Want to be more deaf aware this Christmas? Try these British Sign Language (BSL) fingerspelling challenges and signed phrases!
If you're spending Christmas with family or friends who are deaf or have hearing loss, it’s important to consider how to make the seasonal celebrations enjoyable for them.
Sandra shares how she tackles the challenges of hearing loss in the workplace and in everyday life.
For some families, starting a conversation about hearing loss with a loved one might need thinking about. Family psychotherapist Dr Annette Wilson shares their advice on how to navigate this discussion.
Matilda and John, standing in the garden and smiling Matilda and her father, John, share how their family approached conversations around John's hearing loss, and the great outcomes it led to. If you're unsure how to start this conversation, explore our support page on how to talk about hearing loss with a loved one. Showing the signs Matilda's story For years, my dad, John struggled with hearing issues but was in denial, which at times was more frustrating for us than for...
Have you been watching the Great British Bake Off? Did you see Tasha gifting Paul Hollywood his sign name in episode 1? Maybe you saw it but you’re wondering what a ‘sign name’ even is, and why it’s important?
We were excited when we knew the Great British Bake Off was coming back to our screens, but the excitement grew when rumours began swirling that one of the contestants is deaf.
Rachel shares her story with us for Pride Month. She has moderate hearing loss, uses hearing aids, and identifies as queer.
We loved being part of Loose Women’s special Deaf Awareness Week episode. Our Development Officer Shona Whieldon shares what it was like to be part of the audience.
New research from RNID has found that a staggering 59% of people would not feel confident communicating with someone who is deaf or has hearing loss.