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.
The Midlands’ Deaf Roots & Pride team took a trip to the fantastic Drayton Manor theme park in Staffordshire for a day of twists and turns on the park’s many rides and attractions.
A GCSE in British Sign Language (BSL) could be introduced in the UK before the next general election after the Government’s Department for Education (DfE) reversed a decision to delay any new qualifications.
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.
IT’S OUR 128TH BIRTHDAY! Today we celebrate the BDA’s 128th birthday from when we were formed in Leeds (originally as the BDDA – The British Deaf and Dumb Association) on 24th July 1890
The Victoria Derbyshire programme and the BDA highlight crisis of communication for Deaf people in hospitals. Deaf people are routinely being let down in hospitals through lack of language access, a Victoria Derbyshire exposé has today revealed.