The Weekend Selection: The big issue edition

Posted on September 28, 2013



Here are the top five new blogposts from the previous 7 days.

  1. Mark Levin: Let’s eradicate the term ‘hearing impaired’
  2. “Cancer has changed me as a person.” Meet Emma Boswell, who has set up a Cancer Support Group in London
  3. Charlie Swinbourne: Hearing impaired? Hard of hearing? It’s hard to find the right term to ‘deafine’ yourself. I should know
  4. Andy Palmer: The BBC should be embarrassed about the lack of subtitles on its News website
  5. Andy Palmer: How Miliband and Cameron could be pursuaded to do more for deaf people

And the top three not from the previous seven days

  1. Jen Dodds: Growing up in oral education
  2. Charlie Swinbourne: The 10 annoying habits of hearing people
  3. Meet: Bruno Kahne, who teaches hearing people to communicate like deaf people

Thanks to our readers, contributors and supporters and a warm welcome to the team to Nick Sturley.  Check us out next week when, rain or shine, we’ll be back with more top news and views from the deaf world.

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