If you have dementia, living at home can help you feel safe and stay independent. Here are the Alzheimer’s Society’s top 10 tips for making your home dementia friendly
This Christmas, Huawei and the British Deaf Association have come together to give every deaf child a letter from Santa.
BDA (NI) have some good news we would like to share with members of the Deaf community. Deaf people will be able to go to their local Advice NI or CAB office and request Interpretation services for support with Welfare Reform related issues, such as PIP and Universal Credit
“I am more confident saying that I am deaf… before I joined DRP, I hadn’t met a deaf person in my life. I thought I was the only one in the world.”
Mental health is just like physical health. Everyone has it and needs to take care of it.
We all know that to stay healthy we should eat well, exercise, and get a good night’s sleep, but do you know how to look after your mental health?
The World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) was established in Rome, Italy, in 1951, and is an international non-profit and non- governmental organisation representing approximately 70 million deaf people’s human rights worldwide.