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New grant will help deaf people fight fuel poverty Hundreds of deaf people in Essex, London, and Kent using British Sign Language (BSL) will get advice and support to help fight *fuel poverty thanks to a £20,000 grant from Power Partners. The Royal...
1 in 2 Deaf Londoners do not have access to advice in British Sign Language New research carried out by the Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) – before the coronavirus crisis – suggests that just over half of Deaf people in London do not have access to advice...
The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD), together with over 200 organisations across the UK, has signed an open letter to the Prime Minister calling for an ‘opportunity guarantee’ to ensure that everyone who is unemployed will have the help they need...
Lisa’s start in life was perhaps familiar to many Deaf people. She was born Deaf, but grew up in a hearing environment where no-one signed, and was one of only two Deaf people at secondary school. Read more about Lisa’s Story.
“From the training to the initial home visits, to the regular reviews and feedback to the school and any additional support needed, RAD has delivered a service that is very valuable and worthwhile, having a positive impact on pupil outcomes through supporting families to learn their child’s first language in the home”
“I approached RAD because we wanted to become more accessible for our deaf visitors. RAD spent time with our organisation and recommended what they thought would enhance our visitors experience.
The Deaf Awareness Training course was a huge hit with our front of house team, Russell is an excellent trainer and engaged with the entire group. The day was fun, informative and inspiring. The interpreters they provide are reliable, professional and always helpful.”