The Association of Teachers of Lip Reading for Adults is a registered charity which promotes lip reading as an essential skill for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Here is a list of useful resources on various support groups, events and organisations designed to support deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Please feel free to recommend any that you think will be of value to the deaf community.
Sophie Kang of Sign Solutions will help students understand their rights to support and resources in higher education, as well as covering deaf awareness, action and resources needed at educational institutions to make learning more accessible for Deaf students.
Explore the first-ever free digital arts festival for kids. Brought to you by the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC), Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural […]
Inclusive Britain lists all the venues, attractions and services nationwide that are accessible to people with disabilities - including hearing loss. Find out more...
ELREM - Entrepreneurship and business ownership masterclass (Deaf Futures)
Advice for academic staff about categories of deafness, teaching and communication tips, and technical and human supports that can be used by deaf students to support their learning.
Sample letters to help you ask AtW to reconsider, to complain to AtW, DWP and ICE, and to inform your MP.
A resource created by Oxford University's disability service about technical communication aids for deaf students
A fully accessible (BSL, audio and captioning) CV Masterclass in partnership with Bright Network, career and job application experts.
City Lit College based in London's Covent Garden has a specialist Centre for Deaf Education and offers a range of courses and learning support to the deaf and hard of hearing.
Deaf Futures: Diversity and Inclusion in Employment, by Marije Davidson - accompanying PDF with additional resources.
A handy starter kit for deaf students new to university created by Oxford University
A template that can be used by deaf students new to university
Heather Judd, Careers Coordinator at West Kent College shares advice for students navigating UCAS after they've submitted their applications.
PDF presentation slides, Heather Judd
cSeeker is a brand new website linking deaf and HoH individuals with language communication support professionals. Whatever your needs, you can rely on cSeeker for fast and reliable support services.
Need mental health advice or support? Here's a list of accessible mental health services for people in the deaf community.
Are you a deaf person who identifies within the LGBTQIA+ community? Here's a helpful list of accessible information, support and advice.
Want to learn sign language or brush up on your BSL? Here at Deaf Unity, we’ve been delivering outstanding sign language courses for several years, building a strong foundation in quality teaching and high pass rates. Our students enjoy learning from our highly experienced deaf tutors and mixing with other people who […]
Signworld offers BSL learning and teaching resources for all levels of BSL. Can support both Signature and iBSL routes to qualification.
Want to join a deaf club? Here’s a list of deaf clubs in the UK and how to contact them. The NDCS have compiled this list of Children’s Deaf Clubs for children and young people. […]
Take the trip of a lifetime to support deaf communities overseas.