Archive for ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category
Published: Aug 5th, 2020
What does a child need to thrive? All children need love, support, encouragement, role models and opportunity as their foundation. These positive inputs contribute to a child thriving at school, socially and in general life. […]
Published: Jul 20th, 2020
Travel Tips for the Deaf Community During COVID-19 It’s summertime and normally we’d be looking forward to a much-deserved holiday break, only this year it will be very different. It goes without saying that the […]
Published: Jul 15th, 2020
We’ve put together a guide to help parents of deaf children navigate the summer holidays, from activities and learning you can do at home, to getting outside. Plus, mental health tips from Deaf4Deaf’s Victoria Nelson.
Published: Jul 9th, 2020
During the pandemic, Zoom video calling has become an integral part of our social, professional and educational lives. Virtual activities like workout classes, seminars and meetings have become increasingly popular, but they can prove difficult […]
Published: Jul 6th, 2020
Want to diversify your feed? Here’s 7 inspiring social media accounts about deafness to follow, from both the UK and the US.
Published: Jun 25th, 2020
These 7 teaching strategies will help empower your deaf students to do their best in school and set them up for success at college, university and in the workplace.
Published: May 8th, 2020
Please scroll down for the BSL translation of this article. The COVID-19 global pandemic and the recent lockdown has forced most of us to change the way we live and creatively adapt to the crisis. […]
Published: Dec 20th, 2019
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, […]
Published: Aug 30th, 2019
Most people are already aware of how important it is to protect your hearing. The issue sometimes is understanding how much noise is too much noise. If you aren’t sure when your hearing might be […]
Published: Aug 15th, 2019
On Facebook and Twitter, you often see people announcing with glee that they have passed their BSL exam and are wondering what to do with their newly minted qualification. Whilst the eagerness of people to […]