Deaf news in BSL from Remark: First bone conduction implant in UK | Deaf tennis player in Australian Open | Deaf prisoners

Posted on January 29, 2013



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American series to air episode entirely in ASL
The first time a major network has shown a programme entirely in Sign Language

Prisons failing Deaf prisoners
A study has found that Deaf prisoners are missing out on important services because the Prison Service doesn’t provide for their needs.

Research shows 28 percent of deaf people left unclear about GP diagnosis
Some deaf people do not understand fully their doctor’s diagnosis

Manchester man becomes first in UK to have bone conduction implant
A 28 year old man had surgery at Manchester Royal Infirmary, becoming the first person in the UK have have an active bone conduction implant.

Deaf tennis player competes in Junior Australian Open
A Deaf South Korean teenager has taken part in the Junior Australian Open

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