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Charlie Swinbourne: 10 tips for including deaf people at Christmas!

December 19, 2013


Christmas is a special time of year, but for deaf people, it can also be a tricky time, because we […]

Jen Dodds: Why do people assume there’s something wrong with being deaf?

October 28, 2013


The other day, my toddler and I took our car to have some work done to it at a garage […]

PJ Gribbin: Why hearing people should be forgiven their ‘Wonky Moments’

January 14, 2013


I usually get up and make my first pot of tea of the day at around 05:45. At this time […]

Read their lips: Seb Coe accepts Lifetime Achievement award at BBC Sports Personality of the Year, calls someone a “bastard”

December 17, 2012


It’s been a great year for Seb Coe, with London 2012 a massive success, being tipped to become the next […]

William Mager: Billy 2.0 – One week after the operation

November 23, 2012

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A week after my operation I went back to the hospital. They took the dressings off, did an X-ray and […]

William Mager: Billy 2.0 – Failing Ugly

November 13, 2012


So, I’ve had the operation, and I feel pretty good, considering. I’m trying to stick to my policy of full […]

PJ Gribbin: Lip-Reading. A Subtle and Delicate Skill

November 6, 2012


It’s now getting on for thirty years since I was head-butted by a border collie; she had a hard forehead […]

William Mager: Starting a journey of known unknowns

October 8, 2012


Donald Rumsfeld once said: There are known knowns; there are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns; […]

Cathy Heffernan: Report from DCAL’s Deaf Children’s Development Conference

October 3, 2012


On the face of it, lipreading someone and reading a book are two wholly separate skills. But research suggests Deaf […]

Haley Sadler: Beating the bullies

March 23, 2012


“Oh you’re deaf?! Can. You. Hear. Me. Now?” These are the words of a guy I recently met in a […]