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Sam Burgess May 7
It's . Would you know how to respond if someone told you they were deaf? (just a hint - it's not "oh I am sorry to hear that", but "how would you like to communicate?")
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Deaf Aware UK May 7
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amanda brown scotland May 11
I rarely show Ma lugs. It’s the end of deaf awareness week and having two hearing aids means I can sing better, the dugs a fan o’ a wee sing song tae lol
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Signature May 9
In the UK there are around 11 million people who have some degree of hearing loss. That's around 1 in 6. Take a look at these 8 basic tips that can make a difference when communicating with someone who is deaf or hard of hearing.
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Rob Tipping May 7
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CANYY May 7
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#HellomynameisWayne May 8
Hello 😊 My name is Wayne. I’d like to say, ‘Happy Deaf Awareness Week!’
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HaroldPinterTheatre May 9
We are proud to continuously work with to provide captioned performances for our deaf, deafened and hard of hearing patrons. Catch the captioned performance on Monday 13th May
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Jordanstown School May 7
Our pupils and staff have created a video for Deaf Awareness Week. Please like and share. Well done to all involved.
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Prof Jemina Napier, PhD May 9
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Louise Deaf Awareness May 12
So it’s the last day of I hope you all had a wonderful week! Remember, just because week is over, doesn’t mean we stop raising awareness. Roll on next week which is ! Keep your eyes peeled for new blogs 😃❤️
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MyClearText May 9
As this animation shows - in a silly way, with caption fails - caption accuracy matters. Only human speech-to-text reporters can type at speeds of up to 250 words per minute, at 99% accuracy. And good captions are good for everyone 😄
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Jonny May 7
It's , and I thought I would do a little thread that answers a lot of common questions I get as a CODA (child of deaf adult[s]), as well as explain cultural Deafness a bit more.
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French Embassy UK May 9
The French embassy is a proud supporter of and will soon be part of , an initiative that enables us to learn more about disability and which aims to tackle prejudices. Social inclusion is a priority of the French government.
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Lynsey Murray May 7
This week is and I wanted to share these great posters have created which are available on their website. They really help to explain what hearing loss is like for me
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Gillian Hendry May 9
Happy everyone! I can teach you the alphabet in
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Kuma Holdings May 10
It's ! Kuma Holdings believes deeply in accessibility features for anime. That's why our first release, The Konodan Collection Vol. 1, and all of our future releases, will have closed captions for those who need them!
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Andrew John Self May 10
Andrew is moderately to severely deaf but, as you know, it doesn't stop him achieving his dreams or define him!
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Signature May 6
Signature are proud to sponsor - It is a tremendous opportunity to celebrate the positive attitudes to deafness, seek social inclusion and raise awareness.
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Kelly Jones May 7
Attended an excellent event in Conwy today to showcase Deaf Awareness Week. Theme is Celebrating Role Models. Well done to all involved.
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