Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Deaf American football team | BSL typefont | Apprenticeship at Barclays Bank

Posted on December 12, 2012



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Barclays Bank launches exclusive apprenticeship for Deaf people

There is a fantastic opportunity now available for Deaf people looking to start an exciting career in financial services.

Graphic designer fuses written and sign language alphabets

A Deaf graphic designer has created a unique typefont that combines the written alphabet with the British Sign Language alphabet.

Deafness gives American football team an advantage

A Deaf American football team have become a sensation after a remarkable run of results, beating hearing teams to win their league title.

Test to find source of deafness

Scientists at the University of Antwerp have pioneered a test which could give roughly half of deaf people the chance to find out exactly what gene made them deaf.

Video launched to raise awareness of scams targeted at deaf people

A new video is aiming to raise awareness of the dangers of scams targeted at deaf people. The video, called ‘Watch Out!’ was made by East Lancashire Deaf Society in partnership with police in Lancashire, after several cases where deaf people had become victims of scams.

Ear operations are being rationed by NHS hospitals

The Labour party has claimed that children who have glue ear are being denied surgery to relieve the condition because of cuts to the NHS, which means hospitals have rationed the surgery.

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