Read the latest news from RNID and stories from deaf people and those with hearing loss or tinnitus.
Deaf people around the UK are celebrating a fantastic win and a vital step towards the legal recognition of British Sign Language (BSL), after the BSL Bill passed its second reading unanimously in the House of Commons today.
Vickie works for Carers Trust Solihull, which supports unpaid adult and child carers to maintain their own wellbeing. She has severe hearing loss, and shares her story on how a workplace assessment by RNID ‘significantly changed her life.’
RNID, our volunteers and supporters are absolutely thrilled that Rose Ayling-Ellis has won Strictly Come Dancing.
We asked deaf people and those with hearing loss and tinnitus what friends and family can do to make communication easier at Christmas.
Read about 10 of the loudest sounds and what you can do to protect your hearing if you come into contact with loud noise.
Following the UK Government’s announcement that face coverings will once again be compulsory in shops, public services, and on public transport in England from Tuesday 30 November, RNID is calling on the Government and businesses to address the needs of deaf people and people with hearing loss.
RNID staff and our supporters have loved watching Rose Ayling-Ellis every week on Strictly Come Dancing. We’re rooting for her to go all the way and win the Strictly glitterball.
Vicky Colbert works for the Information Line here at RNID. After starting at the charity as a six week temp, she has now worked here for the last 7 years. In this blog post, Vicky tells us how all about the information line and how important it can be to those calling in.
Andy Winter talks to us about his dad's hearing loss, how it has affected their family and what they are doing at Christmas to make sure everyone is involved.
On day 28 of Channel 4’s subtitling crisis, we’re pleased that Channel 4 have announced that their subtitling issues have been partly resolved. This should mean that most shows will now be available with subtitles on normal TV.