerebral Palsy along with profound deafness, so I choose to wear hearing aids. Despite, or you may say ‘in light of’ my disabilities, I have risen […]