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Monday, 23 April 2012

10 Deaf-related pages to 'like' on facebook

This week we bring you some recommendations for Deaf-related pages to 'like' on facebook

Hearing Dogs Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a world-leader in training dogs to alert deaf recipients to important household sounds and danger signals providing life-changing levels of independence, confidence and companionship.

UK Deaf Sport UK Deaf Sport (UKDS) aims to encourage Deaf people to participate, to enjoy and to excel at sport. We provide information on Deaf sporting events throughout the UK.

MyFriendCentral myFriend is the implementation of a group of European telecommunications standards designed to make sure that all people can communicate at a distance.

Action on Hearing Loss We're Action on Hearing Loss (the new name for RNID), the largest charity in the UK working with hearing loss and hearing health.

NDCS Welcome to the official page for the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS), the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.

City Lit - the centre for adult learning If you are looking for a huge choice of part-time and evening courses; a modern environment in which to learn, located in central London; the opportunity to have fun and meet like-minded people, we look forward to seeing you at City Lit!

DeafNation Language, Culture and Pride! We are a trusted one-stop center for deaf and hard of hearing.

Sign Language Worldwide Help us fight to get learning Sign Language to be part of the modules, in the Police, the Medical and the Judicial course or training! Get our children of the next generation to learn sign language in the schools!

British Deaf News British Deaf News aims to bring the latest news, information and articles of interest to Deaf BSL users.
The BDA wants to see a society where Sign Language users have the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and quality of life as everyone else.

BBC See Hear See Hear is a weekly magazine show for the deaf and hard of hearing community in the UK, presented in BSL with voice-over and subtitles in English throughout the programme. The show covers a broad range of topics including education, deaf people’s rights, technology, language and entertainment.

And of course terptree terptree is the place to go for services for Deaf people! Providing interpreting services, consultancy services and NEW AND EXCITING training services for BSL Students!

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