The British Deaf Association (NI) in partnership with the Ulster Society at Jordanstown School are hosting an ‘Evening of Remembrance and Celebration’ on Friday 28th September from 6pm – 9pm and your presence would be most welcome and greatly appreciated.
Are you a Sign Language user caring for someone with Dementia? BDA Northern Ireland want to speak to people who care for a Deaf person with Dementia, or are a Deaf carer for a person with Dementia
BDA Scotland’s Dementia team recently visited members of the community to chat about their experiences of being a full-time carer for someone with Dementia.
The British Deaf Association (BDA) would like to respond to comments made on Limping Chicken about British Sign Language (BSL) and Sign Supported English (SSE) and to highlight that it is important that people are clear on definitions.
Due to the continued success of the Project, we are looking for new Mentors to join the DRP teams in Wales, Devon, and the Midlands. If you think you can be a positive Deaf role model for young people and want to empower them to become the best versions of themselves, head on over to our Current Opportunities page.